Newborn Session Questions
Q: When should I book my newborn session?
A: 2-3 months before your due date to insure availability.
Q: Do you have a studio?
A: Yes, I do 99% of newborn sessions are in studio
Q: Do you travel for newborn sessions?
A: Occasionally my calendar allows for Lifestyle newborn Sessions.
Q: How old should my newborn be for the session?
A:The best time to have your newborn photographed is between 7-21 days after birth. This time frame would is best because they are still used to being curled up and sleepy. I do understand that this sometimes isn't possible for a variety of reasons.
Q: What should I bring with me to the session?
A: Your usual diaper bag items. Enough milk for three feedings. Bringing a pacifier is a good idea even if your little one isn't using one.
Q: Do you have all the props and wraps?
A: Yes, the studio carries all props, wraps, outfits, bonnets and headbands.
Maternity Session Questions
Q: When is the best time to have a maternity session
A: I recommend having your maternity session between 32-36 weeks. During this time your baby bump is usually showing pretty good and are not feeling to much pressure/heaviness of the baby for comfort of the session.
Q: Do you offer a selection of maternity dresses
A: Yes, you will have access to the client closet. Which offers a wide variety of dresses, bodysuits, and fabrics, in a range of sizes.
You can find the gallery here: Maternity Client Closet
Q: Is hair and make-up included?
A: Yes the maternity packages include hair and make-up. There is no discount to the session if you opt to not take advantage of the service.
Q: Do you do you offer studio or outdoor sessions
A: I offer both.
Other Common Questions
Q: How do I book?
A: Fill out my contact form
Q: Do you offer digital only packages?
A: No, I do not. I am a full service studio that helps clients get their gorgeous portraits printed by a Professional Print Lab for the best quality in colour and product.
Q: Does a cake smash session include the cake?
A: Yes. As long as their are no known allergies.