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new boudoir albums are here!

The best part of an intimate boudoir session? The beautifully personalized products she will cherish for the rest of her life… literally. Investing into elegant packaging to tie it all together is just as important as what your client decides to wear (or not wear!). Presenting our Lace and Velvet Boudoir Albums — two elegant designs, both with multiple print and color palette options, so you can match any style. Looking for something playful and romantic? Our feminine Lace Album fits just right. How about bold and sophisticated? Meet our luxurious Velvet Album. Whatever your client’s style, we have the perfect packaging to preserve her images forever… in options as unique as she is. Special thanks to Gabe McClintock PhotographyLacie Hansen Photography and Coco Tran for the lovely images. lace-headerboudoir-album-lace-060214-01

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