Spring Muted Colors Newborn Session Bel Air, MD Photographer

I love the muted colors and floral accents her beautiful mama chose for her newborn session portraits. So many favorites to share from her session, which means lots of baby girl cuteness coming your way in this gallery preview.

When styling my posed newborn sessions, I always keep your color preferences in mind. We also consider the season in which baby is born. Mom relayed she is a fan of light green, blues, pinks tones and florals, and with in mind, I created a custom session curated to their taste and preferences while also sticking true to my muted, moodier and dreamy newborn images. I love how beautiful she looked in mauve pink and all these muted colors and floral accents

This darling baby girl slept wonderfully for me – a complete treat!

Bel Air, MD newborn photographer

I absolutely love being a Maryland Newborn Photographer, it gives me the privilege of meeting so many wonderful families during such an exciting time of their lives. Whether a family is having their first child, or their second or third, it’s always such a wonderful time of change for the family.

I would love to work with you and your family, to capture precious moments of your new bundle of joy. If you are interested in booking a newborn session, fill out the form on the CONTACT page so we can start planning your custom newborn session!

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Located in Harford County, Maryland, Sugarloaf Photography was established during the summer of 2011. Over the years, Jussara has perfected her craft in capturing maternity, newborn, and baby photography, making her one of the most sought-after photographers in the region.


Clients who seek Sugarloaf Photography's services are guaranteed superior customer service and timeless images that will be treasured by their families for generations.


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