Bluebell Location Photoshoots

Bluebell Location Photoshoots

Slice of Life Photography - Fine Art Photographer

Bluebell Location Photoshoots

We are so blessed in Lincolnshire to have some stunning Bluebell woodland.  The wild bluebells create such a stunning backdrop for woodland spring walks and quality family time.  A wonderful opportunity to make family memories in the great outdoors.   Why not sign up for a Bluebell Location Photoshoot with Slice of Life Photography so I can capture it all on capture for you so you also have precious photos to remind you of the fun.

Bluebell Location photoshoots are perfect for growing families, maternity photos, a couple shoot or even the family dog.

The Bluebells usually flower around the end of April and I am now planning dates.  As they are usually only in bloom for 2 – 3 weeks and I am running the London Marathon again this year in April there will be very limited availability for these beautiful outdoor photoshoots.   You will be able to reserve your slot with a £25 booking fee and then select from 3 great package choices (with the balance being payable one week before the session date).

What a perfect way to celebrate the start of Spring and the warmer weather.

If you would like to be first in the know when I release the date for these stunning Bluebell Location Photoshoots then please subscribe to the mailing list below.  All subscribers will receive a 24 hour advance booking opportunity via an email before spaces going on Public sale so its a great way to ensure you get the pick of times.

Keywords:  Family Photography, Family Photoshoot

Slice of Life Photography

Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

Address

Whaplode
Spalding
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom

Telephone

07545 778016

Christmas Photoshoot

Christmas Photoshoot

Slice of Life Photography - Fine Art Photographer

Christmas Photoshoots

Booking Now OPEN

As I’m sure your all aware by now I love Christmas.  I love the magic, the sparkle, the quality time with my family and watching my little ones faces light up with wonder.  It truly is a precious time.  Every year I embark on a Christmas Photoshoot with my own children which is turned into Christmas cards for family members, and every year those family members comment on how nice it is to receive such a personalised card.

2018 Christmas Photoshoots by Slice of Life Photography

Award winning Christmas Photoshoot

This year I am offering something slightly different in the studio.   This year’s Christmas Photoshoot includes 2 extra special images.   The first of which is my award winning magic book images.  Created with a simple setup in the studio and extra sparkle added during the editing process this lovely images captures your children enjoying the delights of a Christmas story against the backdrop of christmas lights.

2018 Christmas Photoshoots by Slice of Life Photography
2018 Christmas Photoshoots by Slice of Life Photography

The second images included within this years Christmas photoshoot is this wonderful magic window scene.  This image is a composite and your children will be photographed against a plain background.   The magic window scene with your children looking up as Santa fly’s past is one of my favourites and looks amazing as a Christmas card for family or even as December if you you create calendars for grandparents each year.

2 Package option

When booking for this year you will be given the option to add an additional 2 images to your shoot.  These to additional images include the window scene but looking out at a cheeky snowman and secondly the wonder of the snow globe.  Every child loves snow globes and their expressions as they marvel in the delight of the falling snow makes for great photos to celebrate the Christmas season.

2018 Christmas Photoshoots by Slice of Life Photography
2018 Christmas Photoshoots by Slice of Life Photography

Christmas Photoshoot details

Please note each session is suitable for up to a maximum of 3 children, please contact me prior to booking if you require a session for additional children.  These mini sessions are only suitable for babies that are sitting unsupported.  Parents will be required to provide christmas themed / coloured Pj’s for their children to wear during the photoshoot.

2018 Christmas Photoshoots by Slice of Life Photography

Book your Christmas Photoshoot NOW

To find out more or reserve your space for a 2018 Christmas Photoshoot at Slice of Life Photography then please visit the booking page below,

Keywords:Christmas Photoshoot, Childrens Photoshoot, New Born Photoshoot

Slice of Life Photography

Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

Address

Whaplode
Spalding
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom

Telephone

07545 778016

Autumn Outdoor Family Photoshoot

Autumn Outdoor Family Photoshoot

Slice of Life Photography - Fine Art Photographer

Autumn Outdoor Family Photoshoot

 

It is no secret that Autumn is my absolute favourite time of year.  I just love everything about it, the colours, the smells, walking through fallen leaves, conkers,  and the autumn light is a photographers dream.  These reasons are just a few that an Autumn Outdoor Family Photoshoot is a must for every family.  It is the perfect time to update your family photos, with everyone enjoying our beautiful countryside.

autumn outdoor family photoshoot Slice of Life Photography - Spalding photographer

Natural, Outdoor, Family Photoshoot

 

