Summer [by the bay] is off to a great start! I don’t know why I didn’t think of this before!! The calm water in the bay is perfect for babies and toddlers. The bay lends itself to beautiful beach images, without the loud crashing waves.
The second installation in my summer series starts now! I’m racing the clock on this one since the wildflowers don’t make it much past the middle of July. Summer [in the wildflowers] takes you to one of my favorite locations in Long Beach where the wildflowers are off the hook right now!! There’s a huge mix of long grass, yellow mustard and plenty of colorful variations of wildflowers. (Someone asked me today if this would be appropriate for boys…ABSOLUTELY! I happen to take the sample shots with a baby girl, but talk about going on an adventure in the long grass with little guys…FUN FUN!!)
So here’s the scoop…$100 gets you a 20 minute photo session, personal styling help, an online gallery of re-touched photos and one complimentary digital image. Additional digitals and prints can be purchased a la carte. The special starts now and goes until the wildflowers go away (probably mid-July).
Stay tuned in the following weeks for the next Summer series!! And hey, go check out Tiny Oranges blog (the BEST blog for OC moms) to see my feature!!
I made a gazillion of these giant pinwheels in colors for boys and girls! Paper Source has the best options for making pinwheels. I just used spray adhesive to glue the two sides together. The cut on the corners, folding ever other one in and nailed it to a spray painted dowel. They’ll look adorable in the long grass if you want to incorporate them in your photo session.
Love love love the wild mustard…and this wooden chair will be perfect in photo session with little boys…very rustic!
Such a variety of looks…all within walking distance!
Okay…now this is the chair that used to be all white. It was a little dirty after being dragged into fields over the last year, so I decided to re-cover it for summer!
By the way, the backdrop has been sold…thanks to all who inquired!