I absolutely love my job as a Moreno Valley Newborn Photographer! Especially when I get such beautiful babies in the studio like this adorable baby girl, Kai. Look at all her pretty hair and that little smile! I am always so grateful for my client's trust in me with their precious new babies and safety is always my main priority during a newborn photoshoot.
It is so fun for me to design every session in a unique style for each of my tiny little subjects. For Kai's spring newborn photoshoot session, we used the softest palettes of neutrals and blush pinks as well as very delicate and feminine accessories to finish every look. In order for us to create the perfect setups just for your special newborn baby, I send out a questionnaire when you book your newborn session with Katherine Allison Photography. This questionnaire helps me to get to know a little about your family, as well as colors you would like to use, or any particular images you have your heart set on capturing. Do you love the heart bowl? Or the wooden moon prop? I have it all! There are so many props to choose from in the studio, that you are sure to love what we create together.
I love to capture every little detail of newborn babies from their eyelashes to their ten little toes, but do you know what is most important to a lot of the families I work with? Capturing that first family photo. Yes, you will be exhausted from the sleepless nights with a new baby, but I promise you that you will not regret getting in front of the camera. When your baby is all grown up, they will not notice that their parents looked tired or mom was carrying a few extra pounds from just having been pregnant. They are going to see how much their parents loved them and that this was the first time their new family was captured. Oh how I wish I had a photo like this with my parents when I was newborn! Or imagine seeing a photo like this of your grandparents with your mom or dad as a newborn? How special would that be? That is why I love creating these memories, they are for you now and the future generations of your family.