Welcome to the world baby Jesse – Bump to Baby Photography Session Leicestershire
Being a Leicestershire newborn photographer I have found people tend to travel from Nottingham, Birmingham, Nuneaton Loughborough, so I was so excited when I found out Lotte was pregnant, I went to school with her and her sister, Molly (who contacted me to book her sisters session as a surprise!) so I’d not seen either of them for at least 15 years! As a Bump to Baby Session was booked we did both maternity and newborn images which I love! There’s something so beautiful about a pregnant lady, they really are glowing an di love to meet their little bumble a few weeks later!
Lotte had sent me some images that she had seen and we tried to re-create some of those for her, and used a lovely cardi for this and did a veriety of outfits.
Jesse was so eager to meet his mummy & daddy that he decided he didn’t want to wait for mum to finish for her last day of work and wanted to make his appearance then! Mum made her way to hospital and gave birth to her beautiful baby boy weighing just 5lb 1oz. As mummy and Jesse were doing really well they didn’t need to stay in hospital long (thankfully as Christmas was fast approaching) and they were allowed to leave and show Jesse his new home. And quite literally, it was their new home; they had moved in only weeks before.
Lotte had seen an image that she loved on our sample gallery, we send this out when doing your bespoke consolation to ensure we get the right images for you. She had chosen an image of a hanging basket over water and in a big bowl with feathers…this is a composite and below you can see how we achieve the final look of this.
Whilst Jesse was nice and snug in his beautiful little outfit that Debbie Booth had made us we changed the colour of the fabric and laid some fluff down – mum and dads requests were neutrals and grey. Jesse was so good for us an donly needed one feed so after he had a nice full tummy we carried on and took some beautiful images of him tucked up nicely in our little bed, we used a beautiful bonnet made by the amazing Alice Rose.