When Louisiana’s DK Hebert Photography scheduled a boudoir session for Kendra Savoy, they planned for a casual, relaxed session with the beautiful brunette. When her husband, Trevor, joined her for a few photos, the atmosphere changed, and the results are stunning. The photos captured the couple’s personality moving from romantic to fun and playful to steamy – all within a few frames. With results like these, how could we not recommend adding bridal boudoir for two to your wedding “To Do” list?
Bridal boudoir is back – not that it ever really went away – but more and more brides are opting for boudoir sessions than ever before. The appeal of boudoir photography is obvious. Today’s boudoir photographers are skilled artists who make women feel beautiful, sensual, and empowered in their sessions. While brides have traditionally scheduled these sessions as surprise gifts for their husbands, we are seeing more couples participating in a boudoir session together, some adding, or even substituting, boudoir in their engagement sessions.