I consider my day extra happy when I see shoots as pretty as the one we’re featuring today. This soon-to-come-out princess is going to receive the precious name Tyara. I think it was totally witty that Mommy Meryll had the cutest tiara shot captured by Paul Vincent Photography. All the candy colors are just too adorable for words right? Yes, today is an oh-so-happy day here at Baby and Breakfast.
Today’s little munchkin is Sofia. Her pink picnic shoot is just bursting with cuteness! We loved the collaboration of Little People Photography and Phoebe Rutaquio to create an awesome video and pretty photos. Isn’t it amazing how a whole lot of pink seems to make the world a better place?
As a parent, we want to cherish our children forever. Some of us want to stop time and just enjoy their innocence–and of course, their cuteness. Having a simple shoot like this set sent to us by Dustein Sibug is beyond priceless. The best part is they get to look back at it a few years from now and see how they had fun with their siblings! Also, from what I heard, it was only their mom who styled their outfits (totally the perfect balance of youth, style and charm… way to go mom)! Sigh… I am so in love with the colors that were set against the lovely beach setting. Two thumbs up for these gorgeous photos!
I think it’s appropriate to start with something very close to home. Although we already have a list of too-cute-for-words features lined up, I decided to open with a post that was the reason why all this talk of a baby blog began. July of last year, my little boy Matti celebrated his first birthday. This was when styled children’s parties were very rare. But I wanted something different from the cartoon/character parties (I’m sure he’d be asking me for one when he’s older). So taking advantage of the fact that I still had the primary say on the theme of the party, I gathered a handful of trusted wedding suppliers from the industry (thanks to Bride and Breakfast), and asked for their help. I wanted Matti’s party to be dapper, charming and sweet. I told them I wanted to used kites and bow ties which were also pretty rare then, so that meant I had to make the bowties myself. All things considered, this party was something to cherish and remember. The people involved in creating it were exceptionally creative and talented (I totally recommend them)! And the best thing is that it encouraged many of our readers to add whimsy, tastefulness and style to their little one’s party. Many of our faithful followers have seen this party from last year, but please indulge a happy mom just for today. This was where our love for unique and adorable parties began. And today we have Baby and Breakfast.