Enjoying an outdoor family photoshoot lends itself well to great natural photographs.  An opportunity to capture the little ones enjoying themselves outside in the sun, laughing, dancing and playing.  Making wonderful memories which I will capture on camera.

outdoor family photoshoot girl - Slice of Life Photography, Spalding, Lincolnshire
Baby playing with leaves during an outdoor photoshoot - Slice of Life Photography - Spalding photographer

Autumn colours are perfect for ensuring your photos compliment your home decor.   The beautiful brown and oranges tones look fantastic  when coordinated with natural or yellows and red clothing.

autumn outdoor family photoshoot - Slice of Life Photography - Spalding photographer
Throwing leaves in an autumn outdoor family photoshoot - Slice of Life Photography

Outdoor Family Photoshoot Locations

 

There are many beautiful areas in the Spalding area that are perfect locations for an Autumn family Photoshoot.  The gardens at Springfields shopping outlet being one of my favourites, however a children’s park can make a perfect backdrop too, some of the images displayed here were captured at the park just around the corner from my studio in Whaplode, near Spalding.

Book now for just £59

 

A Family Photoshoot with Slice of Life Photography can be reserved for a booking fee of just £59.  Book now and these beautiful autumn photos will be ready in plenty of time to present to family at Christmas.

autumn outdoor family photoshoot - Sisters - Slice of Life Photography, Lincolnshire

Want to know more?

 

To find out more or reserve your space now please just drop me a message below and I’ll be in touch very soon.

Enquire now!

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Keywords:  Family Photography, Family Photoshoot

Slice of Life Photography

Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

Address

Whaplode
Spalding
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom

Telephone

07545 778016

Newborn Photography Training Day in Spalding, Lincolnshire

Newborn Photography Training Day in Spalding, Lincolnshire

Newborn Photography Training Day in Spalding, Lincolnshire

23rd September 2017

Newborn Photography Training Day

It is so important within any trade to continue to learn and develop, otherwise your work becomes stagnant and outdated. Ongoing training ensure that knowledge and skills are up to date and enable professionals to deliver the best possible service. Ensuring I am able to provide my clients with amazing photographs of their little ones is so important to me and I want to ensure they feel confident in my abilities to care for their newborn and offer them an amazing experience. It is for these reasons that I continue to undertake regular training with other photographers.

As I have mentioned in previous blogs I under took a number of group training courses to improve my skills within Newborn Photography, Fairy Photoshoots, Outdoor photo sessions and wedding photography during 2016. This year I chose to invite another photographer to my studio to provide training on a one to one basis. Claire joined me at the beginning of September (once the craziness of the summer holidays was over) to spend time supporting me to grow within my newborn photography. Although I have previously trained within this area I wanted to streamline my work and be able to perfect poses further. Claire is also an expert within Newborn safety so was able to offer further advice and guidance to help me ensure that babies are safe and well cared for during their newborn photoshoot.

Claire and I spent a full day working with two beautiful newborns in my studio in Spalding. Working on a 1:1 basis with Claire allowed me to get much more hands on than in a group training environment and we were able to work on areas that were specific to my personal needs. Consequently, we spent time working on some of the poses I find more challenging and looked at how to still provide a full and varied gallery of newborn photos with babies that do not want to sleep or are not happy in the traditional posing that newborn photography is known for.

I would like to say a massive thank you to Claire for her amazing support and advise during the course. I cannot wait to attend the training retreat next year to learn more from Claire. And an extra thank you for bringing the stunning Unicorn bonnet with you. I have ordered and received my own now and I cannot wait to use it.

A massive thank you also to Elijah and Emilia’s Mummies for joining us during the day and allowing me to work with your two beautiful babies. Being able to work with babies (rather than posing dolls) during training is so invaluable to photographers when developing our skills. Both babies were amazing little models and allowed myself and Claire to create some beautiful images.

I have already noticed changes within newborn photography sessions that have taken place in the last two weeks and I cannot wait to continue to grow and develop to bring amazing baby photography to my clients.

Reserve your Newborn Photography Session

Newborn Sessions start from just £79 and can be reserved anytime from your 20 week scan.

To secure your due date please book via the form below.

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Keywords: baby photography, newborn photography

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I decided to pretend that I was okay and happy. I thought that if I pretend everything is okay that I will then believe it and everything will be fine. I told close friends and family of the news and they were all happy for me. It is nice knowing I had other people around to help support me. 

