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Spring in Vermont - VT Family Photography

Spring in Vermont- Annual Family Mini-Session Day!

Spring in Vermont is not something to take for granted, and as a Vermont family photographer, I certainly don’t! May is the start of my busy season, and my annual day of spring mini-sessions is a highlight. I love seeing so many beautiful families in one day, and we lucked out with a beautiful rain-free spring day.

The Details:

This was my first year holding my mini-sessions in South Burlington. I’ve been a long time fan of Wheeler Homestead and I was thrilled to introduce this gorgeous location to eight super fun families. This gorgeous South Burlington garden has so much to offer. The view is amazing, the flowers are plentiful, and there are tons of things to see and do before or after photos. It’s designed with children and families in mind and sums up my love of Vermont. If you haven’t visited Wheeler Homestead before, you definitely should check it out!

Spring in Vermont- Green Grass at Last!

It goes without saying, that spring in Vermont is a welcomed change. As a photographer, I’m even more aware of the changes of the seasons. The green grass, the blooming trees, the warmer temperatures- it’s all part of what I love about my spring mini-session day. Wheeler Homestead is home to multiple gardens, a gorgeous view of the green mountains, and on this day, some beautiful pink trees. The families I photographed this day were just as enamored by the signs of spring as I was!

Scheduling a Mini-Session

I offer Mini-Sessions on a very limited basis, but they do happen every year! I consistently offer a day of shorter sessions once in the spring, and again in the fall. Availability is limited and they almost always sell out via my mailing list before they are advertised elsewhere. If you’re interested in one of these sessions in the future, you can reach out HERE to be added to my mailing list. I hope you enjoy scrolling through these happy smiles- think spring Vermont!

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