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Now What?

You're having your portraits done! Yay! You're longing for beautiful images of  your beautiful new miracle and your sweet family, so you booked a session to capture those special moments...but now you're wondering "what's next?"


Most people feel self conscious about being in front of a camera (me too!). But my goal is to make this a fun and relaxing experience. I've done hundreds of photo sessions and by the end of the first click, the nerves will dissipate and you become a natural. Your newborn session will be one of your favorite sessions to date. Grab a cup of coffee, sit back, relax and watch me work with your sweet baby. Feel free to take behind the scenes shots, but don't forget to tag me! I love seeing everyones photos as I pose their littles. 

This process will be easy, fun and an overall great experience for you and your family.

I've created a "Client's Resources" pack specifically for my newborn families. This is my little treasure box of information that tailors to every question you may have prior to our session together (even questions you may never had thought about as well!)

In three easy steps below, will find a questionnaire for detail planning, a what to expect during your session guide, and a what to wear guide. 


Before you begin, I just ask that you please go over our pricing guide in the link above.

In this guide, you can see our simple 3 step process, where you choose  your wall art/albums, your digitals, and your gifting items. 
If you decide products are not for you, we also sell digital images by themselves. You will receive a print release with each digital image purchased. 


Now it's time to start customizing your session together. This is one of my favorite parts because this is where things start to come together and where I get to see your style. 

Make sure you fill out the questionnaire, this will help me prep for your session. 


What to Expect

When photographing newborns the session prep must start prior to the newborn session. After years of photographing newborns and having my own babies, this is what I've found works best in keeping newborns happy & calm during their session. 

I've put together this "What to Expect" guide to help with getting those sleepy, relaxed poses that we all know and love. 

What to Wear

What you wear for your photoshoot can make or break your pictures. You want to stay away from too many patterns, neon colors and matchy matchy. I am here to guide you in choosing your outfits for your session.

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