What is better than the adventure of a new life?! Meet this sweet soon-to-be momma who will welcome a spring baby in just a few weeks. It’s easy to see this couple’s sweet love for each other and excitement and anticipation for their “sweet pea” to arrive. These chapters are so important to capture! Not only is it fun for the mom to look back on her pregnancy days, but it’s also fun for the kids to see what their mom was up to while they were staying cozy. 😉 Enjoy this beautiful couple who radiated love throughout the shoot!
Everyone wants to know a family like this. One that has fun traditions like collecting tea cups, vintage cookbooks with family recipes, and one that LOVES to be together. Their “happy place” is a few hours from the cities on a beautiful lake in a cozy cabin. We used family heirloom dishes, blankets, and books throughout this shoot, making each image more meaningful to them. As their oldest daughter prepares for her next chapter, it was important to capture their family doing what they love… being together cooking, playing games, and having a bonfire on the lake. I think you’ll enjoy this family as much as I did. View their VIDEO HERE.
Who doesn’t love the last few coffee dates before the baby arrives? Meet this sweet couple who is anxiously awaiting their spring arrival. We started at Peace Coffee shop (one of the best ever) and then headed to the place they were engaged to capture a few more in the wintery snow. These two are crazy about each other and ready for this little arrival to be a sweet addition to their coffee dates.
How can you not love a couple that adores charming houses, vintage toys, Ryan’s homemade cookies, and taking little “Z” to climb trees?! This shoot started at a vintage soda fountain and ended in our wintery wonderland. June can’t come fast enough because a food truck wedding at Aria will the the cherry on top! Watch their sweet video here!
Someone once said, “Hold her a little longer, rock her a little more, tell her another story, let her sleep on your shoulder, rejoice in her happy smile, for they are only little for a while.” On this particular snowy morning, my littlest was not short on expression or giggles. Since they were about 6 months I’ve been saying, “I love this age.” Today I REALLY mean it… I love this age. I love their ideas, creativity, innovation, and love for each other. My little Lulus are growing up into little ladies who steal my heart daily.