Teddy

March 21, 2017  •  5 Comments

Teddy's newborn session is extra special to me and I have been dying to share his images. Not only is his mama my old college friend whose wedding I photographed this past summer, but Teddy's session is a step in a new direction for me. As you may know, I love pre-planning sets and coordinating colors and props prior to a session. Before Teddy arrived I spent a good amount of time with his mama discussing a theme and color schemes to match their personality, style, as well as their home décor. Planning and preparing everything before the session gave me time to really perfect every color, outfit and prop that was used. It also gave me time to purchase and borrow a few items to really make these photos spectacular. Not only did all of this pre-planning make the day of the session run more smoothly, but all of these images coordinate together beautifully making designing a baby announcement or book a piece of cake! Newborn (7)Newborn (7) Newborn (8)Newborn (8) Newborn (15)Newborn (15) Newborn (14)Newborn (14) Newborn (9)Newborn (9) Newborn (1)Newborn (1) Newborn (12)Newborn (12) Newborn (13)Newborn (13) Newborn (11)Newborn (11) Newborn (10)Newborn (10) Newborn (2)Newborn (2) Newborn (5)Newborn (5) Newborn (3)Newborn (3) Newborn (4)Newborn (4)  Thank you to my dear friends, The Beeck's, for including me in all of life's precious moments. Xo, Andrea


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Wow, I am glad to see these pictures on your blog. They are a very unique picture and the best memory for both parents and their kids.
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Glenda Beeck(non-registered)
Another beautiful session. Thank you
Mary Drummer(non-registered)
Beautiful....moments to cherish and look back on:-)
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