A young couple from Texas decided to bare all for a boudoir photoshoot, despite not being professional models, and the results have been dubbed 'stunning' and 'beautiful' by thousands of online commenters.
When Stephanie and Arryn stripped down for a couples boudoir photo shoot, they certainly never expected the images to reach as far and wide as they have - but after Bria Terry of Wolf & Rose Photography posted the images on her business Facebook page on Thursday, they not only received over 10k comments it also quickly spread across the social media site.
Many of the posters applauded the Texas couple's confidence and palpable chemistry.
'I absolutely love these. I wish I had the confidence to get something like this done,' one Facebook fan said, while another wrote: 'Usually I hate pictures like this, but honestly this is a beautiful photo set, she's modest, even when topless, and these don't scream look im a thick women, but these scream I'm a women in love and with the man I love.'
Another third applauded: 'This is probably one of the most beautiful and inspiring things I have ever seen.'
The Wolf & Rose photographer said: 'Thanks so much for all the kind words! I absolutely love this couple, and I am so proud of this set of photos!'
In an interview with HuffPost Stephanie explained: 'I remember being in junior high and looking at myself in the mirror, wondering why my stomach wasn't the way it was "supposed" to be.
'Over the years, I've come to accept that I am always going to be considered plus-size.'
She continued: 'I push myself out of my comfort zone by wearing clothes that I love but aren't in society's mould of what is acceptable for bigger women, like crop tops, tight shirts, shorter dresses and shorts.'
Stephanie explained that she loved the result of the pictures: 'I walk around with my head high, smiling, and show no shame in myself.'
'I was shocked. I look so in love and confident. Every person should be able to see themselves in that light. It is really eye-opening.'
The couple plan to get married in early 2019.