Stylized session {cleveland kids photographer}

Earlier in the spring, my designer friend Natalie Gartner owner of Little Miss Party Planner put together the most amazing tea party. We had two beautiful little girls, who got to enjoy *real* macarons, cake, and treats! There were felted craft pieces to fill in some decor, and Natalie’s own real tea set. The details of the tea party were stunning…

all about the details

 

The girls were both two years old, and you can see how much fun they had together, playing in their beautiful gowns, provided by LMPP. meant to be sharedtea-2wm

It wouldn’t be a toddler party, without a little sass, and Miss Cece had it to spare; I love that we had time to let the kids be kids, sassy faces and all.

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I was very spoiled as well, to see Natalie had set up this amazing “glamping” tent! I would love to set it up for simply styled Mommy and Me sessions! Maybe next April… 😉 tea-45wmtent fun

I am so grateful to Natalie for styling this incredible set. She has an eye for everything; I literally just had to show up and read the light. She plans beautiful events, weddings, parties– you name it. There is nothing she cannot do. If you’re planning a party, and want it to have a special touch, reach out to Natalie AKA Little Miss Party Planner. You will not regret it!
A special thank you to Shawna Polimene and Miss Cece for playing!
(sign ups for the tea party have now closed, but you can schedule your own full tea party session for September or even 2019 by emailing wendy@wboycephotos.com!)

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