5 Tips for a great gender reveal session
If you are planning a gender reveal session in the near future, here are some tips to help you with your preparation.
Once you find out your ultrasound date, call and schedule a reveal session. There’s nothing worse than being excited and wanting to tell the world about your little prince or princess, only to find out that your photographer is booked for the next two months and can’t get you in for adorable reveal photos. I suggest scheduling a date and a backup date in case your baby is being modest on ultrasound day. This way, if you don’t find out on the date that you thought you would, I will still have a spot reserved for when you do find out.
During your pre-session consult, we can discuss how you would like to do your reveal. I can help you brainstorm, but also suggest looking around to find ideas and a style that you like. Do you want to use blue and pink balloons, glitter, a cake, or paint? What’s your style?
After you’ve found an idea you like, try to change it to make it your own by adding personal touches unique to you and your spouse.
If this is not your first child, I always love having the big brother/sister(s) involved in the photos. It makes it so much more exciting and shows the whole family together waiting in anticipation for their new family member.
This is something that is not required,but I do recommend it.
I love to capture the real emotion when the parents first find out for the very first time the gender of their child. If you find out at your appointment, the initial surprise (sometimes shock) is over.
Wait until your session, ask your doctor not to tell you, but instead
If you’re doing balloons, I can fill the box for you. If you’re having a special cake baked, you can tell us the baker and we will inform them what color to fill it with, etc. I am here to help you.
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