Saskatoon Newborn Photography- When to book your newborn session?
Updated: Feb 3, 2021
First pf all congratulations on your pregnancy! How absolutely exciting! You are probably already making a list of things you need to get for your little baby from cute clothes to bottles, pacifiers, crib, beddings etc etc. Yes the list can go on and on and on. To tell you the truth it seems like you need a lot but in reality you only need a few necessities but that's another blog post on that. One more thing you do need to put on your .list which I would call very essential if you ask me is hiring a newborn photographer. I know I know you are just mid in your pregnancy but trust me you do not want to leave that till the end and here is why with a few other questions answered.
When is the best time to book a newborn session?
The best time to book a session for your little squish is around 20 weeks or after the 20 week ultrasound.
Why so early?
A newborn session can approximately take up to 3 hours depending which package you are booking. I am only booking limited numbers of due dates per month to guarantee that I can get you into the studio within first 14 days after birth and since babies come whenever they please I only book a limited sessions per month.
How old does my baby need to be for a newborn session?
Almost all my newborn sessions are done between 7-14 or 21 days after birth.
Do I need to bring anything?
Your baby - of course other than that there is only a few things you may want to bring , other than that I supply everything including dippers, wipes, bum cream but of course you can have your own to use if you wish. A full list of what you need to bring will be sent to you at booking so don't stress about that now.
How do I book a session?
You can inquire to book here https://www.joannakomorekphotography.com/contact
Do you offer payment plans??
Yes I certainly do and they can be all customized to your needs. Another reason why booking a session early is so important as you will have more time to budget and save for it if necessary.
I think that answers some most common questions I get.
Talk to you soon,