Congratulations he finally asked the big question!!
Now you are thinking of taking the plunge and booking a boudoir photo session, and it's never too early to start planning for it! Boudoir photos make an excellent surprise gift to give your groom on your wedding day, but it could take longer then you think to receive the final images. Ideally, you should start planning your boudoir session at the same time you begin the wedding planning.
Start by making a private Pinterest mood board and fill it with images that inspire you. You can start this now by just heading over to my Pinterest page. After you have found a style, you love the look of you can start looking for photographers that shoot a similar style. You place a lot of trust in your photographer so take your time when deciding. Check their portfolio and send them an email and ask tons of questions big and small. Communication is critical when looking for your boudoir photographer; any mixed signals can ruin your photos and lead to disappointment. Before any of my clients decide to book, I take the time to chat with them in-person.
Get inspired! Start a Pinterest mood board.
Work out your budget
Pick your photographer
Don't forget about props and accessories.
2-3 months before your wedding (1 week before your boudoir shoot)
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