Bristol pregnancy Photography by Fiona

Today is one of our lovely clients due date while she is patiently or not so patiently waiting to meet her baby girl, I wanted to share with you her maternity session.

Bristol pregnancy photographer

Jo’s maternity session was back in May, in a beautiful woodland setting while the bluebells were out in full. Bluebells are her nan’s favourite so the timing of the session seemed perfect with the bluebell season only lasted for around 6 weeks each year. We were lucky with the weather with lovely light. Jo looked gorgeous in our maternity dress.

Jo was seven months pregnant but had such a small neat bump so we ensured we positioned her carefully to show off her bump to maximum effect. The session was a mini session however we did not rush and took our time stopping for a water break and rest half way through.

I think you will agree with me that in these images Jo looks like a true Cinderella in the woods.

We want to wish Jo the best of luck with the birth and look forward to capturing memories of her little girl, for her to treasure for years to come.

When to Schedule your maternity Photography Session:

Your maternity session is best scheduled for any time in your 32nd-36th week, when your bump is looking gorgeous but before you are feeling too uncomfortable. That said, every woman is different and this is just a guideline, you can book earlier or later if you wish (if your like me earlier may be better as I didn’t even make it to 30 weeks!!!)

Pregnancy is such a special time, you may not feel particularly beautiful but you are growing a new life, a tiny person, and your body is amazing.
I love to celebrate a pregnant woman’s body and really show off your beautiful bump!

To book your maternity session contact us today or go here for more information and prices.

Fiona & Natalie x

By Fiona Murphy

Bristol based Maternity, Newborn and baby photographer 

Bristol pregnancy photographer

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