I first met Miss S over four years ago when she and I competed in the Miss Georgia Forestry Pageant. We became fast friends and have kept in touch ever since via Facebook.
Miss S got engaged and then had to do the hardest thing I could ever imagine: say goodbye to her fiance who was being deployed to Afghanistan for a year.
A year apart seems like forever, especially when you’re worried about the safety of your loved one. But soon, that year turned into months which turned into days and her beloved soldier would be coming home. She wanted to surprise him with a unique homecoming gift: a boudoir album!
That’s where I come in! Miss S contacted me soon after I opened up shop. She was one of the first people to put trust in my photography and booked me months in advance! When our session rolled around, I met her at the Georgian Terrace in Atlanta where we had two bridal suites all to ourselves!
Because some of her images are a little risque, you’ll have to click the link below to see the rest!
I am absolutely in love with Miss S’s bridal veil. My husband begged me to wear a veil for our wedding but I decided on a simple hair flower. I really regret that and seeing her gorgeous chapel-length veil just made me jealous.
Another thing that made me jealous? Miss S’s natural beauty. Seriously, this is model-material here!
Okay, I’m going to have to quit naming off things that make me jealous about this session. It would be easier to say what didn’t make me jealous (nothing). These shoes? I die!
Miss S’s fiance is a big Tennessee Volunteer fan. Miss S herself is an Ole Miss student. Me? I’m a Georgia Bulldog through and through. So this set was rough on both of us! But hey, at least we’re repping the SEC, right?
Towards the end of our session, we decided to go “Mad Men” pin-up style.
Thanks so much for the best first boudoir session a photographer could ask for Miss S! And even more importantly, thank you for allowing me to share your images. It would have been absolute torture to keep these to myself! 😉