Late last October, I had the opportunity to create some beautiful maternity portraits for this sweet couple in Beacon Hill and at the Boston Public Garden! Sarah and Justin are first-time expecting parents and I was so excited to capture this special time for them.
Beacon Hill Maternity Session
Sarah and Justin are so excited to be first-time parents; But what’s even more exciting is that they’re expecting twin boys! It was important to Sarah that the images from their session be natural and relaxed. I can completely relate to this request! It can feel awkward to be in the front of the camera sometimes. I like to give plenty of direction during sessions to help people feel as relaxed as possible!
Since it was October, we wanted to be sure to capture some fall colors and of course a little bit of Boston in the background. We decided to visit Acorn Street in Beacon Hill, which happens to be one of the most photographed streets in America! There is nothing more picturesque than the red brick buildings, cobblestones and all of the greenery that surround the homes here. After Acorn Street, we headed down to the Boston Public Garden. You can’t get much more ‘Boston’ than these two locations!
Justin & Sarah were so sweet together, and it is always so fun for me to witness relationships like this. They were so comfortable, easily making each other smile and laugh the whole time we were together. I could tell they are a really great team and will be wonderful parents to their baby boys.
Boston Maternity Photos | Cara Soulia Photography
This maternity session is part of a “Belly to Birth package“, which includes a maternity session and a newborn session. I can’t wait to share the photos from their newborn session in an upcoming blog post!
Are you expecting? Maternity photos can such a sweet memory to look back on. Please get in touch to learn more about having a maternity session with me!
Cara Soulia is a Boston maternity photographer who specializes in capturing real and beautiful connections in a unique and artistic way. See more of Cara’s work on the blog!