Where to display your Photos without shocking your Mother



So after the monumental hurdle of beating your insecurities straight in the face, booking a Boudoir Session and taking a few deep breaths, the unavoidable question is: what am I going to do with these photos? Don’t worry, I got you covered!

Choosing the best way to display boudoir photos in your home

Your boudoir photos are not just photos; they are an empowering experience. Every time you look at your wall art, album/book or phone, you will re-live your experience at the studio. The fact that you made a commitment, stepped out of your comfort zone and the way you actually felt comfortable within your skin will never be forgotten.

I hear this from my clients on a regular basis. This empowering experience deserves to be celebrated over and over again. This isn’t a one day session and burn experience, it’s a step towards shifting yourself limiting stories and perspective on who you truly are. And that, is worth every penny.

So should you display or hide away? Obviously, there is no right or wrong answer here, however I will admit that I get pretty excited when a woman orders a larger print to be hung in her home. And now you may be wondering where would such photo be hung?

Let’s just assume that you are considering displaying your Boudoir photo in the bedroom, (after all, Boudoir is defined as a woman’s bedroom or private room). If that feels a little too risqué, I’ve had many clients hang their wall print in their bathrooms, walking closets or behind their significant other clothes.

If a large display of yourself makes you uncomfortable, the easily tuckable album/book is very popular. My gorgeous thick paged, durable, lay flat paged, versatile albums and books provide a perfect gift giving and drooling over. An added plus; place it on a cute little easel and the album/book serves as a stunning bedroom counter top artwork.

Ready to create your own collection of artwork featuring your unique beauty? Connect with me for your free boudoir consultation at 613-841-1469 or by email.

You don’t have anything to wear? You don’t want to spend money on new lingerie? No problem, simply borrow something from my boudoir lingerie closet.