A BHLDN filled Boudoir Session | North Carolina Fine Art Film Wedding Photographer | Emerald Isle, NC

July 12, 2017

This bride-to-be approached me saying she had never taken boudoir pictures before and wanted something almost ethereal, soft and bright that would be ‘classy and appropriate’ without being too provocative.

She wanted the images both for herself and to share with her fiancé as a surprise, the intimacy between a young couple in love is fascinating to observe and she clearly has a deep bond with her partner as she was both extremely nervous and excited for the shoot.

It’s important to me, especially for boudoir, to make a connection with my subject. If we’re not comfortable with each other then I’m never going to get the best images possible, this was not a problem with her, we spent some time talking about the shoot beforehand and sharing some personal stories which helped us to know one another better.

She was a delight, easy to work with and a joy to shoot, although I wanted to show off her natural form and beauty I also wanted to highlight how strong she is as a person. We all have a story to tell and we all have memories less favorable than others. This shoot is about celebrating the strength and resilience of women, how we can be photographed in bright open light, with a person we barely know, wearing only intimate clothing; yet remain composed, resonating confidence and showing our true self to the world whilst saying, ‘this is who I am, unapologetic, gorgeous and proud.’ We should all be so lucky.”

 

VENDOR CREDITS

Photography: Melissa Blythe Photography
Venue: The Watson House & Gardens
Lace, Robe, Bra: BHLDN
Bodysuit: Cosabella
Hair: Laura Ashley
Make up: Christina Lopez
Film Lab: PhotoVision

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