Are you at the stage of your pregnancy where you are itching to show off your bump? Are you looking for maternity photographer in your local area that can do just that? First off, Congratulations on your pregnancy!

Maternity photos are a great way to capture this special time in your life. When we work with expectant mothers, our job is to make you feel good about your bump and really let it shine! Here are some tips for planning and executing a successful session so you can have beautiful memories of this exciting time in your life.

We shoot at various in-studio and on-location spaces throughout Bucks County including: Doylestown, Newtown, New Hope, Yardley, Langhorne and more!

Getting Ready for your Pregnancy Photo Shoot:

The following tips will help you look and feel your best during the session. The ultimate goal is for you to have a nice experience so you can remember it fondly. This day is all about YOU, mama! Your photographer will do everything possible to make sure you are confident and comfortable!

You never need to feel obligated to bare your whole belly or do anything that makes you uncomfortable. This is your session and you should feel comfortable throughout.

Your bump is the star of the show, but focus some shots on other angles as well. You’d be amazed how many emotions come through at this time!

Working with your Maternity Photographer:

Do not hesitate to ask any questions you may have about posing, outfits or anything else! You’re working with a photographer who has worked with expecting mothers before and will be happy to work with you to make this experience as comfortable and fun as possible.

Most importantly – Have Fun! Maternity photos are meant to be positive experiences. If you are feeling anxious, it may show in your photos. We will work hard to make sure you are relaxed and comfortable for your whole shoot!

We at Lily and Birch are here to document this special time of yours and babies life! To get started, get in touch with us and we’ll fill you in on the details!

Have a Question? Get in touch!