Bath boudoir sessions always get us a little giddy! There is such a soft, muted elegance to them that really allows the female form to shine. The water is able to be both concealing and revealing to highlight certain parts of the body. This session by Julie Sawatzky has an incredible dream like quality. The muted color tones, lace lingerie, and milky bath work together to create one of the most ethereal boudoir sessions we have ever seen. It's the quiet details interlaced into this shoot that set it apart from so many others. Not to mention her model's incredible tattoos and the incredible texture the flowers created among the bath water. There is just so much to love about this session! Enjoy the magic that Julie created!
From the Photographer | This bridal boudoir milk bath was inspired originally by the white lavender that I borrowed from my good friend Brandy. I love the earthy tones, and natural feel behind milk bath sessions. I wanted to put my own take on things and go with a much more muted color scheme. I stayed away from the bright colors and kept things very simple. Cass is a beautiful woman and she has a natural ability to look amazing in any situation. I was thrilled to work with her on this session and was so excited to plan it out. Most photographers do not have a bathtub or a large one in the studio, and neither do I hah. So I decided to do the whole session in my own master bathroom. I have a great natural light window and a large tub and I knew I would be able to make some magic! I love all of the little details from this session even down to the opacity and tone of the water. It took a few tries to get that just right, and it was messy haha, but I just adore the way it all came together. Milk bath sessions are so unique and you can create a really nice look by hiding some parts of the body in the water and just focusing on certain area's like the hip bones, shoulders, hands. I just could not wait to share this session with you guys! Hope you love it as much as I do!!!
Photographer: Lush and Lace Boudoir by Julie Sawatzky | @Julienicoleweddings @Lushandlaceboudoir
Model: Cass Sorokopas
Hair and Makeup: Cass Sorokopas
Florals : Brandy King La Petite Fleur | @lapetitefleurflorist
Lingerie: le vie en rose