Prepare to send your heart aflutter with today’s luminous and delicate fine art bridal boudoir that includes a bevy of Old World inspired details, including wild flowers, artful calligraphy, and the most beautiful moments captured on film as a bride prepares for marriage and the exchanging of vows to her beloved. The photographer, Jennifer Munoz, is entirely eloquent as quoted below in how she describes these fleeting moments that will forever be cherished.
Words from the photographer –
“Our scene unfolds at Still Water Hollow, a sought after wedding venue for Idaho brides. Our bride and her bridesmaid are dressed in lingerie on the morning of the wedding day. As their morning progresses, we see them begin move through three stages of the bride’s preparation. The first stage is symbolic of innocence and renewal. They’re both dressed in white and surrounded by ivy. Their hair is down and loose. They then move into a more playful second stage where they enjoy their friendship and also their tarts and wine. Their hair is more playful as well and they are dressed in peachy toned silk. The final stage, and perhaps the most important, is when our bride fully comes into her own, just before the wedding. With an heir of regality, her hair is completely up, adorned with her crown. She takes time to write her vows quietly and alone. She wears her veil and aligns herself with her faith, her foundation, to prepare for intertwining her life with the one she loves. In cultures around the world and throughout history, brides (and grooms) have taken the time to prepare for their wedding day. In some cases there are even ceremonies and blessings given before hand. The art and reverence of preparing for giving your heart away is awe inspiring. In these quiet moments, we remember that marriage, at the core, is about two people finding their way together for the rest of their lives. Fine Art Boudoir is a passion of mine because of the focus of preparation- getting dressed and quietly capturing the feminine sensuality of a woman who’s well loved.”
Photographer: Jennifer Munoz | Floral Designer: Blooms Flower Studio | Makeup Artist: Blush by Jamie Rose | Heirlooms and extras: Ira & Lucy LLC | Event Designer: Ira and Lucy, LLC | Lingerie: Laudine Lingerie | Veils and headpieces: Naturae Design | Calligrapher: Sarah Pearl Studio | Hair Stylist: Shawna Hines | Event Venue: Still Water Hollow | Bakery: Sugared Memories | Veils and headpieces: Wedding Gowns by Daci