We love the idea of a bridal boudoir session as a little surprise for your future husband! It’s something totally unexpected, and you’ll cherish these photos for years to come. Years in the future, you can be look back and see what you looked like right before you walked down the aisle. So, take the opportunity with your photographer to capture your beauty in the days leading up to your wedding, and perhaps give your soon-to-be-groom a little preview as a gift on your honeymoon. Or you could schedule your boudoir session a few months before the wedding, so you could have prints ready to give him on your first night as a married couple.

We simply adore this artistic boudoir session from Erich Mcvey, and we can’t get enough of this lovely lace ensemble from Emily Riggs.

Would you ever consider doing a bridal boudoir session especially for your future husband?

Photography: Erich Mcvey | Gown: Emily Riggs | Paper Goods and Calligraphy: Brown Linen Design

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Diana | Reply

I think boudoir photo sessions done like this are just beautifully stunning, and something so special to have and give to your future husband.

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