i think it's up to each couple to do what they choose. we did some beautiful risque but not revealing engagement shots. this is both of our second marriage. we have teenaged kids and i live to embarass them
9/1/12 2:12 P
I think it is over kill and another way for the wedding industry to fleece brides, grooms and their families out of their hard earned money.
And it is kind of tacky. I don't get the need for the boudoir photos or the morning after photos. I dont want to do anything that will embarrass my future children, if they happen to stumble across the pictures.
And besides that I don't really care to look at nearly naked, underwear clad pictures of myself. With or without my groom
9/1/12 10:44 A
I was thinking originally that I don't really see the point, but I suppose these are the couples version of boudoir photos. That said though, I wonder how many pictures of yourself need to be taken professionally in a year. If you do them the morning after the wedding, you have the potential to have gotten engagement photos, boudoir photos, wedding photos, morning after photos & trash the dress photos. I think it might be too expensive as well as overkill. I also don't know if I would have wanted my photo taken the next morning; you're up till 2 or 3 am, if you have any kind of gift opening or brunch the next morning. I'd just assume take a photo of ourselves with my digital camera than pay someone to do it.
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