By Michelle Coppini, Remnant Boudoir
This sailboat boudoir inspiration is the story of a bride, longing for her love. A bride's craving for adventure and love as deep as the ocean around her, preparing to set out on her lifelong journey of marriage and growing love.
Inspired by the open, airy beaches that grace the boundaries of Florida, we wanted to capture the adventure and wild beauty of the coast and heart of our model. The sailboat offered the background to bring the element of adventure and feeling of an impending journey to the shoot. Whether actual or in love we felt having this “mode of transportation” in the shoot added to the overall feeling of being ready for the journey ahead.
We have been speaking with Michelle for some time and absolutely love her heart for her business and for others. Traditionally, we asked her about her approach to boudoir and the differences she sees between what is considered fine art boudoir vs. stereotypical boudoir and her response was on of the most eloquent we've received.
"The differences between fine art boudoir and boudoir might be hard to describe but easier to see. You know when you see fine art boudoir because there is a level of quality to it. There is this encompassing blanket of beauty that spans generations. That can be viewed by the masses and not offend even the youngest of eyes. Its subjects are not objectified or put on display for an agenda. Rather they are celebrated, encapsulated in an image that stirs audiences to delight in them and with them."
Photography: Michelle Coppini of Remnant Boudoir // Planner: Caroline Kellenbence of Ivey Weddings & Events // Makeup & Hair Artist: Norianne Respole // Florist/Designer: Chloe Winchester of Supposey Co // Bridal Lingerie: Sirens at the Beach
Nikon D810, 50mm 1.4, 85mm 1.4, 35mm 1.4