I'll never argue against the idea of a bridal boudoir session as a intimate gift for your significant other. While on the surface it may seem that a boudoir session as a gift is purely about the receiver, the true reality is how much the center of the bridal boudoir session actually gets out of it themselves. Once we are able to shed the wall that most walk into a boudoir session with, something magical takes over. We find a feminine center, an empowered being, that we never knew we had. Amanda teamed up with Texas wedding photographer Ashley Noelle Edwards Photographs to create a bridal boudoir with a focus on being sensual & beautiful, never tipping the hand toward provocative. The result is a session that allows Amanda's inner & outer beauty, confidence and femininity to blend into a dreamy gift for her future husband. Props play an intricate part, from the lovely draped dressing gown from Gossamer to single blooms and bottles of perfume. There is a sweet innocence to the overall ascetic, something that is quite possible 10 times more sexy & drawing then anything outwardly sexual.