Baby Bump Picture Ideas

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1.  Front View-  Besides the classic belly profile, don’t forget to take a straight-on front view facing the camera.

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8.  Shadow- Have fun playing with shadows for a unique maternity photo.

SOURCES:  {A} The De Jaureguis {B} Loriana Marie Photography {C} Elizabeth Ann Photography {D} Mom Photo {E} Stine Pedersen Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Cami Worthington {B} Heather Sali Photography {C} Loriana Marie Photography {D} Kate Elizabeth Photography {E} Kelly Bik Photography

Maternity Photo Shoot Ideas – Family Silhouete Picture Poses

SOURCES:  {A} Nicole Paulson Photography {B} Chard Photographer {C} Kristin LaRue {D} Ashley Johnson Photography {E} Chard Photographer

SOURCES:  {A} Arielle Elise Photography {B} Justin and Hannah {C} Justin and Hannah {D} Arielle Elise Photography {E} Justin and Hannah

45.  Baby Clothes-  Aren’t these photos showcasing baby’s clothes just adorable? We found some great plain white onesies for gender neutral, blue onesies, and pink onesies.

24.  Hug Belly- Here are some cute poses that put the focus completely on baby!

The Mom The Couple The Big Brother / Sister The Whole Family

SOURCES:  {A} Live Joy Photography {B} Nicole Paulson Photography {C} Atonagel Photography {D} Susanne Ashby Photography {E} Maria Snider Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Allen Kramer on Veronika’s Blushing {B} Kate Benson Photography {C} Kate Elizabeth Photography {D} Kate Benson Photography {E} Ava Marie Photography

41.  Balloons-  Colored balloons are a great way to incorporate the baby’s gender. These giant, round balloons always photograph beautifully!

20.   Top of Head Kiss- There’s nothing sweeter than a top of the head kiss, except for maybe a picture that includes a cute baby bump too.

SOURCES:  {A} Chard Photographer {B} M Houser Photography {C} Dave Richards Photography {D} Live Joy Photography {E} Carolyn Kipper

13.  Face to Face- Lean in until your foreheads are touching for a seriously sweet picture.

SOURCES:  {A} M Houser Photography {B} Carolyn Kipper Photography {C} Jamado Photography {D} Chard Photographer {E} B Couture Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Kate Elizabeth Photography {B} Erica Williams {C} Chard Photographer {D} Heather Sali Photography {E} Christine Naomi Photography

10.  Silly-  If you’re not the serious type, feel free to get goofy and have fun with it!

40.  Book-  Get a picture with your favorite baby book, like Guess How Much I Love You, Are You My Mother?, I Love You Forever, and The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

SOURCES:  {A} Susanne Ashby Photography {B} Photography by Asiya {C} David Richards Photography {D} Atonagel Photography {E} Laura Murray Photography

22.  Lying Down- Here are several fun poses you can try out lying on the ground.

11.  Holding Hands-  Hold hands while you walk for a candid and natural looking photo.

SOURCES:  {A} Kristin LaRue {B} Carolyn Kipper Photography {C} Claudia Farr Photography {D} Jessica Blex {E} Melissa Gomez Photography

SOURCES:  {A} The De Jaureguis {B} Nicole Paulson Photography {C} Lightly Photo {D} B Couture Photography {E} Kelly Garvey Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Carolyn Kipper Photography {B} Erin Wallis Photography {C} Chard Photographer {D} Kate Benson Photography {E} Chard Photographer

3.  Belly Profile-  Of course, you have to have a classic profile view to showcase your belly.

SOURCES:  {A} Lily Love Photography {B} Carolyn Kipper Photography {C} Jamado Photography {D} B Couture Photography {E} Lily Love Photography

12.  Back to Back- Stand back to back to really show off your baby bump.

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SOURCES:  {A} Jamado Photography {B} B Couture Photography {C} Wild Whim Photography {D} Diary of a Fit Mommy {E} Live Joy Photography

Adding some fun and unique props is a great way to personalize your pictures and turn an ordinary photo shoot into an extraordinary one.  Here are lots of fun ideas to get the wheels spinning.Thank you Amazon prime and 2 day shipping you can have these props (well some of them..can’t buy a dog on Amazon) show up at your door!Pink Balloons, Blue Balloons, LOVE letters, and Are you my mother? 39.  Umbrella–  Use an umbrella to capture shadows or just add a fun pop of color.

