♥ ‘A grand adventure is about to begin…’ ~ Winnie the Pooh ♥
Beautiful Maternity Photography
Your pregnancy is such a fleeting, magical time; it’s the start of a beautiful journey to becoming a family, and the beginning of your baby’s story. Maternity photographs are a lovely way to capture this moment for you to look back on and share with your little one as they grow.
When is the best time for maternity photography?
We suggest your maternity session takes place between weeks 30 – 36 of your pregnancy.
Where will my maternity session take place?
All our maternity photoshoots last around one hour, and take place on The Wirral. The style of the session is up to you – you may prefer more natural photos taken at a beautiful outdoor location, or the more striking shots captured in our home studio. Whichever suits your style best, we will design the session around you.
Your Maternity session
We make the most of gentle natural light or soft studio lighting to create flattering portraits of your beautiful pregnant shape. Your partner and any older children are welcome to join in too. It’s up to you what you wear for your session, most important is that you feel comfortable and relaxed. Light feminine colours and long flowing dresses work really well – we love to help you plan your session, and will give you as much guidance as you wish.
When can I see my images?
Soon after your session we invite you to our home studio to view a personalised slideshow of the beautiful images we have created for you. Each image has been lovingly edited and enhanced by hand for a truly professional result. So many of our mums choose a signature ‘Baby, I love you’ frame – with a sentimental quote of your choice, this is the perfect start to your newborn story.
Our £50 session fee is due when you book and you can purchase your choice of images after your session. Printed images become part of our lives in a way that digital images can’t… displaying your photos around your home surrounds your child in the love you had for them from before they were born.