Bridal boudoir is one of my favorite things to photograph.
Okay, okay – I love everything I shoot, so I can’t really pick a favorite – but that is totally not the point of this post. Back to the post…
This beautiful client was looking for the perfect groom’s gift – and she stumbled upon my site and instantly knew what she wanted to do. The running joke in my house is that I had no idea that bridal boudoir even existed when I got married – but Mr. Wilson still tells me all the time what a cool surprise that would have been (coming from a guy that is really tough to surprise).
On to the hotness! Oh, and can I please have your hair? I promise I’ll use it for nothing but good.
A little veil action never hurt anyone. Ever. Especially when it’s backlit. Yes, please.
I’m quite sure that if you told me to to make a blingy bridal boudoir bouquet I would burn down the Pinterest headquarters, just out of principle (disclaimer – not really – I’m not that kind of girl). But truly, it would not look this fantastic. She etsyed and ebayed and thrifted her way to this bad boy and then put it all together with a whole lotta wires and hot glue. I am totally not this crafty.
Most brides work really hard to feel incredibly put together and beautiful before their wedding. I know I did. Everything was finally coming together nicely – hair, nails, no carbs. Not really. I love carbs. Ha! This is such a sweet (and ballsy) way to freeze that moment in time. Congrats to my beautiful client and her very lucky groom!