Category Archives: Boudoir Photography

Playing Pretty

September 5th, 2012

There are so many things I love about these shoots.  People like to call it boudoir, but in the words of Sue Bryce “I don’t take pictures of bums”.  It’s not glamour photography (insert 80′s 90′s mall studios)…it’s just pretty.

Some people do them for their husbands and some people do them just because.  Regardless, everyone walks away feeling pampered and empowered.

I worked with Primrose & Co on make-up and styling for this shoot.  Thanks to Katie for letting me show-off a little bit of the fun we had.

You rocked it girl.

xo,

Brittany

I just love it…

August 29th, 2012

…when a session ends like this!

Don’t you?!

A little peek at this beautiful boudoir session tomorrow.

xo,

Brittany

Something Sweet…Something Sultry

January 21st, 2012

Valentine’s Day is around the corner…Let’s celebrate with something sweet and something sultry for your little one AND for your love!

Sweet Heart Minis (For your Little One)
$125
Enjoy these Valentine’s themed minis at Glen Echo Park.  The beautiful scenery, whimsical carousel and infamous red door provide the perfect backdrop for a mini to document your little one.
Each session includes 30 minutes of photography and a disc of 10-12 fully edited images.
Sweet Heart Minis are limited and will be on February 4th from 10am-1PM.

Super Sultry Minis (For your Love)
$175
Feeling a little sultry this Valentine’s Day?  Have fun with these boudoir style shoots designed to make you feel both beautiful and fabulous.
Each session is done in your home or at a location of your choosing and includes 60 minutes of photography and a mini album to give  to your love.
Super Sultry Minis will be scheduled between now and February 4th and are limited based on availability and travel.

Make sure to contact us to schedule using the heading “Sweet” or “Sultry”!

Snow White

January 19th, 2012

I think every woman should have an amazing photo of themselves. With a little boudoir, a little fashion and lots of class…This has to be one of my favorite shoots of all time.

Isn’t it like a fairy tale?