Brentwood Maternity Session
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Jill and Evan for their Brentwood Tennessee Maternity Portraits. This amazing couple radiated joy from start to finish, and rightfully so, as they are expecting their first baby boy! Maternity sessions are always so much fun, especially when it’s a parents first born! As a Brentwood Maternity Photographer, I have the honor of capturing many mama’s-to-be, but my excitement before each session never changes.
It is such an honor to capture these moments for my clients. While you wait to welcome your baby into the world, the anticipation only increases. What you don’t realize at the time is how quickly it passes by. What sometimes feels like an eternity is really a blink of an eye. I know from my own experience how this season of life quickly changes as you are rushed into an entirely new, exciting chapter of life: parenthood.
Brentwood Tennessee Maternity Portraits
For Jill and Evan’s Maternity Portraits, we headed outdoors to a beautiful landscape that provided a stunning mountain backdrop, wide open spaces, and golden sunlight. Jill wore a stunning navy linen dress from Sleeper | Atlanta Linen Dress. This is one of my favorite shops for selecting wardrobe options for sessions!
Having recently moved to Tennessee from California, Jill and Evan are thrilled to start raising a family here. I asked Jill what was most important to her and Evan as they start their family? She said, “Family is our number one priority in life. Us, our new baby, plus our first baby, our frenchie Karl, and our immediate families are the most important thing to us.”
I love her answer! I have no doubt that Jill and Evan will be the most fantastic parents to their baby boy! Enjoy a few of my favorite moments from their Brentwood Maternity Portraits.
Maternity Dress: Sleeper | Atlanta Linen Dress in Navy
Hair and Makeup: Amanda Gros
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