Documenting the Years…Continued

If you follow my blog, you likely recall these sweet sisters from this post I did last month about documenting a family’s years through photography.

I am happy to share the next chapter in my friend, Stefanie’s family photo album: Spring 2018.

Young sisters in jackets and bright colored caps hugging while standing on steps in front of a brick building with weathered doorYoung girl with red hair smiling while sitting on a step in front of an old doorLittle girl with a magenta cap on standing in a confident, sassy, hand-on-hip pose.

I got my wish for mild Minnesota temperatures (well, except for the wild wind!) and a couple little ones who were thrilled to have their pictures taken.

Girl with red hair wearing a teal cap with a soft, gentle smile.Young girl with a magenta cap on smiling bright

The littlest one was so excited to be wearing a “bra” (a.k.a. undershirt to stay warm 😉 ) and had to check with her mama toward the end of the session to make sure her hair was still curled (that wind!)  Too cute.

Young girl with blanket wrapped around her standing out in the snow.Young girl with red hair wrapped in a blanket standing out in the snow.Young sisters wrapped in a blanket standing in the snow.

Below are the beautifully-printed and framed photographs she and her husband now have hanging in their bedroom.  We selected a pair of 10×20 frames flanking each side of a 20×24 frame.  They are timeless and coordinate beautifully with the custom bed her husband made!

Stefanie and her family will get to delight in mini albums and a keepsake box of proofs from the session.

I can’t wait to document the next chapter in your family’s life, Stefanie!

If you would like to begin documenting your family’s years through photography, I would love to connect with you.

Please reach out to me through the contact form, Facebook or Instagram.

 

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