Boudoir shoots glorify and celebrate the natural beauty of a woman like no other. So, it’s exciting that wedding creatives choose to style and shoot them more often these days, showing through gentleness of women’s features the depth of their souls. Editorials like that are much bigger and complex than vulgar erotic sessions you might think of, because they always have a clear inspirational idea behind them and a desire not to sell lingerie rather than express true admiration of femininity and grace. Today’s shoot from Tamara Gruner Photography was inspired by The Wanderess book by Roman Payne. He writes about a women as a wanderess that doesn’t care for rules and isn’t afraid to break borders. So, Tamara with a creative team of vendors wanted to show this freedom to be wild and true, sometimes mutable and unpredictable in this bridal boudoir editorial through color palette, where blacks, charcoals, plums are together with light peach, cream and lavender. I think they did such an amazing job and brought to perfection every single detail from lovely florals picked by Siloh Floral to stunning lingerie by Veronica Sheaffer Intimates and accessories. They’ve kept the look of a bride really natural and romantic by creating a gentle waves in her hair and opting for nude colors for her makeup. All in all, the story they’ve wanted to tell is clear and understandable and the way they unfold it through photos is amazing. I enjoy every single picture from this shoot and really hope you’ll love it as much as I do. Take a closer look to all of the stunning details and decide to make a bridal boudoir shoot for yourself.