This baby shower for photographer Meg Fish and her baby, Ella, is perfectly detailed and just about the sweetest little baby shower you’ll ever want to see. The shower itself was thrown by photographer Christy Schuler, who incidentally took these images as well! What an incredibly talented gal! I am really really adoring that chicken wire cake dome…I think it’s a must have! Speaking of cake…the cake and cupcakes are by the ever talented Enjoy Cupcakes, who I’m thinking I MUST come up and visit this summer.
I hope you enjoy!
I can’t begin to tell you how thrilled I am to share this gorgeous maternity session with you! The lovely new mama to be is Rachelle from Wiley Valentine and her little one, Piper Marie (I die at the perfection of that name) just recently arrived. Rachelle is a veritable goddess in the wedding industry, so of course I feel absolutely honored that I get to share this photo shoot of her and hubby Michael.
Then, of course, there is Braedon Flynn Photography, whose images are always golden. Jeni, from Found Vintage Rentals provided all the furniture and helped style the shoot, along with Jesi Haack, who contributed additional styling, concept and accessories. The headpiece was made by Ink and Button and the floral wreath was made by Emily’s mom (Emily is the other half of Wiley Valentine!
All in all, the entire team did a fabulous job. I know you going to really love this shoot!
So, I’ve got to take a moment here and RAVE about photographer Jael DeYoung. I wanted to share every single one of her blog posts with you. Which I may still do. But for now, after I prove to you how unbelievably creative and fabulous she is with these images, you’ll want to run over to her blog for more of the same. Be prepared though: her photography will suck you in!
Oh…and a pillow fight? Stop it. I want to do this exact shoot with my own kids. And their cousins. Which is obviously really far in the future, but nonetheless, this shoot is a must!
This session by Wildflowers Photography takes newborn photography to a totally new height. The owl concept runs throughout the images, but I so love her dad’s tattoo of an owl! And Miss Olivia? In the forest? I die.
I’ve ran across a few great cookbooks in my travels that are specifically for kids. I loved the idea, and after some searching, found a great round-up from Babyology. Check out the article here, but I thought I’d share a few of the finds with you here, along with some of my faves!