6 Ways To Prepare For Your In-Home Newborn Session | Milwaukee Family Photographer

 
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An In-Home N

ewborn Session

Newborn sessions are typically scheduled sometime during the baby’s first month. The session takes place in the comfort of your own home. My goal is to beautifully document the first few weeks of you with your sweet baby. I facilitate with simple prompts throughout the entire session to help inspire authentic connections as the session unfolds.

I’m so inspired by the nurseries I have been so fortunate to photograph! I look forward to walking into a space and documenting all the love that was poured into every single detail. It’s an honor to capture new love in such special places.

If you are planning an in-home newborn session, here are 6 simple things you can do to prepare!

  1. Make sure your baby’s tummy is full just before I get there - a sleepy baby is what we want for the session.

  2. Open window shades. We want the photos to be light and bright!

  3. Tidy up any surfaces in the rooms we’ll be photographing you with your baby - you’ll most likely see everything in the background of your photos.

  4. Turn up the heat! This will help your baby to be comfortable and sleepy for the session.

  5. Wear something comfortable and neutral. A lot of moms choose flowy tops that they can move around in easily while feeling comfortable. Since we’ll be in your home, the photos can have a more casual feel (think barefeet!) and it’s best for your clothes to match the setting.

  6. Relax and enjoy this moment! All you have to do is be yourself and I’ll help with directing the session to capture authentic moments that you can treasure forever.

If you are interested in finding out even more about an in-home newborn session, feel free to contact me at littlexlittlephoto@gmail.com.

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