After speaking to my midwife, she recommended I speak to my doctor about how I felt mentally. He then recommended I contact a couple of companies for counselling. I have now had a couple of sessions of 1 to 1 counselling to help me talk about my worries. It helps being able to speak to someone who doesn’t know me and won’t judge me for how I feel. Everyone is different and have their own ways of dealing with things but for me, I find counselling helpful. 

When it came to my 20 week scan, I wasn’t half as nervous as I was before. I was more nervous about finding out the sex this time. My partner and I told the sonographer we would like to know the sex in which; after a few moments of her checking a few things, she confirmed we will be having a baby boy. 

We are both so excited and starting to get ready for little man’s arrival. We have been thinking of names and also looking at cots, prams etc. I feel I can now focus on the good things and not have to worry that something will go wrong. I don’t want to let my paranoia get the better of me, I want to enjoy the pregnancy and make the most of it.

As I hit 31 weeks, I started to get itchy hands and feet. I discussed this with my doctor and midwife in which, after a few blood tests they have confirmed I have obstetric cholestasis. I am now having to have blood tests every week and have my baby monitored for his heart beat and movement. At first I was worried but; I have got my head around this and thought I am not the only woman to get this. They have prescribed me with cream and allergy tablets to help with the itchiness. Even though this meant that I will not be able to get my water birth I hoped for as I am now consultant led, I know that I will be looked after in the hospital and I can get through anything with my partner.

I certainly feel ready to meet my little boy as the tiredness and aching back/neck kicks in. I only have a couple more weeks at work and then my maternity leave starts – I can’t wait!  I still need to pack my hospital bag but I will get around to this soon! The nursery still needs to be decorated but, as he will be sleeping with us for the first 6 months, we are not rushing to get this done. 

Having my partner and my parents with me through this journey has made it easier for me. I still get paranoid but, with the support of everyone I know I can get through this. Besides, having up and down days are the joys of our hormones in pregnancy! Bring on the labour

Thank you to Sophie for sharing her pregnancy journey.

Sophie used Insight Healthcare to access counselling  which is free to use with NHS - https://www.insighthealthcare.org/our-services/talking-therapies/types-of-therapies/counselling/ 

Sophie has since sent me a message to let me know there little man, Rowan arrived safely on  8th October.  Isn't he just beautiflul.

Slice of Life Photography

Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

Address

Whaplode
Spalding
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom

Telephone

07545 778016

Top tips for new Mums

Top tips for new Mums

Top tips for new Mums

23rd June 2017

Lincolnshire Mums offer their top tips for new Mums

Becoming a Mum for the first time is the scariest yet most amazing experience ever. I asked some of my clients what tips and advice they would give to ladies embarking on motherhood. Here is what they said:
1) Accept that the concepts of time, day/night and routine don’t exist for a while and that’s OK.

2) The internet is EVIL and you should never research anything, especially during a 2am feed!! I love this tip. It is all too easy to go into a whirlwind of panic when you google your baby’s symptoms online. The best advice I can give is if your concerned pick up the phone to your Dr or out of hours service and speak to a professional. No worry is too small to get checked out.

3) Trust yourself and only take on board the advice you feel comfortable with. You know your baby…or at least you will once things calm down a bit.

4) Breastfeeding is hard, ask for help! Even if it’s 2am don’t worry that it’s a stupid question and you should know how to do it! It’s hard and doesn’t come naturally.

5) It’s ok to not get out the house for 3 months. It’s ok to not get out of the house before 11am EVER!! Just stay home for a few weeks and enjoy your little bundle. Do not feel bad about doing nothing but care for and nurture them. The time is so precious and they start growing immediately there is no pause button.

6) Don’t compare your child to others. Everyone will do it in their own time.

7) Go with the flow, Babies don’t come with an instruction manual and what works for one baby won’t work for others. Every baby that comes through my photography studio doors responds to different calming techniques and each one likes some poses and not others. Work out what works with your baby and don’t worry about what works for someone elses.

8) Accept all offers of help. You’re not super woman and being a mum can be tough and draining. You’ll be a better parent for taking help and having some time for yourself.

9) Sleep when baby sleeps! It doesn’t matter that there are dishes in the sink and you haven’t had time for a shower. You need to snatch every opportunity to rest, especially in the early days.

10) Remember that no one is perfect and everyone has their own way of doing things.

And last, but not least from a Mum of 2 (who are fast approaching their teenage years). Enjoy every minute! Make wonderful memories together and capture the moments with pictures and video. They grow up way to quickly and before you know it they won’t want that late night cuddle or want you to walk them to school, they’ll be too busy face timing their friends or planning sleepovers. Make time to relax and enjoy the little things.

Have you got some top tips that you would like to share with new mums, why not add them to the comments section for my readers to benefit from.

