What’s the process?


We offer several boudoir packages (all include professional hair and makeup) with investments starting at $150 for our Quickie to $585 for our Allure that includes custom gift items for sharing.  Sessions differ in length of time, whether or not styling is included and the number of outfits you choose to work with. All include retouching of files, private online galleries and complimentary web sized subtly branded file download.  An array of gorgeous gift products are available to choose from to include with your session (the Allure) or purchase a la carte.

Semi Annual Boudoir specials are offered January through March (our 2017 Winter special season has been popular this year.  We have limited weekend dates left in February or March) and August through September –  $100 off any session booked and completed during that time frame.

How will I know what to bring/wear?
We will coach you through the entire process, starting with visual inspiration boards based on your answers to a brief questionnaire that will help you organize your wardrobe.  Then we’ll send out tip sheets prior to your session so you can fully prepare for your day.

Do you serve alcoholic beverages?
We are not legally allowed to provide alcohol- though you can always bring your own (we have the glasses, bottle openers and a frig to keep it cold!) We do provide bottled water and sodas.

Who will be there during the session?
We will photograph you in our beautiful private natural light studio.  The only people with you the day of the shoot (except a friend for morale support if you choose to bring one) is your hair/makeup artist and your photographers, all women.

How long does it take before I can see any pictures from the session?
Generally, due to the nature of these sessions and the quality we’re looking for in the final product, we allow at least 2 weeks for your private gallery to be uploaded.  If you are interested in creating an art piece from the session as a gift, please be mindful of this timeline when booking your session.  Shorter turn around times for either the images or for product may result in rush charges.