What is Boudoir Photography?

Boudoir comes from the late C18th French word for a lady’s private sitting room or bedroom and evokes images of sumptuous settings with luxurious materials and elegant furniture where a lady can relax and have fun surrounded by all things girlie! Boudoir photography therefore is an opportunity for ladies of all sizes to be photographed in sexy and provocative poses in our fabulous loft style studio in Salisbury bringing out their inner minx! It’s a beautiful & empowering style of photography guaranteed to boost your confidence in how you see yourself.

Who should have a Boudoir Photo Session?

All woman deserve to feel and look amazing with a Boudoir Shoot. Far too often we have hang ups about our bodies and Boudoir photography is a great opportunity to get over these! Whether you have recently lost a lot of weight, are about to get married and want to surprise your husband to be with a beautiful wedding day gift, are about to start having children and want to celebrate your body or just because you are gorgeous and fabulous and because you deserve it then a Boudoir Photography Shoot is for you!

Bridal Boudoir

More and more brides are treating themselves to ¬†professional Boudoir Shoot to celebrate their forthcoming nuptials – you’re probably looking and feeling your very best as the big day approaches and yet you also need a little break from your wedding plans for a short time. A bridal boudoir shoot will give you the opportunity to have your hair and make up done by one of my professional artists and enjoy some time where the focus is completely on you! I’m sure your husband-to-be will thank you forever for the gorgeous, intimate gifts you can add to your boudoir photography package and leave for him to open on the morning of your wedding day! To find out more without giving all the secrets away click on the image below to visit my sister site www.boudoirbyhelenrushton.co.uk¬†or drop me an email to myboudoir@helenrushtonphotography.co.uk

Various Boudoir images by professional female photographer helen Rushton