6. What to wear for your session:
These are usually a mix between traditional couple and family
shots and fine art images. For the first half of the session we will
focus on the couple and the family. Dress up a bit and have
everyone wear something a bit flattering. Try to coordinate colors
and prints so the eye can read the image of your family together
without being distracted by one person’s outfit. The last half will
focus on just the expecting mother. You will have access to my
maternity gowns, flower crowns and halos.
You will be asked to bring black leggings, a black tank top, 1 or 2
form fitting outfits of your choice, flip flops, makeup and hair
refreshers and a sense of adventure! Your significant other should
bring coordinating outfits and a black/grey t-shirt.
Parents, it is always encouraged that you participate in some of
the photos, as well, during your baby’s newborn session.
Although you may be very tired and the last thing you want to do
is get spruced up for the camera, it is a memory you may not want
to lose the chance to capture.
If you are up for some photo ops during your newborn session:
Moms – bring a black or white tank top or shirt. Most photos will
not be full body images and this will create a nice clean look in the
photo. Make sure your hair and makeup are done just how you
Dads – coordinate with the color mom is choosing to wear and
bring the same color shirt – white or black. Sometimes men
choose to have their shirts off during these photos. Siblings –
most of the time I will wrap the torsos of the other children with
matching fabric wraps in order to create a clean, unified, natural
look. If you have certain outfits you would like your children to
wear, that is fine, too.
I can’t wait to work with you! I absolutely love what I do and the
people I get to meet! I look forward to seeing what we can create