I received some good response from my what to wear post last week, so I put together another one, inspired by the warmer temperatures.
When I first met Amelia, I swear she looked like she walked off the page of a Gerber advertisement. She’s so beautiful, with the most gorgeous smile. Also, her mom is a fabulous writer, with a fabulous blog. Check her out at http://badwithconviction.blogspot.com
Amelia, please don’t forget me when you turn into a big-time baby model.
I always get SO excited when I get to work with this pretty girl and her sweet parents.
They are such a sweet family, with so much love, style and class. And Carlie’s blue eyes and sweet smile just M.E.L.T me.
Her mom wanted to get a Valentine’s picture. I thought the balloons and pillow were such a cute idea.
Thank you again, E Family!
The first time I met this sweet family, I was photographing Miss Lily when she was just three weeks old. Now, almost exactly a year later, I have the pleasure of photographing her baby sister.
Needless to say, this mommy has her hands full. But- she has two very, very perfect little girls.
Love these sweet little baby parts…
It was surprisingly warm outside, and they have some beautiful brick on their house, so we were all able to go outside for a few family shots.
And a very proud big sister…
Thank you, once again, J Family. It’s always a joy…
I get so many questions about what to wear for photo sessions. My advice is that I always prefer coordination, much more than matching. I always recommend taking a particular color palette and blending those together.
That being said, I’m going to try to start posting some good examples of outfits for your families.
A few more pieces of advice when putting together your family outfits.
-Accessorize. I can’t emphasize that enough. Hats, chunky jewelry, scarves and headbands will completely transform your session. If you’re looking for some hats and headbands for your children, try out etsy.com. Please ask me if you need help finding a vendor.
-The more texture and color you have, the better.
-Don’t be afraid to take a risk. And if you’re nervous about what you’ve selected, please email me and I will give you my honest feedback.