This sitter session was so unique and fun! Sitter sessions are one of the most popular packages I offer. They’re the perfect session for any baby aged three months to two years old. It’s a great way to capture your little ones growing up or to get some cute holiday card photos. For Vesper’s photo shoot, we did her sitter session and then we added a milk bath session at the end. You’ve probably seen lots of milk bath photos for maternity sessions in big tubs in impossibly beautiful bathrooms, but have you ever thought about a milk bath session for your baby? They’re so gorgeous and the little ones just love them! The great think about baby milk bath sessions is that we can do them anywhere, even in my studio. All we need is a bucket and a cute baby!
Milk Bath Session – Denver Baby Photography
The first time I photographed Vasper was at her newborn session. She came with her whole family, her parents and three older siblings. We got some beautiful family photos and newborn portraits with her at just eight days old! When she came back for her sitter session, she had grown so much. She was already a one year old for these photos. I love getting to see my newborns when they’re a little bit older. It is so fun to see their personalities starting to come out! Vesper is such a happy baby! She was all smiles and super cute. I could have hung out with her all day. She was just so much fun!
We kept things nice and simple for the first part of her session. She came to the studio in a shiny white dress and beautiful headband. It was the perfect first birthday outfit if you ask me! For the milk bath session, I picked out a vintage tub that would leave her plenty of room to splash and play in. I bought some colorful flowers to have floating in the bath as well. Vesper loved looking at them and playing with them too! Check out some of my favorite photos from Vesper’s milestone session below!
Does your baby have a big milestone coming up? We would love to craft a perfect sitter session for you! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
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