This Mother’s Day photo session in College Park was a treasure. Now that blogging has become part our weekly routine, we are excited to blog about one of our dearest families. While we have many sessions of this family we want to blog, this session seemed like a great one to start with. It was one that their mom wanted for Mother’s Day! A gift not only for herself to cherish but to have photographs to give to the Grandmothers as well of these sweet girls. She wanted to get a variety of photos. Some more traditional as well as some fun casual moments of the girls just being themselves. Capturing them having fun doing things they love.
The quaint oak tree lined cobblestone streets of College Park in Orlando were a perfect backdrop. Dressed in lovely white dresses to recreate a photo from years ago that their Mom loved. They brought out their “luvies” to snuggle and it was so sweet to capture these special moments of their childhood.
After a quick change it was on to getting the photos of them playing and having fun! It was an afternoon full of cartwheels & handstands under the sun. As well as some quiet time with a book in a favorite reading spot. It was a joy to watch these girls in their own elements. To capture them doing things they love & their unique personalities. We love that these photos are a gift that their Mom and Grandmothers will treasure over the years to come.
We believe in the importance of photographing special moments for your family to have for years to come. Children are only young for so long and time goes by so fast! If you are interested in capturing those fleeting moments let us know. We have some Mother’s Day Mini Sessions coming up over the next few weeks! It is the perfect way to get some quick photos of your sweet kiddos. We would love getting to know you and your family!
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