Pueblo Maternity Photographer | Darlene

Darlene came to me in the early fall to begin planning her maternity portraits. As part of the planning process I asked her what colors she loves or feels prettiest in and she told me that she loved both dark teal and lavender. For Darlene’s session I ordered two new gowns to add to the studio maternity wardrobe (available for use during any maternity session), one in each of her favorite colors.

We did the first part of Darlene’s maternity session outdoors at the Nature Center in Pueblo. It was freezing cold, raining just a bit, and overcast. When I pulled into the parking lot I was afraid that the session was going to be a bust, but Darlene and her husband were brave and ready to go anyway! We stayed as close to the parking lot as possible because we wanted to keep mama¬†as warm and comfortable as possible. The last bits of fall color gave us a great backdrop and really paired nicely with the dark teal gown we decided to use outdoors.
Maternity photo of mother to be in teal gown, standing in a field of fallen leaves.PINIMAGEExpecting mother in a teal gown stands in a leaf covered field. Maternity portraits by Pueblo maternity photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGEPregnant mom in teal maternity gown looking down at her belly during maternity portraits with Pueblo maternity photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGEMaternity photo of pregnant mom and her husband, standing in a field surrounded by fallen leaves. Maternity photography by Pueblo maternity photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGEParents to be embracing during maternity portrait session with Pueblo maternity photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGEPregnant mother and her husband, standing in a field of fallen leaves during maternity portraits with Pueblo maternity and newborn photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGEPregnant mom and her husband, posing with hands on her belly during maternity session with Pueblo maternity photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGE
The second portion of Darlene’s maternity session was held in the studio a few weeks later. She chose to wear the lavender dress and a deep red gown as well.

PINIMAGEMother to be in red gown looks down at her belly during maternity portraits with Pueblo maternity photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGEPregnant mom in red gown looking at the camera. Maternity portraits by Pueblo maternity photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGEPregnant mom wearing lavender gown cradles her belly during maternity portraits with Pueblo maternity photographer K.D. Elise Photography.PINIMAGEPINIMAGE

A few weeks after her maternity session Darlene delivered a sweet little guy named Maxx. His newborn photos will be featured in a future blog post. Thank-you Darlene for choosing me to do your maternity photos!

Newborn baby boy on grey blanket by Pueblo newborn photographer K.D. Elise PhotographyPINIMAGE

If you’re looking for a maternity photographer but aren’t quite sure about doing a session I want to reassure you. As a Pueblo maternity photographer a big part of my job is helping pregnant moms feel absolutely gorgeous. This is such a special time in a woman’s life, as her body changes and prepares to welcome a new life into the world.

After having three children of my own I can tell you honestly that I did not feel beautiful when I was pregnant. I never took on the pregnant glow, I was tired and sore and I just wanted to be done. Many of my clients come in feeling the same way, but still wanting to capture this stage of life. I understand because I’ve been there, and I want to help you love your maternity portraits. We’ll work together to create beautiful memories.

If you’ve got questions, or you’re ready to book a session just click the contact button to send an e-mail.

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