Our Tulum sessions are out of this world.
No seriously… I get raves all the time from my past Tulum clients about how eye opening and transformative their destination boudoir experience was.
Because once you step out of your day to day routines and into paradise, you will be blown away by the new perspectives that you gain.
Not only are our sessions an opportunity to appreciate the beauty that this earth has to offer but you will also gain a newfound appreciation for the beautiful being that you are – mind, body, soul.
When thinking about doing a Tulum Boudoir shoot, many people have some questions about the logistics behind making your dream shoot come to life.
And rest assured, from the moment you book your shoot, my team and I will be guiding you through the experience so every detail will be laid out for you.
We’ve put together a Tulum Session FAQ to share the answers to our most commonly asked questions about what to expect throughout your Tulum Boudoir journey with us:
Where will my session take place?
Our sessions take place in one of the Riviera Maya’s most amazing cenote – Cenote Buho. On session day, we’ll meet at your hotel for Hair & Makeup and will travel together to the shoot location. This exclusive cenote near Tulum, is an unforgettable experience as you will enjoy the scenery and stunning waters with total privacy.
Combine this once in a lifetime experience in nature with your boudoir session and you will find yourself feeling rejuvenated in ways you might never have imagined.
How far out should I book my session?
It’s best to book your Tulum session 3+ months in advance you have plenty of time to book your accommodations and plan out your adventures. With that being said, some of my clients prefer to book their sessions even further out to give themselves time to extend their payment plan.
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Where should I book my accommodations?
I suggest booking an airbnb or boutique hotel in Tulum. There two main areas to choose from depending on how you like to travel: the Centro or Pueblo (downtown) or the beach. If you are into nightlife, you’ll want to look for accommodations in the hotel zone, as that’s where almost all of the nightlife is. If you are into a more lowkey vibe, you’ll want to check out Airbnbs in Aldea Zama or La Veleta for an even more local vibe.
What should I bring to my shoot?
You’ll want to come a little extra prepared for your Tulum session because we’ll be shooting outside. I recommend bringing your 3 wardrobe changes (you may be eligible for more if you opted to take advantage of our session bonuses), any shoes or accessories you want to wear, lotion, some water, a snack, and a beach towel. We’ll have all of these items on hand for you as well in case you forget 😉
Come to your session wearing something super cozy and relaxed – like a sundress or leggings and a t-shirt. And be sure to pack your session bag thoroughly before leaving for your trip and double check you have everything you need the night before.
What’s included in my session fee?
A whole lot! Your session fee includes hair and makeup with lashes, 3 outfit changes, access to the studio wardrobe of body jewelry, up to 2 hours of photography, the professional editing & retouching of your final images, a private reveal & ordering session, and full posing instruction.
Your images are sold separately prior to your session through a pre-payment plan or pre-payment in full. The majority of our clients choose to pre-purchase their image package within 14 days of making their reservation so that they can lock in their bonuses. Our pre-purchase bonuses are a pretty luxurious way to customize your session and are at no cost to you.
I hope this FAQ has been insightful…
If you have any questions about our Tulum sessions or are ready to book, we would love to find some time to chat!
Use the link below to reserve your phone consultation so we can talk through what you are looking for, walk you through what we can offer you, and reserve your session on the calendar if you’re ready.