I took my kids for a bike ride one spring afternoon and noticed an incredible patch of wildflowers. Now, as a Reno family + child photographer, you KNOW I had to come back and create Spring wildflower child portraits of my sweet daughter Indiana.
Adorable Spring wildflower child portraits
I purchased her lovely pink dress from GAP last year during the major spring lockdowns. She hadn’t really had a chance to wear it yet, and I thought it was the perfect shade of pink to mix with the natural purples, whites and yellows of the wild lupines and Shasta daisies.
It was incredibly refreshing to create portraits of my own daughter without any expectations. It was just a fun time. And I love how they turned out. But how could I not love every single portrait of my own beautiful daughter?
I love the images of Indiana twirling in her dress, and the many different expressions she made throughout our little evening in the wildflower patch.
We also utilized the cutest little wooden bridge over a small creek for some photos as well. She had so much fun singing and dancing on that bridge!
Sunset portraits at the pond
Just as we were about to get back into the car, the clouds that had been covering the sun moved and revealed the most beautiful light. So I caught a few quick pictures of her as the sunset was reflecting in the pond as well.
She was so happy and carefree during our little photoshoot together, which is EXACTLY what I wanted to capture about her. We call her our little sunflower and I hope ya’ll can see why. I love her so. Do you suppose she’s a wildflower?
If you’re interested in Spring child portraits, especially in this location, please reach out to me at the end of WINTER to schedule a special session like this!