THE BABY BEAR
(Single Session)


Maternity/Baby Album

LET's GET STARTED!

Click here to shoot Sara an email including the below details:

1. Are you pregnant or is has your little one arrived? How many weeks are you/baby?

2. Next, where are you located? Would you like your session in-home or at another location?

3. Last, let us know which package are you interested in

Once we have all of these details we'll get a date on our calendar with you! We can't wait!


WATCH ME GROW SESSIONS

45 minute Family Session
All edited images (up to 100)

Three sessions with all edited images:
Maternity Session
Newborn Session
One Year Session

ALL Sessions include:

Up to 45 min of photography

Online proofing gallery of edited images
(30 days)

45 minute Family Session
10 of your favorite edited images 

THE MAMA BEAR
(Single Session)

THE THREE BEARS
(3 Session Bundle)

(Includes $150 savings only available at booking!)

(Additional downloads $25/ea)

CHOOSE A PACKAGE:

Sessions last 45 minutes and include wardrobe changes. 

Click to view recent sessions here!

$475

$625

$1,925 

A 50% deposit (credited toward final balance) is required to reserve the session.

Add-ons:

$495

10x10 inch | 20 Sided Standard Album 
Includes up to 30 of your favorite images from a single session. View album materials and samples here

« Receive 50% off with Mama Bear Session!

FAQ

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME FOR A MATERNITY OR NEWBORN SESSION?


Try and schedule your maternity photo session in your seventh or eighth month of pregnancy. Your belly will have a nice round shape during this time frame, perfect for taking photographs. If you’re counting by weeks, schedule your session when you’re around 30 weeks pregnant. If you take maternity photos after your eighth month of pregnancy, your maternity might be uncomfortable. You want to avoid taking photos when your belly feels too heavy, usually after 35 weeks.



In order to capture your newborn in adorable curly poses, you should take newborn photos five to twelve days after giving birth. If you want your baby’s sleepy and curly newborn demeanor to be photographed, try not to wait any longer than two weeks for the newborn session. (Avoid taking photos earlier than five days after your baby’s birth, since your baby will still be adjusting to feeding times. Your newborn session will go smoother if your baby boy or girl is less fidgety and on a consistent feeding schedule. The sleepier your newborn is, the easier it will be to adjust their poses and photograph them without clothes on to capture some of those classic newborn photo ideas you’ve been looking at for inspiration.)

After two weeks, your newborn will likely be awake during the session so you should go for photos that include the baby with clothes on and wide awake with eyes open at the camera. Babies begin to stretch and extend their arms and legs after two weeks, making them more wiggly and active. Don’t be discouraged though by timing as you should still schedule a newborn session even if two weeks have passed by. For these photos, you can even hold your baby boy or girl in your arms for a warm and intimate newborn photograph.

Maternity:

Newborn: