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My name is Amy and I am blessed to be a wife to my high school sweetheart and mother to our four amazingly spirited children (one of which is an angel baby).

My passion is to make your family experience full of fun and giggles.

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What to wear for fall

Thank you Sixth-Bloom for sharing the perfect prep guide.

1- Fall colors such as darker shades of purple, yellow, orange, navy, tan and to top it off with a denim top is the cherry on top for me! I couldn't agree more.

2- Don’t Match! I don’t like for the entire family to match EXACTLY, but for each one to have a color that ties into the next one. So if dad wants to wear his favorite orange and blue plaid shirt, mom should choose a solid top for herself and the child(ren) and add pops of color that also tie back into dad’s shirt or add more depth to the style. A nice accessory might be an orange scarf or necklace on top of a tan top or a navy/orange bow for a child wearing a solid dress…just items to tie the overall look completely together.

3- Style Make sure to keep the overall look one STYLE such as dress casual. You don’t want to have one person wearing super casual clothing while the rest of the family is wearing church attire. Plan your clothing well before the session date and ask your photographer what he/she thinks of the things you picked out!

4-Texture and layering is a good thing and when used appropriately can really add dimension to your photos. A cute scarf or knit cardigan over a simple shirt can really add some character to your look. Watch out for items that make you look and/or feel bulky or weighed down.

5- Base Color i.e. Black, grey, denim, brown to help keep everyone grounded. Then add in two or three fun pops of color so everyone can add their own style to the outfit. Make sure to switch up the base through the outfit so you don’t have everyone in jeans and two different shirt colors. Put girls in dresses or tunics with tights. Have the guys wear your base color on top and choose a second base for them to wear on the bottom. Mix and match but make it fun. The goal is not for everyone to perfectly synced up. You want to be able to see a pattern when you take the photo as a whole.

6- Accessories can go a long way and when used to make a unique statement, they make the person wearing them feel awesome! A fun watch or cuff on mom, dad’s stylish tie, cute laced boots on your toddler or an adorable sparkle headband on the baby can really add a pop to the image. Try and make sure everyone has something about their outfit that it special to them.