Today's boudoir session from boudoir photographer Soul Child Photography is tailor made for every last one of you who have secretly pined away at the thought of doing a boudoir session but didnt have the confidence to go there. One simple piece of lingerie, no shorter then your average beach cover up & no more plunging then any other neckline we wear on a day to day basis. Add in one sheer lace cami to complete the allure of it all. The beauty to this ones is that it evokes everything a boudoir session is meant to, a sensual feel, a soft touch & the power of the female wrapped up in gorgeous sexiness, all without being too revealing and most certainly not risque. What this sweetly enchanting often under utilized black & white format of a boudoir session does is quite simple, it schools us on just how naturally sexy we are to the core.
The real beauty to intimate weddings, more so then their large production friends, is the ability to really truly play out the day as you see fit. Case in point is this lovely Seattle rooftop wedding from the creative minds of Washington wedding photographer Vanasse Studios Ginger Bee Events & Planning. Set atop of Hotel Ballard's Olympic Rooftop Pavilion, details were set with a sunset harvest sky in mind, working with a palette of orange, coral, burgundy & greens. An ornate ceremony backdrop was crafted with the venues sleek metal and wood environment as a design cue, utilizing exotic blooms set in systematical structure. The main table was set to overlook the Seattle sky with details influenced by daily home decor from lamp shades to wind chimes. While on a typical wedding day, spending quality quiet time with a love starting off the day is usually near impossible, our couple was able to steal away some time of their own up on the rooftop prior to their wedding getting underway. This intimate rooftop wedding is a little love note to all the special moments that couples make for one another, especially on the biggest of days!
If you guys ever wondered why it was that I opt to work with New York wedding photographer Melissa Kruse Photography as often as I can for all of our beauty features, today's utterly stunning wedding will serve as photographic gospel to her voice. Its one thing to turn up, simply observe the elements around you, and photographically register them. Its an otherworldly person who takes these very same elements around them and turns them into art. Whether its seeing light in a way that no one else is, capturing a moment from an angle no one else considered, or something as delicate as displaying details in a way that romances every marital notion that we have. Melissa's delicate eye is what captivates not just myself but her sweetly romantic couples as well. Such is the case of the dreamy Brooklyn Dumbo wedding of Alana Sitterly & Christopher Ray, one that serves as a dream wedding wish list! Wanting to host their wedding in the city that started it all for them, the couple found the most grand & wonderfully iconic space at the Smack Mellon Gallery...
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