Celebrate your amazing mum with a Mother’s Day portrait session

Mother’s Day is coming up on Sunday 26th March. Have you arranged a special Mother’s Day gift for the mums in your life yet?

If not, why not consider a Mother’s Day portrait session with KW Photography?

Family portrait sessions at KW Photography

My family photo sessions are ideal for capturing a beautiful mother and daughter or mother and son portrait, or one with several generations of the family!

And fellas, if you have become a daddy in the past year and this will be your partner’s first ever Mother’s Day, don’t forget to treat her too!

She’ll love a portrait session with you and your baby – it will be a great memento of your growing family.

Mummy and Baby CuddlesMummy and Baby CuddlesCute baby cuddles

Timeless, natural portraits

My photo shoots are informal and relaxed, and the pictures are natural – as I know you like them.

I’ve an expert eye for capturing the special moments you share on the day, and I’ve several tricks up my sleeve for making children of any age feel comfortable in front of my camera.

I offer portraits at my photography studio in Poole. Or, if you’d prefer an outdoor location, I’m more than happy to meet you at your favourite park or picnic spot across Dorset for some al fresco portraits in the spring sunshine (fingers crossed about the last bit!).

Outside funOutside funDont fancy being in the studio? Take the kids outside for a great family photographer experience

Capturing special memories

As a working mum, I certainly don’t know where the weeks go! I rarely get round to having photos taken where I am in front of the camera, with my kids. 

My daughter Lizzie is a great model, and I’ve hundreds of pictures of her, but very few of me together with my children or with my mum.

Perhaps you are the same?

If so, a Mother’s Day portrait session at KW Photography would be a lovely way to celebrate your beautiful brood and get the family photos you want, once and for all.

And then there were 5And then there were 5Great family love how happy they are

What’s included in a family portrait session?

Group sessions cost just £30.00 for a one-hour photoshoot and up to five people can come along.

If you’ve a larger family than that, no problem! Larger groups can be catered for as well if you arrange it with me first.

Family FunFamily FunFun Family photography in studio I’ll professionally edit around 20-30 final images from the session and you can view these within a private online gallery before choosing which ones to purchase.

After the shoot, you will have the opportunity to buy from a range of high-quality canvases or frames, priced from just £150.

Or you can opt to receive the images on a KW Photography keepsake USB. Ten high-resolution images on USB is £295 or you can purchase the entire gallery for £395.  

How to book your Mothers Day portrait session

Booking is simple and there are two options available.

  1. Either book a family portrait session be held within the next week or so and then present the images as a gift on Mother’s Day.
  2. Or buy a KW Photography voucher to present on the day and book your family session at a mutually convenient time later in the month or year.

Newborn smilesNewborn smilesNewborn babies do smile, they are really happy and smiley

Treat your mum to a Mother’s Day portrait session

I’ve already got lots of bookings for Mother’s Day weekend although I do still have a limited number of slots available.

So if you’d like to treat your mum or partner to a professional photoshoot for Mother’s Day contact me to book today on 07749 270431 or via karen@me.com or via the contact form on my website.

Let’s celebrate mum with timeless photography. After all, she’s worth it! 

Karen x


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