Your photographer is sure to have great ideas and guidance on posing, but it’s a great idea to find some poses that you LOVE beforehand to show your photographer.  That way you’re sure to get on the same page and you’ll be able to capture just the kind of shots you’re looking for and will treasure forever!

SOURCES:  {A} Claudia Farr Photography {B} Heather Sali Photography {C} Casey’s Chaos {D} Atonagel Photography {E} Lucky Friday Studios

SOURCES:  {A} Nicole Paulson Photography {B} Julie Parker Photography {C} Trish Barker Photography {D} Nicole Paulson Photography

Maternity Photo Shoot Ideas – Upside Down Kiss Picture Poses

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SOURCES:  {A} Carolyn Kipper Photography {B} Christine Choi {C} Diary of a Fit Mommy {D} Baby Bliss Photography {E} Nicole Paulson Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Cozy Clicks Photography {B} Chard Photographer {C} Eric Kelley {D} Christine Naomi Photography {E} Jeanna Hayes Photo

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SOURCES:  {A} Ettevy Photography {B} Chard Photographer {C} Chard Photographer {D} Susanne Ashby Photography {E} EP Love

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18.  Upside Down Kiss- Here’s a fun kissing pose that is great for showing off your baby belly.

19.  Forehead Kiss- This pose is great for capturing genuine emotions.

SOURCES:  {A} Chard Photographer {B} Ettevy Photography {C} Susanne Ashby Photography {D} K & J Diaries {E} Little Blonde Book

50.  Sign-  Use a sign to create your own personal and heartfelt message to your baby. A simple, ready-to-paint chalkboard like this would work perfectly! It will be a picture s/he will keep forever. Don’t forget your chalk markers.

SOURCES:  {A} Carolyn Kipper Photography {B} Susanne Ashby Photography {C} Kensie Lee Photography {D} Carolyn Kipper {E} Kate Elizabeth Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Ettevy Photography {B} Nicole Paulson Photography {C} Drew B Photography

SOURCES:  {A} The De Jaureguis {B} Kelly Hicks Design {C} Braedon Photography {D} Casey Martinez Photography {E} Kate Benson Photography

38.  Mom in Front- Focus on mom’s belly in the foreground, with the rest of the family in the background.

SOURCES:  {A} Whit Meza Photography {B} Kelly Hicks Design {C} Ettevy Photography {D} Kathleen Amelia Photography {E} Tammy Cedar Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Chard Photographer {B} Chard Photographer {C} Andria Lindquist {D} Kelly Hicks Design {E} Devon Anne Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Carolyn Kipper Photography {B} Evin Photography {C} Kate Elizabeth Photography {D} Ashley Johnson Photography {E} Connection Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Kelly Klatt {B} B Couture Photography {C} Susanne Ashby Photography {D} Mary Kizina Photography {E} Jessica Blex

6.  From Above- Ask your photographer is s/he can get a shot from above for a very flattering view of your figure.  (It gets rid of that double chin in an instant!)

17.  Kissing- There no better way to capture your love on film than with a couple kissing pictures.

48.  Pet-  If you have a pet, why not bring him along to sneak into a couple of pictures?

SOURCES:  {A} Kensie Lee Photography {B} B Couture Photography {C} Elizabeth Ann Photography {D} Kreatid {E} B Couture Photography

42. Chair-  Use a decorative chair for different posing options.

SOURCES:  {A} Christine Naomi Photography {B} Ettevy Photography {C} Laura Murray Photography {D} Chard Photographer {E} Kensie Lee Photography

When I had my first baby eight years ago, weekly baby bump photos weren’t really a thing. Maternity photos were the trend. Sometime during the second trimester, I planned a couple of cute flow-y dresses to wear, and one of my photog friends took pics of my big ole belly. We still have those pictures framed today, and they turned out so well. With my second baby, we ditched the professional shoot, and opted for candids. But today I’m surrounded by more and more images of moms-to-be who are capturing each week of their belly’s progress in creative ways. I’m not thinking about having a third baby, but it would be fun to do a month-to-month bump photo series.