Marie x

Reserve your Newborn Photography Session

Newborn Sessions start from just £79 and can be reserved anytime from your 20 week scan.

To secure your due date please book via the form below.

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Keywords: advice for mums, newborn

I decided to pretend that I was okay and happy. I thought that if I pretend everything is okay that I will then believe it and everything will be fine. I told close friends and family of the news and they were all happy for me. It is nice knowing I had other people around to help support me. 

After speaking to my midwife, she recommended I speak to my doctor about how I felt mentally. He then recommended I contact a couple of companies for counselling. I have now had a couple of sessions of 1 to 1 counselling to help me talk about my worries. It helps being able to speak to someone who doesn’t know me and won’t judge me for how I feel. Everyone is different and have their own ways of dealing with things but for me, I find counselling helpful. 

When it came to my 20 week scan, I wasn’t half as nervous as I was before. I was more nervous about finding out the sex this time. My partner and I told the sonographer we would like to know the sex in which; after a few moments of her checking a few things, she confirmed we will be having a baby boy. 

We are both so excited and starting to get ready for little man’s arrival. We have been thinking of names and also looking at cots, prams etc. I feel I can now focus on the good things and not have to worry that something will go wrong. I don’t want to let my paranoia get the better of me, I want to enjoy the pregnancy and make the most of it.

As I hit 31 weeks, I started to get itchy hands and feet. I discussed this with my doctor and midwife in which, after a few blood tests they have confirmed I have obstetric cholestasis. I am now having to have blood tests every week and have my baby monitored for his heart beat and movement. At first I was worried but; I have got my head around this and thought I am not the only woman to get this. They have prescribed me with cream and allergy tablets to help with the itchiness. Even though this meant that I will not be able to get my water birth I hoped for as I am now consultant led, I know that I will be looked after in the hospital and I can get through anything with my partner.

I certainly feel ready to meet my little boy as the tiredness and aching back/neck kicks in. I only have a couple more weeks at work and then my maternity leave starts – I can’t wait!  I still need to pack my hospital bag but I will get around to this soon! The nursery still needs to be decorated but, as he will be sleeping with us for the first 6 months, we are not rushing to get this done. 

Having my partner and my parents with me through this journey has made it easier for me. I still get paranoid but, with the support of everyone I know I can get through this. Besides, having up and down days are the joys of our hormones in pregnancy! Bring on the labour

Thank you to Sophie for sharing her pregnancy journey.

Sophie used Insight Healthcare to access counselling  which is free to use with NHS - https://www.insighthealthcare.org/our-services/talking-therapies/types-of-therapies/counselling/ 

Sophie has since sent me a message to let me know there little man, Rowan arrived safely on  8th October.  Isn't he just beautiflul.

Slice of Life Photography

Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

Address

Whaplode
Spalding
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom

Telephone

07545 778016

New Mum’s must haves and must nots!

New Mum’s must haves and must nots!

New Mums must haves and must nots!

14th June 2017

Things Mums can live with and without!

I don’t know about you but when I found out I was expecting my first child I spend ages researching baby gadgets and products on the market that were marketed as being able to make my life easier, and I brought most items brand new, spending (and wasting) a small fortune on equipment that I just didn’t need. So here is my guide to Must haves and not haves for those of you currently researching baby purchases.

1) Muslin cloths will become your new best friend. They have a multitude of uses. A dignity cover for breastfeeding, mopping up spills, a bib, I even know a little girl that had a muslin as her comforter. My girls are now 9 and 10 and I still have a drawer full of muslins. I use them when the kids get the paints out or spill their drink and I still use them in my photography studio during a newborn photography session and to clean cake up after a cake smash photoshoot.

2) A changing mat is essential to stop the explosive yellow goo going everywhere but consider if you really need a changing table. I had one in Elizabeth’s nursery and rarely used it. I found it much easier and quicker to change baby on my knee or on the floor in the lounge. The trip upstairs to use the changing table was too much effort and it just ended up a dumping ground for the washing I never had time to put away.

3) If your bottle feeding. The little ready made cartons of formula are a godsend when on the go. Keep a stock of these for when you’re out and about. They stay fresh and are much easier than carrying a flask of warm water and a Tupperware of premeasured formula powder around with you. Many of my clients have told me that they found the Perfect Prep machine to be more hassle than it’s worth so this is maybe one to avoid.

4) Never buy a second-hand car seat. You don’t know if it has been in an accident or has any internal damage. A car seat and a mattress are the 2 things that you should always buy new! Everything else I would suggest buying 2nd hand. So many baby items are outgrown or hardly used and you can get some really good buys and often sell things on for the same as you paid for them.

