Embracing a Healthy Family: Easter Photography Ideas

Easter Photography Ideas



If you are planning on having Easter pictures taken this year and need some inspiration, we have some ideas for you.  Of course, it starts with picking the prettiest outfits and featured above are three beautiful fuchsia embroidered tulle dresses from Adorable Baby Clothing.  The sizes range from 6-12 months all the way to 12 in girls.  They are heirloom quality dresses that can be passed down to future generations given the quality.
For the shot above, I simply went to a local covered bridge and used my own yard for the actual Easter shots.  The covered bridge and creek made for a beautiful backdrop.  
Some other ideas include:
Flower Garden:  If you are in a warm climate, you might be able to take advantage of all the flowers blooming and the natural scenic beauty of a local park or garden.
Flower Petals or Fake Flowers:  I have used this before as a way to enhance the scenery fairly inexpensive by adding some pretty flower petals on the ground to add that hint of color.  You can purchase them at your local craft store along with fake flowers if you want to further enhance the background.
Landscaped Feature:  Even if you don't have a garden, there are other creative features such as  brick wall or a fence that can make a beautiful backdrop.  Whether you add some string lighting or greenery, it can prove to be a great background for some memorable pictures.

Easter Baskets, Eggs and Other Props:  Just adding some Easter baskets, colored eggs, stuffed animals can be a great way to enhance the photo but you don't want to add too many or make it look too fabricated.  A little goes a long way sometimes!
Hats, Gloves, and Dresses:  Remember those old time photographs of the little ones wearing hats and gloves?  They make delightful props even today!  Add some to change up your photos and you might be surprised at how much of a difference it will make in your picture.
Taking the picture perfect photograph doesn't really take a lot of expense but when you let your creativity in, the subject and the garment can make a photograph go from pretty to beautiful in just a few small steps.

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