We were thrilled to see this beautiful boudoir session come across our desk, as the Sigala’s have such a way of capturing beautiful and soft femininity in their work. Set at a beautiful, light filled house in Jerusalem, this session was filled with lush florals and pops of color against clean white backdrops that really provided a sense of calm.

From Yehoshua Sigala:  “Bridal boudoir is an opportunity for a woman to celebrate a beautiful milestone in her life and express her own, unique sexuality as a gift to herself and to her partner-to-be. While a wedding is around the corner and most people are drowning in the chaos of planning their special day, we wanted to create a peaceful space where a woman could explore her femininity in a gorgeous setting.

From the beginning, we really wanted to incorporate florals that would be used as an inspiration for the wedding itself. Light colors and interesting combinations, with a clean backdrop to help focus on the beauty of a woman’s body, of her style, the florals and even just the light coming through the large windows that adorned this bedroom.

At a stunning home in Israel in the city of Jerusalem, we began preparations for what we hoped would be a platform for our art and our collaborative creative energy. We went from intricate lingerie to romantic wedding dresses and finally, a vulnerable set of images in a gorgeous, free-standing tub. As the story unwound, the bride was able to really connect with her inner self and sensuality in a way that was only her own…”

Photography: Sigala Photography / Floral Design: Sara Winter Floral Artistry / Makeup: Sheldon Bruck / Hair: Katy Taurel-Ciabotaru / Lingerie and Dress: Marina Valery / Model: Noa Elharar

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