Boudoir Wedding Photography
In essence, shooting boudoir wedding photography is the same as a regular boudoir shoot but there are some things that can be done to make the shoot more successful.
The first thing to keep in mind when shooting a bride-to-be is that the boudoir shoot may not have been her idea. Boudoir photo shoots are often given as a wedding shower gift and are typically totally separate from a regular wedding photography contract. When this happens, your model may have a hard time getting comfortable and that needs to be taken into consideration while shooting. On rare occasions these types of shoots are also sometimes not only intended for soon-to-be married couple but might be shown off to others. If this is the case then the shots may need to be a more conservative than normal.
Apart from the social aspect of the boudoir wedding photography shoot, there are some things that be done to really make the shoot more cohesive with everything else surrounding the wedding. Some of the props, colors and wardrobes should be things that can be associated to the wedding. As an example, if the wedding dress has red in it then maybe have the model wear a matching red outfit for the photo shoot, or be wrapped in a matching red sheet.
The last tip, and perhaps the most important tip in regard to shooting boudoir for weddings, is to ensure that the shoot is planned with the model in advance. Often these shoots are happening very close to the wedding date. Make sure the location is chosen and all the props and outfits are available.
You should be able to create tastefully sensual photos for your clients by using all these tips for boudoir wedding photography.