So here it is, dolls. The last of the Disney Mini sessions. After the rain extravaganza from the day before, I was really looking forward to a smooth day. Thankfully, that’s what I had 🙂 Four awesome families joined in on another day. Apart from it being really sunny and HOT, the day went by smoothly and the kiddos and couples had a blast.
I started of the morning with the Prats family. They are always a treat! This little guy always has smiles for me and always has a good time as well as his parents.
These next two pics make me laugh so hard when I see them. I was on the floor taking the shot above and as I’m starting to get up, all I see is pink in front of me and someone saying “Where are we going? What are we doing?”. My husband yells at me, “Stay on the floor!” I suddenly realized I was being photobombed by Cinderella’s sister’s and stepmother and I caught these two shots for this family. So sweet of them!
Then this little treasure showed up. My hubby fell in love with her instantly and so did I (he’s a sucker for little girls). Little Minnie Mouse couldn’t have been cuter and her mom is such a sweetheart!
How stinkin’ cute is her face in this next one?
Not sure why she was so perplexed by the water but her expression made me laugh so hard!
Clearly, she didn’t like sitting in the Dumbo barrel.
It’s always a pleasure to photograph the Ferreira family. The two girls and parents are not only adorable but mommy always dresses them so sweet! <3 Emily and Ella look like two little dolls!
I just love her expression! LOL
After this session, I joined up with my cousins and niece which were my last clients. We spent the day enjoying the park and then prepped for their sunset session. There’s something so magical during sun down at the park. All the lights turn on and it’s just perfection!
Ummm… how cute do they look?
And, here is my lovely niece and husband photobombing the photo LOL
That’s it folks! It was a pleasure making so many memories with these families. A lot of planning, hard work and long hours went into these but I hope they will be memories that will be cherished for a lifetime!
See you real soon 😉