One sunny day, in Cocoa, Florida I found myself walking by this secret hidden gem of a location in the middle of the Historic Cocoa Village, known as The Porcher House. The Porcher House was built in 1914 and was not only a home, but a hotel at one time way back when. Now, it is currently on the National Register of Historic Places and open to the public to visit and to use for weddings, parties, events, and in my case, styled shoots. So thus, nearly a hundred years later, when I walked into it's interior and looked at the absolutely gorgeous oak floor (they creaked...I love creaky old floors), the beautiful old windows, and the cedar wainscoting and trim, I knew it would be absolutely the perfect setting for a boudoir shoot. The goal for this shoot, which was very quickly and simply styled, was to have neutral colors that all complimented the light and location beautifully. With a lingerie gown from Victoria's Secret, a veil from David's Bridal, and floral styling from Beautiful Bouquets and Baskets, we were able to create a very thoughtful, feminine-sexy, relaxing boudoir session that was relaxed and easy like a Sunday morning.
Michelle Mock Photography
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Beautiful Bouquet and Baskets
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Model: Tatiana Kachurina