Lindsey's Porcher House Boudoir Session

Gorgeous boudoir shoot to share with you today from Michelle Mock Photography. The natural lighting surrounding model Lindsey, in an historic establishment, is beautiful.

From Photographer | This was my all time favourite boudoir shoot. Ever. Lindsey was totally open to having her session outside of the typical hotel suite setup and so I decided to have her session at The Porcher House.The Porcher House was built in 1914 and was not only a home, but a hotel at one time. It is now on the National Register of Historic Places and open to the public. Nearly a hundred years later, I knew the moment I stepped into it's interior it would be the perfect place for her boudoir shoot. With the amazing natural light, the old oak floor, the beautiful old windows, and the cedar wainscoting and trim it was all the perfect backdrop for Lindsey's boudoir session.Lindsey brought a lingerie dress she had modified and styled her hair and makeup (which I have to say she did an amazing job at!) and I asked a local vendor, Beautiful Bouquets and Baskets, to add some floral pieces for her session. 

Everything combined was absolutely jaw dropping. Her entire session was a very thoughtful, feminine-sexy, relaxing boudoir session that was dream-like. The light, the Lana Del Ray Pandora music in the background, Lindsey's beauty, and the simplicity of it made it my absolutely favourite boudoir session of all time.

Presenting Lindsey's Porcher House Boudoir Session, captured by Michelle Mock Photography:

Our thanks to Michelle Mock Photography for sending over your lovely work! 

Photographer: Michelle Mock Photography//Venue: Porcher House//
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