In-home newborn sessions are a great way to capture studio-quality images in the comfort of your own home! I brought most of my studio equipment for Owen’s newborn session, which gave Nicole and Danny the studio session look they wanted but in the comfort of their own home. The supplies I bring to you could expect would be my newborn posing bean bag, studio lighting, a few wraps, outfits, and bows. I also bring a Hatch sound machine and heater to keep the baby’s environment as comfortable as possible. The first and only goal is to keep the baby comfortable, and everything I bring is the best way to do this!
I am in love with in-home newborn photography!
In-home newborn sessions are so enjoyable for so many reasons. One of which is that these sessions are incredibly comforting for the parents and any siblings. Your home is a safe haven, so keep your new bundle of joy in your home for their newborn photography. After the world shut down due to covid, your home became the most comfortable place. As a homebody myself, if I had this option when I had my son, I would have paid double for his newborn photography!
Nicole and Danny are a past wedding couple I had the honor of capturing twice! These two postponed their big wedding celebration until the following year but decided to get still married during the pandemic at a very charming.
I follow all my clients on Instagram because, in reality, my clients become friends, and I love to see what is happening in their lives after they get married. To be honest, I didn’t even know Nicole was pregnant! I was thrilled when Danny reached out to me, telling me Nicole delivered early. Danny mentioned they needed newborn photos as soon as possible, and I was here. Of course, I jumped with excitement and captured little Owen within a week of Danny reaching out. Having a flexible schedule as a newborn photographer is a must! It was beyond precious to meet Owen and see Nicole and Danny again!
Jul 23, 2022
In-Home Newborn Session in South Jersey Featuring Owen