SOURCES:  {A} Christine Choi {B} Chard Photographer {C} Kelly Klatt {D} B Couture Photography {E} Atonagel Photography

37.  Holding Hands- Here’s a simple pose, just line up and hold hands.

SOURCES:  {A} Evin Photography {B} Rebekah Westover Photography {C} M Houser Photography {D} Jessica Hamlin Photography {E} Kate Benson Photography

16.  Side Hug- Try facing the camera while your husband turns away for a sweet side hug.

47.  Flowers-  Flowers a great prop because they are natural, but still add color and interest to the photo.

SOURCES:  {A} Atonagel Photography {B} Maria Snider Photography {C} Kate Benson Photography {D} Erin Fonnesbeck Photography {E} Kate Elizabeth Photography

30.  Standing- Here are a variety of wonderful family standing poses.

SOURCES:  {A} Rebekah Westover Photography {B} Devon Anne Photography {C} Aria Photography {D} Christine Naomi Photography {E} Chard Photographer

27.  Kiss Belly- You don’t even have to get them to look at the capture if you ask them to kiss your tummy.

14.  Hugging- Get a picture hugging to capture sincere expressions and emotions.

SOURCES:  {A} Yuna Leonard Photography {B} Aria Photography {C} Carolyn Kipper Photography {D} Susanne Ashby Photography {E} Carolyn Kipper Photography

SOURCES:  {A} The De Jaureguis {B} Lightly Photo {C} Carolyn Rife Photography {D} Laura Murray Photography {E} Ettevy Photography

And there you have it!  More ideas than you’ll ever know what to do with.  {Told you it was worth the pin.}

Yep, you asked and we listened!  Ever since we aired our 101 Tips and Ideas for Couples Photography, 101 Family Picture Tips & Ideas, AND 50+ Tips and Ideas for Newborn Photography, we’ve had several of you asking for MATERNITY photography inspiration.  Well, today we are delivering!  To make browsing easier for you, we’ve divided the post into 3 categories that you click on to go straight to the content you want!:

28.  Sitting on Belly- Let your toddler sit on your growing belly with this darling pose.

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Maternity Photo Shoot Ideas – Belly-From-Above Picture Poses

SOURCES:  {A} Jamado Photography {B} Atonagel Photography {C} Jamado Photography {D} Wildflower Photgraphy {E} Chard Photographer

49.  Globe or Map-  Use a map or globe to show what area of the world your baby is coming from.

23.  Sitting- Trying sitting in between your spouse’s legs or leaning back into his chest.

SOURCES:  {A} Live Joy Photography {B} Devon Anne Photography {C} Susanne Ashby Photography {D} Ashley Johnson Photography {E} Allen Kramer on Veronika’s Blushing

Get ready for some serious maternity photography inspiration! Today we’re sharing 50 stunning maternity photo shoot ideas! We’ve got SO many photoshoot ideas for maternity pictures like pose ideas, outfit ideas and more! You’re pregnancy photoshoot just got a whole lot better!

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9.  All Belly –  Besides the full-body shots, make sure you get a couple close-ups zoomed in on your cute belly.

SOURCES:  {A} Ettevy Photography {B} Kate Benson Photography {C} Christine Choi {D} Kate Elizabeth Photography {E} Yuna Leonard Photography

5.  Sitting- Here are a variety of fun poses you can try while sitting down.

32.  Kissing- Snap a shot of the whole family sharing some love.

SOURCES:  {A} Connection Photography {B} Bumble Alley Photography {C} Nicole Paulson Photography {D} Backyard Boutique {E} B Couture Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Erin Wallis Photography {B} Jamado Photography {C} Whitney Owen Photography {D} The Image is Found {E} Kate Benson Photography

Pregnancy is so unpredictable. Will you be nauseous? Probably, but not definitely. Will you carry high or low? Will your ankles swell, or stay surprisingly normal? There’s really no way to know what you’re pregnancy will be like until you’re in it. Even if you’ve been pregnant before, this time is bound to be different. The one constant of any healthy pregnancy is a growing baby bump. As your size and shape changes, it’s fun to document the changes each month. It’s amazing to know that you’re actually growing a person in there, right?!? I’ve had two babies, and I’m still like, “That’s crazy/miraculous!” Here, I’ve gathered up adorable weekly baby bump photo ideas to document your changing baby bump each month.

