For the last year, we were mostly staying at home, right? There was nothing to do. Nowhere to go, and definitely nowhere to wear a fancy gown with sequins, am I right? Dead WRONG. Maternity portraits are the perfect place for that! You guys know that I carry a wardrobe full of beautiful dresses for you– but did you know some of them come with an extra splash of fun? When Rebekah arrived at my studio for her maternity session, she knew exactly which dress she was looking for. I think we pulled off an amazingly elegant maternity session in Dallas, but we also got some gorgeous intimate shots as well! Ready to see!?
Glam it up, Ladies!
Ok seriously– take this opportunity to do something for you! If you like glam, let’s do it! In fact, when Rebekah first arrived to the studio, I had another mama with me trying on dresses for her upcoming session. She saw how beautiful Rebekah looked in the sequins and found a way to add some to her own shoot!
Rebekah & her sweet husband were obviously the star of the show, but this BHLDN dress totally qualifies as a runner up!
Romantic & Casual
I feel repetitive saying this, so I won’t say too much. I just need you to know that jeans and a bralette are the perfect addition to any maternity session– and here’s your proof!
Free People has a beautiful bra, but I’ve also found something similar locally at Willow House in both Downtown Celina & McKinney!
Stay tuned later this month to see their upcoming newborn session!
Dallas Area Maternity Sessions
Aimee Hamilton is a newborn and maternity photographer in Dallas, Texas. Aimee’s portrait studio is just north of Dallas in the historical Downtown McKinney! Aimee offers membership plans that allow mamas to combine their maternity session with a newborn, 6 month and even a first year session! For more details about booking your own maternity session, please fill out the contact form, here!
Gorgeous photos! That dress is absolutely stunning, and the more casual portraits are just as beautiful. You can see all the joy and love shining through!
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