Boudoir: A woman’s bedroom or private room. That’s the official definition of boudoir and this shoot with Kate Ignatowski + Evelyn Bedoya is the sweetest version of boudoir photography. This romantic vintage inspired photo shoot was published on Burnett’s Boards today. Here are some of my favorites from the shoot; it was such a fun one to style!
Photography: Kate Ignatowski Styling + Floral Design: Mandy Forlenza Sticos Hair: Jha Villanueva Make-Up: Anny Chow Veil + Headpiece: Wanlu Bridal Jewelry: Nina Shoes Macarons: Macaron Cafe Calligraphy: Fleur de Letters Flowers Supplied by: Blooms By The Box Model: Evelyn Bedoya Slips, ring + other details: Little Vintage Rentals
This lovely table top photo shoot happened one snowy Winter day in Queens with a small yet talented team. I am featuring some of my favorite photographs from Marietta Leung but a wonderful post can also be seen on Burnett’s Boards today! This shoot was inspired by three new invitation suites from Jackie Mangiolino of Sincerely, Jackie, brought to life with blooms by Kristen Macaulay of Sugar Magnolias, calligraphy by Everly Calligraphy and hosted by the regal Poppenhusen Institute. I had the pleasure of fully styling the first two segments and helped a bit on the third.
For the first segment, an all white backdrop with classic silver accents sets the tone for a black tie worthy invitation suite printed in traditionally elegant black letterpress; Grace.
The next segment for the Fete invitation suite boasts a mint, peach, pink and gold color palette inspired by the playful invitation with gold engraved lettering adorned with gold confetti accents.
Last but not least, Jackie styled the Elegant invitation suite and selected some beautiful rich tones. I helped style a bit with the sweet treats!