I had so much fun putting together this toddler Valentines day photoshoot. I wanted fun and cute holiday photos of my kids, but didn’t want to spend a lot of money. I started to learn how to do it myself and thought I would share how I did it. I included all props and outfits I used to make this happen. You can see all the details below!
I didn’t know anything about photography a couple years ago and started to learn on my own to save money. I started to share some of the things I learned here on my blog. Check out more of my DIY photoshoot tips HERE.
Valentines Day Photoshoot Props
You don’t need a lot of props for this Valentines day photoshoot. The only props are the heart balloons you hang up on the backdrop and the wooden boxes the boys sit on.
Valentines Day Photoshoot Outfits
I wanted to keep things simple for this Valentines day photoshoot. I thought it would be cute to do a simple white button up shirt with suspenders and jeans. I wish I had black converse because that would have been adorable touch to the outfit. I think the outfit turned out pretty cute!
Links to the outfit
Valentines Day Photoshoot Backdrop
Learn more about my backdrop on my online course how to take your own photos at home. Link to course HERE.
I used packing tape to attach the balloons to the backdrop. This tape worked best and the balloons never fell down during the photoshoot. I started by placing them from top to bottom, but halfway through I had to move the balloons down. So when you place them on the backdrop start from the bottom up. I had too much space on the bottom half. Star the balloons almost at the floor.
Here is a time lapse of me putting the backdrop together and taking the photos of the boys. It really was such a simple photoshoot and something you can easily do at home.
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Hope this blog post helped so you can recreate this adorable Valentines day photoshoot at home. I’d love to see the photos you take using my tips. Post them below so I can see and others can see how fun and easy it is to do these photoshoots at home.
I go more into detail on how to take your own photos at home and get them to look professional. I have video footage of me showing you how I made my wooden backdrop. I’ll share with you all the photography equipment I use. I’ll teach you how to edit your photos to add presets and remove unwanted objects from a photo. Tips and tricks on how to get kids to look at the camera and what settings to put your camera on. Everything you need to get that professional photo, but at home! Check out my course!
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