Every summer these snowbird grandparents come up to visit their granddaughters for a couple weeks in Sun Prairie. They’ve made it a tradition to get family portraits done while they are here. There’s a special bond between grandparents and grandchildren that I love to capture. These two girls adore their grandparents and loved to laugh with them.
The Hager family gifted this extended family session to grandma for a birthday present. I can’t think of a better gift for a grandma than extended family pictures. Having pictures with the full family and then also ones with just the grand kids is something that this grandma will never forget.
The Archwamety family joined me for an extended family studio session. It’s always great to included the grandparents.
It’s always fun to include grandparents in sessions. This time we included them into a 1st birthday milestone session. We captured lovely portraits of her with her parents and grandparents. These are the moments to remember.
Last Christmas BJ reached out to me to purchase a session for a gift for his family. Since everyone in his family is spread across several states, it took a little time to finally get everyone together but it finally took place. We had so much fun at their family home in Sun Prairie. Even Eddie the dog joined in. I think their family photo with everyone rubbing grandpa’s head is by far my favorite extended family photo I’ve ever taken. So many laughs by all.
I’ve been photographing Ethan and Elliot since they were babies and I love that their mom contacted me to schedule a grandparent/grandchildren session. These are moment that go by too quickly and you never want to forget. I’m so glad she thought of scheduling a short session with them while they were up visiting from Florida.
It was a beautiful summer evening when I met the Meyer family out for their extended family session. Erik had contacted me months to set up this session as a gift for his parents 40th wedding anniversary. Full family picture are always great ideas for gifts even if the logistics of getting multiple family schedules to line up is a little tricky. This is a gift grandma and grandpa will treasure forever. And something the children will love to look back on.