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Paint SMASH Photography

Paint Smashes are an alternative milestone session to your usual cake smash. Great for anyone who doesn't want to waste any cake!! ​Your little ones gets to explore this fab sensory experience while you get fab images to treasure forever - Without the mess in your own home!! ​


I'll snap away while your little one plays and explores in the paint making a little masterpiece canvas that will look brill on your living room wall along with the images from the session. To finish off, we splash in my old style bath tub to get some splash style images... and mainly to get clean!! 

Paint Smash Package - £75

Includes -  

A mini session to start off, the paint smash - the messy part & a splash session to get all clean // Full use of props // Your mini master piece canvas to take home // An online gallery for you to view & download the full gallery of images //

  • What do I need to bring to a session?
    Nothing really, except you & your gorgeous little family! I have a variety of handmade props, which will incorporate different themes and colours for me to create a variety of different looks. Most newborn photographs are done using my props or nude but if you want to bring a particular outfit, or comforter you would like me to photograph, thats cool with me!
  • What if my baby cries or won’t sleep at the session?​
    It is very possible that your baby will cry at some point in the session. This is because they are babies and babies do cry when they are tired or hungry. I will always take my time to settle baby to ensure they are in a deep settled sleep. It is very normal for the first hour of the session to involve settling the baby. Some babies sleep within 2 minutes, others can take a little longer.
  • How long with the session last?
    Newborn sessions can be long; I allocate 2-4 hours for each newborn session, this allows time for feeding, changing, settling etc. Family sessions are usually around an hour depending on your little ones. Of course every session is different and some are quicker than others. The little ones normally tell us when they've had enough!!
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