16 Adorable Valentine’s Day Photo Opp IdeasJanuary 23, 2017 / byLiz / Categories : Feeds
Each holiday I love taking a few fun, themed photographs of my little ones. Valentine’s Day is one of my favorites because I love the bright red and pink colors. And who doesn’t love balloons, conversation hearts and sweet treats?
If you’re planning a little Valentine’s Day photo opp with your kiddos, here is some awesome inspiration. You can go as as simple or elaborate as you want. Even just stepping outside with a giant red sucker will do the trick!
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16 Adorable Valentine’s Day Photo Opp Ideas
Daddy Be Mine – via Rachel Marie’s Photography
Raining Hearts – via Lookie Loo Photography
White Paper Hearts – via Brooke Bryand
Red Balloons and a Bowtie – via MCP Actions
Babies in Hershey Kisses – via Melissa Pickens
Heart Lollipop – via Jackie Willome
Baby Cupid and Arrow – via Melissa Diep
My Heart Belongs To Mommy – via Tall Mom Tiny Baby
A Handful of Conversation Hearts – via Nicole Coffield
Love Blocks – via East Brook Photography
Enormous Valentine Cookie – via Alicia Thurston
Valentine in the Snow – via Becca Bond Photography
Paper Hearts on a warm day – via Jinky Art
Baby in a Bowl – via A Walker Photography
Blowing Heart Confetti – via Amy Bailey
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