ATL Boudoir Photography | Boudoir Spotlight

Miss A came in to for her ATL boudoir photography session in order to get an album made for her significant other. We started her experience off by helping her sort through her wardrobe to decide what she should wear for each setup. Then it was time for her makeover with my Glam Squad. My team got her all dolled up with hair and makeup just the way she wanted. After that, it was boudie time! Miss A was ready to step in front of the camera. During her session, we made sure to have her favorite charcuterie board snacks and beverage set out for her to indulge in whenever she felt the need to. We wanted her to feel like the pampered Goddess that she truly is.



We asked Miss A a few questions about her experience with The Boudie Bar, and this is what she had to say…..


How has your ATL boudoir photography experience affected you or changed you?

“I just had an overall great experience and I’m glad I chose her (Karice) among a sea of other so called “boudoir” photographers.”



What advice would you give someone who was nervous about booking their own ATL boudoir photography experience?

“Nerves are natural unless you are used to being in front of a camera but Karice makes you feel so comfortable. She gives you privacy when you need and guides you through each pose. Karice has thought of every single detail so you have nothing to worry about. She and her team are 100% professional.”



Outfit from Fashionnova

Is there anything at all you would change about your boudoir experience?

“Nothing at all, it was great!!”



In conclusion, Miss A enjoyed her entire experience, from hair and makeup to the album reveal. My team is all female and totally judgement free. We provide a safe space for you to let loose and feel yourself in any way your heart desires. Come join in on the fun and see what all the fuss is about 😉

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Karice Danae is an award winning, published boudoir & beauty photographer based in Roswell, Georgia about 20 minutes north of Atlanta.

Her work can seen in issues of Looks Like Film, Toffee & Honey, Retro Lovely Magazine, True Self Magazine and Venus Cult Magazine.