Mother’s Day is just a few weeks away and every year I like to make a “List of Suggestions” of what I would love for Mother’s Day. I know my husband appreciates it and this list tends to get used a lot for Birthdays and other gift-giving occasions.
Laura and I have known each other for almost 10 years. We were friends long before either of us had kids. In fact, we used to work together. I was a business banker and she was a bank manager. Throughout the years, I’ve been lucky enough to to be a part of her life’s biggest moments. From her wedding day to meeting her first little girl when she was only days old, I feel as if Laura is one of those friends who I do life with.
This month’s “What To Wear” guide is completely focused on moms. With “A Motherhood Event” coming up I thought it would be helpful to preview some of the dresses I currently have available in the studio wardrobe that you are able to borrow from. My initial goal behind the studio wardrobe is to prevent moms from stressing out about what to wear so you can truly relax and enjoy the experience.
This year, Always Elegant Photography will be hosting A Motherhood Event. We will celebrate motherhood at the studio with a pastry bar, coffee, champaign, pampering with hair and make-up, swag bags and beautiful photographs of mama’s and their babies.
Please join me Saturday, May 4th, 2019 as we capture a few images of you and your little one(s).
Because having elegant photos of you and your child(ren) matters.
How people announce their pregnancy can really give you a sense of their journey. Maybe this is their first child and the pregnancy was completely unexpected. Maybe it is their third pregnancy and the announcement was delayed because life with two other kids is hectic. Or maybe this person has been experiencing a long infertility journey and this pregnancy is the answer to countless prayers and medical help.
Whatever the story is, the picture you choose to share on social media can help you convey that.
These pregnancy announcements really evoke emotion. They make their audience feel as if they are apart of the mother’s journey. You instantly feel connected with the excitement each mom is feeling and the adventure that is about to begin.
“If Disneyland is the happiest place on earth, then the NICU must be the saddest.”
There is something so enthralling when a client shares how their little one entered this world. I love hearing all the details such as when they went into labor, how long everything took, and what the birth was like.
While every birth story is different, some birth stories begin after the baby has already been born.
That was Kristen’s story.