I was looking back at our mini sessions this year. These spring blossom sessions were so pretty and we lucked out this year that we timed them just right and had some beautiful blossoms for our sessions.
I did this little peanut’s photos a little while ago, and her mom ordered an absolutely beautiful album. It is always so excited to see these digital images come to life in print, and in a very special heirloom album that she will be able to keep and treasure forever.
I photographed this little newborn baby in the early spring, and I just couldn’t get over how much she looked like her big sister! When I was editing the photos of the two of them with their faces together I kept thinking of them as two little peas in a pod. It will be so neat to see them grow together!
One of the many benefits of being a newborn photographer is getting to meet new additions to the family right away! I was very lucky to meet my newest little relative during our awful cold snap this year and she must have been happy about it too because she cooperated very well.
This little sweetie was a part of our Baby’s First Year program and you follow our Instagram or Facebook page you’ve probably seen her grow throughout the year. It was very fun for me to document these changes over the year, and now to look at them all together to see how much she has changed through the months.
I have had so much fun documenting some of our little Baby’s First Year clients during 2018, and for the 2019 year I have continued on with the program but made some new and exciting updates. You can read all about the new and improved program here: Baby’s First Year . Now families can have a full newborn session, and then attend our Year of the Minis program (at the special Year of the Minis Price!) to capture their baby through the year and during those seasons when parents always look for those classic photos (you know – baby surrounded by fall leaves, baby’s first Christmas or winter, baby in that golden summer sun, baby with those beautiful spring blossoms). There is an option to add a maternity session as well. Families will then receive a complimentary high quality album that includes the photos from throughout the year. So that baby album that everyone struggles to finish is already done for you! If you are thinking about this program and have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
I posted last week about our Christmas baking minis, but I’ve also had lots of questions about our other set-up – the Christmas jammies option (which will be November 10/18). I’ve also had some questions about the family photo set-up. I wanted to do another post with some photos from those sets to give you an idea of them. The Christmas Jammies are pretty straightforward and simple – white on white background with some adorable little ones in their Christmas jammies – a classic! The fireplace will be the backdrop for the family photo (if you want one). I did some sample images here, but we are waiting for the season of beautiful natural evergreen branches to decorate the fireplace with along with some twinkling lights. We are so looking forward to seeing all our mini session families. We do still have a few spots left so if you are interested please don’t hesitate to book. And if you are wondering about our Christmas baking theme (November 11/18) be sure to check out my last blog!
My friend’s beautiful baby girl arrived this month and I was so excited to meet her and photograph her. My friend and I had discussed it ahead of time and knew we wanted to try and incorporate her wedding sarees into the photos. We were so excited to see it come together and giggled when we saw how cute she looked. We ended up with some beautiful memories for her and had such a nice time too.
The milestones within the first year are so much fun to document. And when it’s my super cute little niece it’s even more fun! She lives far away so I couldn’t follow my usual first year schedule with her, but I did photograph her at two months and nine months, and here she is almost exactly on her first birthday. We had to fit her photos in around her birthday party so I ended up doing them in a backyard but it was during golden hour so the light was beautiful and I thought the fence and the golden hour light in the background made a really interesting backdrop.
I had the great pleasure of doing some newborn photos for this little guy recently. He was so cooperative and such a cute little guy. As always I love going out to people’s homes to do photos and seeing those little details show up in the photos – such as the beautiful hardwood floor in this home that you can see in the basket photo.
Ok I may be a little off-season on this one, but unfortunately I didn’t have the chance to share this one in the spring when I did the session, and it’s just too adorable not to share, so here we go! I did this session for this little fella’s first birthday, and his big sister joined in for a few too. I was lucky to do these in Swift Current which is quickly becoming one of my very favourite places to shoot. Such a beautiful morning to photograph two adorable little ones.