We rescheduled Alyssa’s boudoir session a few times due to Covid. We finally got a date in the summer and she messaged me a few days before in a panic because the lingerie she had ordered wasn’t the right size. She had this idea of just doing a session with a kitchen apron and doing a kitchen and housewife boudoir photography type theme, and I was all over it! I was able to order this amazing kitchen backdrop and it arrived in time for her session. We collaborated on the different props and I brought over half of my kitchen it seemed to fill it in to make it look like a real kitchen.
This was such a fun boudoir session, and so different from my normal classic boudoir look. I am still able to use my windows and chair for some classic, non themed looks. But the kitchen ones were so much fun and so unique! Playing with the flour was an interesting prop and I loved using it on her skin for different looks!
I loved that we ended the session with a tea party. Her corset outfit matched her tea set so perfectly and it was the perfect touch to her Housewife and kitchen boudoir photography session.
Things to keep in mind if you are interested in doing a housewife and kitchen boudoir photography session:
- Bring your favorite kitchen apron! I will say that the less busy the apron, the better we can focus on you! So neutral or one-color aprons work the best.
- Bring a corset! Nothing says fancy housewife like a corset and some high heels.
- I have a lot of the basic kitchen props, but if there is anything special you have in mind, make sure to bring it!
- Be prepared to get covered in flour! It is a fun prop to use and interact with!
- As always, I recommend getting professional hair and makeup done. Grace Young‘s hair and makeup work is below! I use her for a lot of my sessions!
Check out the photos below and let me know what you think!