15.  Hug from Behind- Having your husband hug you from behind is a great pose for showing off the belly and still feeling natural.

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43.  Letters-  Spell out your baby’s name, gender, or any message you like! You can grab some ready-to-paint MDF letters here.

SOURCES:  {A} Mom Photo {B} The Red Letter Days {C} Kelly Hicks Design {D} Heather Sali Photography {E} Susanne Ashby Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Braedon Photography {B} B Couture Photography {C} Chard Photographer {D} Lizelle Lotter Photography {E} Carolyn Kipper Photography

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36.  Playing- Get a photo of your family playing and interacting together.

34.  Hands on Belly- Have every place a hand on mommy’s belly.

21.  Hand on Cheek- Placing your hand on your spouse’s cheek is a great way to soften up a picture.

SOURCES:  {A} Justin and Hannah {B} Jillian Burden {C} Jessica Overholt {D} Arielle Elise Photography {E} Jessica Overholt {F} Jessica Overholt

26.  Hug Belly- Capture a picture of your son or daughter hugging your belly.

SOURCES:  {A} Carolyn Kipper Photography {B} Allyson Cheney with epagaFOTO {C} Nicole Paulson Photography

SOURCES:  {A} Ettevy Photography {B} Nicole Paulson Photography {C} Melissa Gomez Photography {D} Tiffany from Sarah Pudlo & Co {E} M Houser Photography

44.  Sonogram-  Bring along your baby’s sonogram for some sweet, personalized pictures. This is the perfect frame to use for the first photo.

This post is seriously PACKED with photoshoot ideas.  What’s more, we even put together this guide of awesome pregnancy announcement ideas that you have to check out! Trust me when I say, you’re going to want to pin this baby right now!  Then just sit back, relax, and SCROLL!

2.  Lying Down-  Lying on your back is often a very flattering pose and angle to capture.

35.  Silhouette- Arrange the lighting and timing to capture a family silhouette that you’ll treasure forever.

31.  Sitting- Try one of these creative sitting poses while interacting with your family.

We just ADORE all of the fun adoption photo shoots that have been popping up on pinterest.  What a great alternative to the traditional maternity photo sessions!  These are pictures you and your baby are sure to treasure forever.

33.  Hugging- Hugging poses are great at capturing your family’s personalities and expressions, and you don’t even have to have the kids look at the camera.

29.  A Little Fun– Don’t forget to have a little fun with your little mini during your maternity photo shoot!

SOURCES:  {A} Aria Photography {B} Bambini Photography {C} Evin Photography {D} Drew B Photography {E} Nicole Paulson Photography

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SOURCES:  {A} Chase and Katie {B} B Couture Photography {C} Ettevy Photography {D} Chard Photographer {E} Carolyn Kipper Photography

46.  Bump Sign-  Draw attention to your cute bump with a traffic “Bump” sign. You can get your very own here!

25.  Silly- Don’t be afraid to get a little silly together for some fun pictures that show off your personalities. 

7.  Silhouette- Try capturing a silhouette for a truly stunning and timeless picture.

SOURCES:  {A} Atonagel Photography {B} Brooke Ashley Photography {C} Jamado Photography {D} Kate Benson Photography {E} Maria Snider Photography

4.  Peeking-  Here’s a fun idea, hide behind a tree, door, or wall with just your belly and face peeking out.

SOURCES:  {A} Erin Fonnesbeck Photography {B} Diana Elizabeth Blog {C} Christine Choi {D} Carolyn Kipper Photography {E} EP Love

Baby Bump Picture Ideas