Wonderland Boudoir is a Boudoir Photography studio in Dallas, Texas and we believe bridal boudoir is an excellent wedding gift for your future spouse. Today we are going to show you a number of excellent outfits that would be great for your bridal boudoir session. Later this month you will be able to see more photos of each woman’s session!
Most of these pieces can be found at Apricot Lane of Dallas. The wedding dress can be found on SimplyBridal.com. The lingerie on Ciarra can be found at Victoria’s Secrets. All these pieces are great for a summer bridal session. They are light, airy, and sexy.
If you guys watched Wednesdays’s boudoir bridal video then you will remember Ciarra. Ciarra did an amazing job in the videos. For Ciarra we went for light, airy, and fun.
Wedding Dress: The Wedding Dress was provided by Simply Bridal. It’s the Lianne gown. This is a beautiful summer gown. The halter allows the bride to be comfortable and not over heat in an outside summer wedding. The material of the dress is chiffon. The silver band around the waist is beautiful as it glistens against the sunlight bringing all the attention back to the bride. The train is full and dramatic. This Grecian inspired gown will having you feeling like a Greek Goddess as you walk down the aisle.
Shoes: The Simply Bridal wedding dress is so dramatic we decided to have Ciarra rock nude strappy heels and a bit of bling on the toes and ankles.
Accessories: Since the dress is a halter we kept it very simple with the jewelry pieces. We decided to go with dramatic chandelier earrings that were more on the nude and pastel side. On her fingers Ciarra rocked her engagement ring.
Makeup & Hair: It’s so rare that I get to work with women who have short pixie cuts. I have to say that Ciarra’s haircut really worked with the dress and outfit. Jill, the makeup artist, added a long bang to the front that shaped her head. The lips are a pouty nude pink color and the eyes are a pastel smoky eye that really brings out her blue eyes.
Wedding Boudoir Look
Lingerie & Kimono: The lingerie for this shot was from Victoria’s Secret . The pastel blue works for Ciarra’s fair skin and adds that element of “something blue.” With the soft light coming into the studio it really adds a taste of timeless beauty.
The kimono was from Apricot Love of Dallas. A kimono is a perfect way of looking sexy while still covering up. The nude kimono and beautiful botanical flowers really highlights Ciarra’s skin, accessories, and make up.
The color palate here was pastel pink, pastel blue, and gold. This is beautiful combination for a summer boudoir session.
We went at little more Boho with Jenna. Summer is a great time to be free and comfortable. Alexis styled Jenna in a long white lace maxi dress and a black kimono with cream detailing.
Dress & Kimono: Both the dress and kimono are compliments of Apricot Lane Dallas. The dress is beautiful and has a long split that allows Jenna’s right knee to peek through. The kimono is roomy and sits comfortably off her shoulders.
Accessories: Alexis decided to stack the accessories and did an excellent job doing so. She arranged the necklaces by chain length. This not only helps highlight each piece but allows them not to tangle. The long necklace has a bit of dramatic flair and amps up the boho realness of the outfit. The crystal pendent adds a pinch of Gypsy.
Let’s talk about those bangles though! I am one who LOVES rock jewelry. I love the way that Alexis stacked the bangles on Jenna’s arm. Again, a fun way to add texture to such a low key outfit.
We can’t see them in this photo, but Jenna rocked a pair of starburst stud earrings.
Hair & Makeup: Jill decided to be a little more playful with this outfit. Adding the dark mascara really made Jenna’s sky blue eyes pop (and yes, those are her REAL lashes, I know JEALOUS). Jill gave Jenna gold lipstick and, like Ciarra, kept her makeup simple on the face.
All the accessories and makeup stayed the same. The only thing that changed was the way Alexis styled Jenna in a nude lingerie set. There isn’t any padding and since the nude matches her skin it makes the look even more sexy because it adds an idea of implied nudity without actually getting naked or posing without clothes.
For Karla we went for a Moroccan inspired look. Her beautiful complexion allows us to be really playful with color and style.
Outfit: For the top we used a swimsuit top. YES! Swimsuits make excellent pieces for boudoir. Swimsuits are often overlooked because people associate them with water and not the bedroom. That’s a mistake because there are plenty of cute swimsuits that would be great for a boudoir sessions.
Believe it or not the bottoms are a series of scarves knotted together to create the illusion of a skirt! I know! That why Alexis was onset because she’s able to see outside the box. It’s important to be as creative as possible with your fashion because styling will really make your photos pop for boudoir.
Accessories: We threw everything on her including the kitchen sink (Okay, what does that really mean anyway?). Karla has such beautiful broad shoulders so she’s able to handle a lot of layering. Her body was a blank canvas. Sometimes too much color and texture is a good thing.
Her tattoo just added to the fun of the outfit. A lot of girls believe that they need to cover up their tattoos for a boudoir session. I’m here to tell you that’s simply not true. Do not cover up your tattoo if you love it. A tattoo is part of who you are so it’s important to let it be an important element in your session.
We also added the huge rock bracelets that you saw in Jenna’s set in Karla’s.
Hair & Makeup: Jill went with a hard press with Karla’s hair and styled at an asymmetrical angle. Her makeup was a mix of wine and burgundy. Jill made the center of the lips a deeper wine color which really made Karla’s eyes pop against the gold eyeliner. I thought that was just so damn cool. Makeup artist are so talented.
For Karla’s second look we just brought it back a bit without losing the element of color. Alexis chose a colorful and festive bib necklace paired with a sheer linen blouse. We traded out the series of skirts for one huge floral scarf.
Jolesa just KILLED this shoot! I have to say that this look was one of my favorites of the day. Jolesa embodies a powerful version of sexy. When she walks in the room there is an energy one simply cannot deny. This outfit really helped bring that out.
Lingerie & Kimono: Everything here was found at Apricot Lane Dallas. The white kimono really pops against Jolesa’s caramel complexion. The orange lacing of the kimono helps highlight her warm undertones without it being too much. While Jenna wore a nude lingerie set Jolesa is wearing white version. Her bottoms are a fun take on scallop shorts that were really popular last summer. The material is a comfortable that's perfect a boudoir set or for warm summer evenings watching the sunset.
Accessories: The layering game is real y’all! Alexis followed the same layer technique she did with all the previous outfits. She stacked the jewelry based on chain length. Silver really pops against darker skin so placing these beautiful pieces against Jolesa’s skin was a no brainer. Unlike the other looks Alexis chose to have her rock one single bracelet instead of a stack.
Makeup & Hair: Jolesa styled her own hair. She’s rocking a badass Mohawk with gold tips. This really works for her because she has a face that can carry a look like this. It’s very important to have strong facial features if you are considering going for a pixie cut or Mohawk.
Lips were a stain wine color with an eye look to match. The eyes were are a light wine and pink smokey eye.
For Jolesa’s second look we kept the same makeup because is transitioned perfectly. When picking out a makeup look it’s important to pick one that works with multiple looks or is an easy update without having to redo your entire face. Most of time the makeup artist will do your lighter look first and then move you on to a more intense face.
Lingerie & Kimono: I love the black and burgundy in this look because it sest a more moody tone for this session. While this is a very strong look the kimono balances a very light weight and feminine impact. Deciding against wearing shoes makes Jolesa more approachable in her photos.
Accessories: Alexis decided on an intense statement necklace for this outfit. This works as a very hard piece of armor that adds to the African Goddess vibe she’s showering us with.
Don’t worry! You guys will see more photos from each one of these women later this month.
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