Family Photo Session in Minnetonka, Minnesota

Is there anything better than a mama with her boys? I absolutely adored this Minnetonka Family Photography session in the early summer months. Mallory and I connected a few weeks before her family session and discussed location/outfit options. She let me know that their house was decorated with many neutrals and greens and she was hoping to carry those colors into some family photographs. After hearing this, I went ahead and came up with three outfits options for her family. Most of the family already had items that would work for this session but Mallory did end up purchasing the youngest a gingham green romper from Quincy Mae.

Mallory also let me know she had three little boys, each with their own unique personalities. As a boy mom myself, I was excited to see the differences between each one. The two older boys talked about school and how old they were, even at one point both taking off their shoes and getting some little rocks out. The middle kiddo followed his older brother often, as one would expect! The both doted on their baby brother. Almost one year old, the baby was all smiles and just happy to be there. We ended our session with looking for plants and flowers and wondering back on the path.

One thing was certain: this family really loved being with each other. This entire session was full of laughs, exploring, and genuine connection. I always remind my clients that the best photos come from just being yourselves and having fun. This family certainly took that advice to heart and the results were stunning. Check out a few of my favorites from this Minnetonka Family Photography session!

Interested in booking a family session? Contact Annie here.

Fine Art Minnetonka Family Photography session

Minnetonka Family Photography

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Is there anything better than a mama with her boys? I absolutely adored this Minnetonka Family Photography session in the early summer months. Mallory and I connected a few weeks before her family session and discussed location/outfit options. She let me know that their house was decorated with many neutrals and greens and she was hoping to carry those colors into some family photographs. After hearing this, I went ahead and came up with three outfits options for her family. Most of the family already had items that would work for this session but Mallory did end up purchasing the youngest a gingham green romper from Quincy Mae.

Mallory also let me know she had three little boys, each with their own unique personalities. As a boy mom myself, I was excited to see the differences between each one. The two older boys talked about school and how old they were, even at one point both taking off their shoes and getting some little rocks out. The middle kiddo followed his older brother often, as one would expect! The both doted on their baby brother. Almost one year old, the baby was all smiles and just happy to be there. We ended our session with looking for plants and flowers and wondering back on the path.

One thing was certain: this family really loved being with each other. This entire session was full of laughs, exploring, and genuine connection. I always remind my clients that the best photos come from just being yourselves and having fun. This family certainly took that advice to heart and the results were stunning. Check out a few of my favorites from this Minnetonka Family Photography session!

Interested in booking a family session? Contact Annie here.

Fine Art Minnetonka Family Photography session

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