As a maternity photographer serving the Virginia and Washington, DC area, I look forward to winter sessions all year! I’m always excited about the possibility of documenting a maternity session in the snow. This mama was also crossing her fingers that we would have a pretty snowfall during the time surrounding her maternity session. The forecast was looking promising, until all of a sudden it wasn’t. This just wasn’t the year – we had lots of ice, just unfortuantely very little snow.
This is one of the reasons I’m so happy I have a beautiful (and warm!) studio space. Not only is it perfect for newborn sessions, but it makes for a lovely, timeless space in which to document your maternity. You’ll stay warm and have easy access to the studio wardrobe. Some mamas specifically choose the classic, timeless, minimal look of a studio session. Other choose it as a backup in case the weather doesn’t cooperate. I also offer an add-on intimate maternity session option, so some mamas choose both!
This mama is absolutely stunning in both dresses she chose to wear. I can’t wait to see them again in a few short weeks to meet their little boy!
I would love to help you document your own motherhood story. If you would like more information about a session with me, I’d love to invite you to send a little note my way here.
Did you know my studio wardrobe is available to all of my clients? I know how challenging it can be to find pieces that you love for an ever-changing body. My studio wardrobe is a well-curated collection of boutique and designer dresses for both new and expectant mothers. I also have beautiful options for children up to around age 8. You can read more about my studio wardrobe here.
Both of mom’s dresses were borrowed from the studio wardrobe.
Mom’s Dress (pink): Baltic Born
Mom’s Dress (blue): Vici Collection
Mar 10, 2021