BabyLove Event

A free event for expectant Mamas! Come see what our studio has to offer you and your growing family. Receive 1 free image of the Mama-To-Be just in time for Valentine’s Day. Space is limited.

REGISTER FOR THE BABYLOVE EVENT HERE

Pregnant and looking for some ME time? We invite you to stop into our new photo studio for some relaxation, mocktails, and of course a photo of your beautiful baby bump! This event is complimentary, as we believe every expectant Mama deserves to be pampered. Our gorgeous, hand-painted background will create a beautiful maternity image to share with family and friends just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Our BabyLove events are the perfect opportunity to visit our studio and learn more about our newborn sessions. In order to provide the attention that you deserve, we are only able to take a limited amount of ladies during each event so reply quickly before we reach capacity. Our studio is located across from Coverdale Farm; in the vicinity of Winterthur Museum. We can’t wait to meet you!

About Kirstie Donohue:

Kirstie Donohue creates beautiful, natural light photos, both in her studio and outdoors for families and persons of all ages. Formerly of Little Nest Portraits, Glen Mills, Kirstie, is both certified in newborn safety and accredited as a newborn photographer by the Association of Professional Newborn Photographers International (APNPI). Your baby’s safety and comfort are paramount; as are providing you with a caring, relaxing photography experience during this special time in your life. Kirstie is proud to be a Heidi Hope Design Partner, and works closely with Heidi’s team to bring you exclusive sets that are artistic and whimsical in nature on a quarterly basis. These offerings are perfect for adding to your collection of images throughout baby’s first year and beyond. Check out Kirstie’s portfolio, and follow her on Instagram + Facebook.

We hope to see you on Saturday at our BabyLove Event! Be sure to register before the limited spaces fill up.

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