Angel wings – they are such a stunning prop for boudoir shoots.
As a photographer, I wanted to make these because I couldn’t justify the cost of some of the drop-dead-gorgeous angel wings that I found that sold for over $1500. They are impressively beautiful- don’t get me wrong. And, I am sure they also used much more expensive materials than I did too. However, it was a fun undertaking to make these all on my own! You can too!
These lavish wings cost me probably almost $250, and approximately 7-10 hours to make. That sounds like a lot, but that is including the time it took to plan, go to a hardware store & Michaels, and look around on Amazon and Etsy for all the materials. Oh, and research time too! Since I have done all that background work, you don’t have to though! Also- you can choose different materials (or you may not need to buy some things like the mannequin or the shower liner to kneel on).
Okay- I’m just going to jump right into it!
Check out the gallery below for more details and images, but these are the steps that I took to make the angel wings:
I hope this inspires you to make your own! If this is too much work and time for you, I totally get it! I added this item to my Etsy shop, if you want me to do all the work for you! (Yup, it’s a bit expensive, but it seriously takes quite a bit of time and effort.) I will be happy to make it in any color or shape you want. Just DM me!
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