First I want to start by saying these Motherhood Minis are for ALL MAMAS. All ages. Moms of babies…moms of toddlers, moms of tweens and mamas of high school seniors. Motherhood doesn’t just end once our children are grown.
We will start with the traditional posed, “everyone look at the camera” shots. Then from there we will focus on connection; I will prompt you and your children to cuddle, dance, play…and LOTS of tickling.
My biggest thing is for you to NOT STRESS. Just enjoy this time with your little ones. I am not the photographer who wants perfection; I want raw connections and real personalities.
If a toddler is not happy during their session I WANT to document that; because that’s how they feel in that moment.
I will send over your sneak peeks 24 to 48 hours after your session. You will receive a password protected gallery to your fully edited images in 2 to 3 weeks. From this gallery you can download your images and place any additional print orders. Your gallery will be active for a minimum of 30 days.
Edward Medard Conservation Park
Plant City, FL
This location has tall, tan/brown grass that gives off wheat field vibes.
Due to the location I highly suggest choosing colors for your outfits! I love neutrals but tans, browns, and off whites, will blend in with the tall grass. I do always love bright white but only suggest one member of your family wearing white so that everyone does not blend in together. I suggest jewel tones, pastels, oranges, blues, pinks, etc.
I always encourage moms to consider going for a more dressy look over a casual one. Dresses and skirts are great for portrait sessions because they’re flattering for any body type! Long and flowey dresses and skirts always photograph well and help add some dimension and flow to your photos. Chiffon or tulle are excellent fabrics for this look.
For the girls, dresses and accessories are perfect! Maybe add a fun flower crown or bow for an extra pop of color. For the boys, layers are adorable! And don’t forget about the cute details like suspenders or a fun bowtie!
Remember…instead of having everyone wear the same color, try picking two or three colors that blend well together and coordinate that way! Try experimenting with different shades of colors, or adding different prints or fabrics to the mix.
Here are a few different color combinations to help inspire you:
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