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You will be thrilled with your images, not just satisfied. If the beauty of your portraits does not capture your heart, we will do whatever is necessary to make it so or refund every penny of your creation fee, no questions asked and no hard feelings. You deserve the best and we are committed to creating it for you.

Innocence Captured!

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There is nothing so tender – so intimate – and so endearing as beautiful portraits of parents with their newborn baby.  These are memories that you will treasure for your lifetime, and will quite possibly become part of your family legacy.

Newborn portraits are best done as soon as possible after birth – within the first 3-10 days of birth. The baby’s immediate family is included – mom, dad and siblings, and occasionally includes grandparents holding the little miracle.

If the newborn opportunity slips by, a Mommy & Me session can also be done – for babies 2 to 8 weeks of age.  This session accents the bond between mom and baby, which has grown very close by this time. Even though they are not fresh newborn portraits, they do capture the wonderful memories of your infant child.

Either session is our gift to you for enrolling in the Baby Steps program.  That means 5 sessions, plus the first year portrait panel for just $299!
Of course, these sessions are always available individually.  Just give us a call to see what works best for you.

See the Baby Steps information here.

We Love Tiny Babies!  If you are expecting one to join your family, don’t wait to call!
Then come chat with us to set it up.  No cost or obligation.

509.782.3554

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What People Say:

Grams

“Our portrait on the wall in my home is a reflection of our life – a great memory of our 50th anniversary. We had a fun time, and Michael made those who were nervous at ease.” 

Judy & Gary Grams, Cashmere