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Kentucky Newborn Photographer

Kentucky Newborn Photographer Vintage Red Truck 2.jpg

I was finishing up this little newborn baby boys’ gallery and I just had to share an image from this newborn session in our Kentucky photography studio!

His mama brought in this amazing vintage red truck to be used in his pictures and I just love how it turned out :)

Sweet Bloom Photography specializes in newborn photography sessions in Kentucky - Our in-home studio is located in Lexington Kentucky. We serve the greater Central Kentucky area, including Lexington, Georgetown, Versailles, Richmond, Winchester, and more! Many of our clients even travel from out of state to see us :)

Newborn sessions take place in our fully stocked in-home photography studio, which is filled with overflowing props & accessories. All clients have complete access to our prop inventory - you don’t have to worry about bringing anything for your session, we will take care of it all! The studio is equipped with a comfy couch to relax on while I work my magic with your newborn. Snacks, tea, coffee & water are also provided for you to enjoy!

Newborn sessions are best photographed within the first 3 weeks of birth. Scheduling your newborn session during this time means that your baby will be much more sleepy and curled up so that I am able to easily pose your baby.

The actual arrival of your newborn is usually pretty unpredictable, so we book your session by holding space on our calendar for around the time of your due date. Then, one your baby has arrived, we will schedule a date/time for your session to take place.

All newborn sessions are all-inclusive! This means there are no packages or narrowing down images - you will receive all of the best images from your session, fully edited, and ready to download with a print release. You are guaranteed to receive at least 20 finished images, however, most sessions can expect around 30-40 images.

To view session pricing and additional information about newborn sessions: