Maternity


You're so busy preparing for the little one's arrival, it's hard to find time to stop and appreciate the moment.

A maternity photo session lets you look back and remember this wonderful time forever with your family.

I will capture the excitement of waiting to meet your newborn baby as well as that beautiful glow that all moms-to-be have.


Mini

20 minute session
Includes poses with spouse and family
10 edited digital images

$150

Standard

45 min session
Includes poses with spouse and family
20 edited images

$250

Note: Please add 8.25% Texas sales tax. Prices subject to change without notice.

Maternity + Newborn Packages

Standard + Lifestyle

$400

Standard Maternity Session

  • 30 min session
  • Includes poses with spouse and family
  • 10 edited digital images

Lifestyle Newborn Session

  • No difficult poses for the baby (i.e. sleepy baby or naked baby), just a growing family hanging out. If your baby sleeps, I will place them in very easy positions on the bed, crib, or couch. I will not bring props but I will have a bag of various colored wraps.
  • 60-minute in-home and/or outdoors photoshoot.
  • 30 (minimum) images, download via your beautiful online gallery.
  • A selection of black and white images.
  • Full rights and in full resolution.
  • Flat rate, no commitment to buy anything more


Standard + Posed

$500


Standard Maternity Session

  • 30 min session
  • Includes poses with spouse and family
  • 10 edited digital images

Posed Newborn Session

  • Sleepy newborn posing and family pictures. I will bring wraps, backdrops for the baby, and some props to place your baby in (tiny bed and basket). I will attempt to place your newborn in 4 or 5 different backgrounds or "sets".
  • 2-3 hour in-home or studio photo session, this gives us plenty of time to cater to their needs to capture those adorable sleepy baby photos!
  • 60 (minimum) images, download via your beautiful online gallery.
  • A selection of black and white images.
  • 2 (8x10) metal print or 2 (8x10) canvas gallery wrap.
  • Full rights and in full resolution.
  • Expect a one-week turnaround.
  • Flat rate, no commitment to buy anything more


Deluxe + Lifestyle

$450


Deluxe Maternity Session

  • 1 hr session
  • Includes poses with spouse and family
  • 20 edited digital images

Lifestyle Newborn Session

  • No difficult poses for the baby (i.e. sleepy baby or naked baby), just a growing family hanging out. If your baby sleeps, I will place them in very easy positions on the bed, crib, or couch. I will not bring props but I will have a bag of various colored wraps.
  • 60-minute in-home and/or outdoors photoshoot.
  • 30 (minimum) images, download via your beautiful online gallery.
  • A selection of black and white images.
  • Full rights and in full resolution.
  • Flat rate, no commitment to buy anything more


Deluxe + Posed

$550


Deluxe Maternity Session

  • 1 hr session
  • Includes poses with spouse and family
  • 20 edited digital images

Posed Newborn Session

  • Sleepy newborn posing and family pictures. I will bring wraps, backdrops for the baby, and some props to place your baby in (tiny bed and basket). I will attempt to place your newborn in 4 or 5 different backgrounds or "sets".
  • 2-3 hour in-home or studio photo session, this gives us plenty of time to cater to their needs to capture those adorable sleepy baby photos!
  • 60 (minimum) images, download via your beautiful online gallery.
  • A selection of black and white images.
  • 2 (8x10) metal print or 2 (8x10) canvas gallery wrap.
  • Full rights and in full resolution.
  • Expect a one-week turnaround.
  • Flat rate, no commitment to buy anything more


FAQ

Do you provide dresses?

What should I wear?

What color looks best in photos?

What should my spouse and/or children wear?

Do I need to bring anything?

FAQ

Do you provide dresses?

Due to COVID, I do not have a dress selection at this time. There are some amazing inexpensive dresses available online. I also find that clients are more beautiful in dresses that they pick out.

What should I wear?

Try a maxi dress. Floor or knee length maxi dresses with chunky necklaces are incredibly flattering on a pregnant body. They focus on your beautiful baby bump while smoothing out and assisting areas you may deem troublesome. Try to find a maxi dress that has texture to it.

Fitted versus flowy. Wearing a tight, fitted maternity dress that shows off all your beautiful curves looks absolutely stunning. Many women feel uncomfortable doing so, but if you choose a fitted dress you should know that you are more beautiful than you could possibly imagine! Flowy dresses are more popular because they feel a little less revealing. Both make stunning photos! Maybe bring one of each.

What color looks best in photos?

Solids are best. You may be able to find a pattern that flatters your body in front of the camera, but cameras can often bodies in patterns. I recommend sticking with solids.

Avoid strong colors. Stick to white or pastels. Black is classic too. White is SO beautiful and allows your bump to really show because it’s not distracting.

Timeless is best. If you’re investing in quality maternity photos, you don’t want to look back in 20 years thinking “why was I wearing that?!” because something is now out of style. That’s why I prefer just a simple flowy dress and sticking to neutral, pastel tones.

Textured Clothing: Your photos will look amazing if you wear clothing that has texture to it by adding more dimension to your photos. You can pair a chunky knit sweater with some jeans, wear a lace dress, or an embroidered top. Either way the texture in the clothes will create more interest, therefore making your photos look more beautiful. It’s a great alternative to a print or pattern.

Go seasonal. Is it spring? Choose soft, pastel colors. Is it winter? Go with light blue and white, crisp and chilly. Is it summer? Add a sun hat. Is it fall? Find a flattering cardigan or scarf.

What should my spouse and/or children wear?

Avoid being too matchy-matchy with your partner. Matching and coordinating your outfits is great, especially for a photography session. However, if you are both wearing white or blue, it will be distracting. I recommend visiting Pinterest and searching the palettes to find complimentary colors for you and your partner. Lay everything out on the bed together. Think of it as one outfit. You want the colors and tones to go well together. You don’t want to have too many conflicting patterns in there. Don’t forget to throw in a few accessories to make it interesting and just have fun with it! It’s also a great idea to go with a color palette that will complement the style of your home, that is, if you are planning to hang the photos up in the home.

Do I need to bring anything?

You can bring any prop that will bring meaning to the photos - ultrasound pictures, baby shoes, stuffed animals, books, or any significant item.