For me personally, there is something I find so sensual & beautiful about boudoir images shot through a veil. Something about the altered filter like state that is touch extra yummy. When Florida wedding photographer Michelle Mock Photography was thinking of the perfect locale for her boudoir shoot, the Porcher House in Cocoa Florida revealed itself as perfection. Built in 1914, this historic features oak wood flooring, beautiful old windows, and cedar wainscoting. With such grans surroundings there was no need for an over done, over dressed up boudoir session, as such this veiled beauty was born. Working with a lingerie gown the emphasis is placed on a more thoughtful version of boudoir, evoking feminine sexy in a relaxed way. To give a bit of dimension to the session, a pale pink bouquet of late spring blooms was put together and Sunday morning breakfast like details in the form of croissants & tea. With a slight yesteryear like feel, this boudoir session and its easy breezy way is captivating approachable & wonderfully sexy all the same.