The 2nd annual summer mini session is coming soon!! Lace and lemonade in a vintage setting. NOT JUST FOR GIRLS! I will have vintage boy props on hand for you moms who want to get the boys in on a little mini session too!
I’m trying something new this year and doing WEEKDAY EVENING sessions. As the sun goes down and its a bit cooler, the lighting is better, and the workday is over. Based on interest, we can work out dates/times that work best that week.
Where: Citizen Park, Barrington. If I have enough interest with clients in a further location, this can be moved. Park is tentative for now.
Attire: I have a nice selection of lace rompers, tutus, tanks and leggings to fit the colorway. Plus plenty of bows, headbands and accessories. Sizes on hand range from ages 6m-12yrs old. You are welcome to bring a back up outfit if you have something specific you would like to use. Please keep the outfits soft and neutral in color. And for the boys – simple, clean, jeans, cut offs, white shirts or tanks and of course overalls would be adorable! I have a bin of hats and ties I will bring as well.
Arrival Time: Please arrive 10 mins prior to your session time for costuming.
Session time: 20-30 mins
Cost: $75.00 (Add up to two siblings for $15.00 each) If you have more then 3 children, please book two sessions.
Includes: Customized Facebook timeline cover and 10 edited images delivered in high res, via downloadable gallery to your email address. Print rights included.
Age Recommendation: Must be sitting to 12 Years.
Booking Info: To book please email email@example.com with your preferred date and approx. times. Thank You!
One last thing: All finished photos will receive editing, but not retouching or extreme measures. Kids are kids and I want to see their personalities shine through in the session, however, please keep in mind these are mini sessions, so we do need to keep focused on a beautiful image. Please try to have a conversation with older children about serious photos first, silly photos after. (Or feel free to bring bribery treats, those usually work as well 😉