Baby Photo Ideas
Birth Announcement with Siblings
Include older siblings when creating announcements for the new baby. Not only will everyone love seeing both kids, but it's sure to promote peace and harmony at home!
Go Black and White
With just a touch, you can turn a picture into B&W or sepia-toned and create a more artistic look. You'll have people believing you actually know what you're doing!
Grab whatever emotional pictures you have on hand or think outside the box when taking new ones. Crop in on embraces, holding hands, etc. for a precious shot everyone will love.
This is real life! Include outtakes for some of your best cards ever.
Thank You Cards
A special gift deserves a special card. Include a picture of the gift, like a pretty new dress, to personalize your thank you card.
Include images of multiple generations on cards. Not only does it make a nice card but it's a great keepsake as well.
Document your baby's milestones in a photo calendar for friends and family who live afar. What a great gift idea to keep them in touch with baby's progress.
Put Mom in the Picture
If Mom is the one always taking the pictures, don't forget to hand the camera off to someone else. You'll want to record your own precious moments with baby.
TIP: At regular intervals, capture the sweet evolution of your face - and your baby's. You'll be glad you did!
Think about the ways in which your baby fits into your world. Then take a moment to capture it forever in a photograph.
Milestones Photo Book
Document all your baby's milestones in a small photo book.
From solid food to first steps, this first photo book will be a favorite.
Family Introductions Photo Book
Make a photo book with pictures of all your distant relatives. Flip through it at bedtime along with all those story books. When family comes to visit, baby will already know who they are!
Fashion Show Photo Book
Babies spend so little time in those too-cute clothes. Photograph your darling in each of his or her outfits and make a photo book to remember them.
Facial Expressions Photo Collage
We all have our moments. Combine pictures with different expressions into a collage for a fun way to appreciate your baby's unique personality!
Unique Timelines Collage
Children grow in the blink of an eye! Taking pictures at regular intervals will help you (and family and friends) appreciate their growth.
TIP: Use the same background for each picture taken at regular intervals; for instance, baby sitting in the same chair. It's a fun way to see how your child has grown!
Go way beyond the traditional brag book. Create a Picture Movie DVD for Grandma or out of town friends and relatives. Add some fun music with songs like Baby Love or Can't Get Enough of You, Baby.