Labor Day Flash Sale! - San Antonio Maternity, Birth, and Newborn Photographer - Mamarazzi Photography
Are you, or someone you know expecting? In honor of labor day, not one, but TWO lucky mommas will win 50% off of their choice of a maternity OR a newborn session PLUS 50% off their makeover on the day of their session!!! Please read the rules carefully, and spread the word!
Details: Winners will be announced on September 3rd. You must complete the first 4 entries to win. Maternity sessions should be done between 28 and 32 weeks, newborn sessions should be done when baby is between 5 and 10 days old ideally.
If you are a winner, you have 48 hours to contact me, or an alternate winner will be chosen. The discount applies to the session and makeover fees only, collections/packages start at $150. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me for more information. Good luck!!! :)
Earlier this month I got to play with 6 month old Lukas, and his cousin, 12 month old Maggie. Maggie was visiting for just a few days, and I was honored that they decided to spend a little time with me during their stay. :) They were both such sweeties, and there were smiles all around, especially when we brought out my tin! I think we all had fun. Aren't they just to-die-for-cute?!?!
A couple of weeks back I had the honor of photographing a homecoming for one of our military families. It was an editing day for me, and I was checking Facebook when I got tagged to a post from someone looking for a photographer. It was a short notice request. Her husband was coming home a week early and the photographer she'd hired for the event was booked that night. As a veteran, and a military wife as well, I understand how important these events are. I could make it happen, so I offered my services. We got plans ironed out, and I had my gear ready to go.
I didn't want to show up in my "editing day" outfit (old t-shirt and shorts or *gasp* pajama pants), so I headed upstairs to get dressed. My door was locked. My keys were IN. MY. ROOM. Noooo! Panic set in as I realized that I had no way to get into my room, or transportation to the airport. I called my neighbor to see if she could give me a ride. Worse case scenario I'd just look... um... eccentric when I showed up. She didn't answer; I was running out of time. My husband was across town at work, also not answering.
By now I was envisioning my client standing in the terminal waiting for me to show up. She didn't have a cell phone, so I couldn't let her know what was going on. I could just feel her growing concern, and how she'd feel when she realized nobody was coming. Suddenly, I heard a big CRASH! upstairs. My 13-yr-old son had been trying to get my door open, and finally just put all his weight into it. The doorjamb was a little messed up, but not seriously. I rushed in, dressed, and dashed out the door.
I was so thankful that my son was able to come to my rescue, so I could go and capture this hero's return to his family. :)
I had the opportunity to do a maternity session in the city and I loved it! She had an amazing maternity dress that looked stunning on her, and we had fun finding cool spots to shoot. I can't help but hear the lyrics "hot child in the city" when I look at her images! Just check them out, I'm pretty sure you'll agree...
So happy to connect with this busy family for an early morning session with their cuties! It was a muggy morning, but we made it work. :) Look at those happy faces! I seriously have some of the best looking clients, just sayin'.
Back in April I had the privilege of photographing the first child of one of my high school friends. Isabelle's momma and I have known each other for 20 years! It was so much fun to remember the church youth ski trips, choir retreats, and hanging out at Taco Villa on Wednesday nights. Little Isabelle is such a little cutie, and she's looking more and more like her beautiful momma every day!
Sweet Sophia came to see me! I had so much fun with this little 8 pound princess. I know her family is so thrilled to have her, and I'm a little sad to say that it will be a long time before I get to see her again.
The military life means lots of moves sometimes, and she will be leaving to a new duty station before long. In the mean-time, I wish this little Aggie fan all the best!
I am an artist at heart and have been ever since I can remember. I have been blessed with four beautiful children and an amazing husband. One of my favorite things to do is help others capture beautiful memories that will last a lifetime.