Danielle DeBorde Photography is excited to participate in ArtFest 2016! Please check back for photo booth photos!
It's Easter session time! These are the two examples of the backdrops that will be offered for the 2016 mini event - aren't they adorable?!? The sessions will be held Saturday March 5th, 2016.
My little guy wasn't dressed for photos, but he decided he wanted to jump in one! <3
*Edit: additional spots available for Saturday, November 21 in the morning.
So this is SUPER last minute, but I have had so many requests for Christmas sessions this year... AND I happen to have a last minute opening this Saturday morning!
I have decided to offer only FOUR sessions. These are the set examples - they will be super simple and focus on your child instead of a bunch of props. If you would like to book a spot, please email me with your contact info. This set will accommodate one or two children ideally and no more than three.
Looking forward to seeing you - thank you all for being so awesome! :-* xoxo
Be sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot ASAP - I don't have many openings so they won't last long!
This adorable family of three is preparing to become family of four. <3 And isn't that momma gorgeous!?
In an effort to better my blogging habit... I decided to pick one of my favorite little girls to start off with!! My niece, Ava, had a Frozen-themed birthday this past year. So when Lost and Found vintage rentals (www.facebook.com/lostandfoundvintagerentals) offered a Frozen-Inspired themed set, I couldn't resist!!!!
Ava showed up with her beautiful dress (which SANG no less when you pushed a button on it!) and got to work. Her momma styled her hair in the dressing room, while I snapped a couple "getting ready" shots - which are important in all professional photo shoots, ya know!
From there, we went to the GORGEOUS set that Jennifer designed and got to work. Ava knew just how to work the camera with her sweet smiles, silly faces, and her very own Elsa doll. Isn't she beautiful!?
Be sure to go all the way to the bottom to see her singing "Let it go!"