Props Do’s & Don’ts

You’ve taken the exciting step to book your boudoir photoshoot, and now you are preparing for it. As you eagerly count down the days, we know you might be brainstorming outfit and prop ideas to make your session uniquely yours.

Boudoir photography is a one-of-a-kind experience, and we understand that preparing for it might come with a few questions. When it comes to preparing for your session props and outfits take center stage. These elements can help make your photoshoot unique and make you feel more comfortable in front of the camera.

In this blog we share some ideas and our policies regarding props to help you prepare for your upcoming photoshoot. We hope you find this useful and find some inspiration from some of our past clients that .

Choosing Props: What to Keep in Mind

When it comes to props, it’s essential to note that we have a few guidelines in place to ensure a safe and comfortable environment during your session. Here’s a quick list of items that we kindly ask you not to bring:

  • Sex toys
  • Drugs or alcohol
  • Weapons (swords, knives, guns, and similar objects)
  • Sharp objects
  • Explosives
  • Oversized items that could take up extra space
  • Items that could damage furniture (glitter, paint)
  • Items creating a messy environment (glitter, dry leaves)

If you’re working with a different studio, we recommend reaching out to them to clarify their policies on props.

Choosing the Right Props for You

The beauty of boudoir photography lies in its endless possibilities. Many clients opt for a themed photoshoot, aligning their props & outfits with a specific theme. However, you are not required to plan a theme and can select any props you like.

Here are some examples of popular props our clients have used to make their photos unique:

  • Items related to hobbies
  • Clothing or accessories representing favorite sports teams
  • Props from beloved TV shows, movies, or characters
  • Personal items that resonate with you
  • Items belonging to or representing your partner, such as uniforms
  • Fun and decorative pieces
  • Flowers or bouquets

Ultimately, our goal is for you to enjoy every moment of your photoshoot and fall in love with the captured memories. Select props that bring you joy and that you envision as a part of your final printed photos.

We hope this brief guide sparks inspiration for your upcoming session. If you have any questions about a specific prop or need assistance with any aspect of your session, feel free to reach out to us at info@cherieamourinc.com. We’re here to make your boudoir experience as delightful as possible!

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