5) The one thing I could not have lived without was the girls musical swing chair. They both loved it and would spend lots of time relaxing and taking in the hanging toys. It allowed me to get on with those essential tasks like washing and going to the toilet. I even used to pop ours in the bathroom whilst taking a shower so they were secure but I could still see them. Some of my lovely clients have recommended the Bambeano beanbag chair for similar reasons. As my daughter got older she loved her Bumbo seat but others have added this to the list of worst purchases.

Thank you to Demi’s Mummy for sending me this cute picture to share.

6) There are so many gorgeous little outfits in the shops designed to tempt us. But believe me you will always have more than you need and end up passing some of them on with the tags still attached. Before baby arrives purchase the minimum you need, you will receive loads of clothes as gifts so save your pennies for other things or buy clothes in bigger sizes because everyone will buy you first size clothes. And don’t buy expensive items either. Baby Poo stains and you’ll be heartbroken when you have to bin that Laura Ashley piece, cheap and cheerful all the way.

7) This one is a freebie and something I use in my photography studio. Download a white noise app onto your phone. It’s a life saver. I never knew about these when mine were little but I used to put Alyssa’s moses basket in the utility room as she would be happy and relaxed when the tumble drier was on.

8) Don’t buy lots of cute teddies. I still regret this 10 years on! Buy a special one but only 1. My 10 year old won’t part with any that have a special meaning to her. ‘Nanny brought that one when I was born’, ‘That was the one you got me for my first birthday’, ‘Daddy brought these when I was having my operation’, are all things that she has said when i’ve tried to get her to have a sort out. We recently moved house and having managed to get her to part with a bin bag full of teddies she still brought 2 full bin bags full to the new house!

9) I wasted lots of money on cute little shoes for my girls. Why? Because they looked pretty, but what a waste of money. Babies don’t walk and as soon as they find their hands they will be pulling them off and throwing them out the buggy! On the flip side of this have lots of socks (or better still tights) as they too get pulled off and lost all the time. Or better still invest in some sickens. Not something I’d heard of but they come highly recommended from my clients.

10) I could not have survived without a baby gro bag. Much safer and more practical than the fancy bedding sets. Both my girls loved them, the worst thing about them was getting them to switch to normal bedding as they got older.

Thank you to Daniel’s Mum for sending me this cute little picture to share

11) Many of my clients have said that a separate baby bath was their worst purchase and it’s easier to buy a little seat to go in the bath. I certainly loved my daughters baby bath first time around but ditched it with number 2 as it was easier to bath the girls together.

12) Get a good quality buggy buddy, to store all the bits and bobs you need to hand while out and about. There is nothing worse than rummaging in your hand bag while on the move.

I hope you have found this guide helpful and thank you to all those that offered their wisdom. We are all different and some gadgets are a god send to some and a waste of time, space and money to others so do your research and consider your own lifestyle and needs.

What are your best baby buys? What do you regret spending money on? I look forward to reading your recommendations in the comments section below.

Marie

Reserve your Newborn Photography Session

Newborn Sessions start from just £79 and can be reserved anytime from your 20 week scan.

To secure your due date please book via the form below.

3 + 13 =

Keywords: baby photography, newborn photography, advice for mums, newborn

I decided to pretend that I was okay and happy. I thought that if I pretend everything is okay that I will then believe it and everything will be fine. I told close friends and family of the news and they were all happy for me. It is nice knowing I had other people around to help support me. 

After speaking to my midwife, she recommended I speak to my doctor about how I felt mentally. He then recommended I contact a couple of companies for counselling. I have now had a couple of sessions of 1 to 1 counselling to help me talk about my worries. It helps being able to speak to someone who doesn’t know me and won’t judge me for how I feel. Everyone is different and have their own ways of dealing with things but for me, I find counselling helpful. 

When it came to my 20 week scan, I wasn’t half as nervous as I was before. I was more nervous about finding out the sex this time. My partner and I told the sonographer we would like to know the sex in which; after a few moments of her checking a few things, she confirmed we will be having a baby boy. 

We are both so excited and starting to get ready for little man’s arrival. We have been thinking of names and also looking at cots, prams etc. I feel I can now focus on the good things and not have to worry that something will go wrong. I don’t want to let my paranoia get the better of me, I want to enjoy the pregnancy and make the most of it.

As I hit 31 weeks, I started to get itchy hands and feet. I discussed this with my doctor and midwife in which, after a few blood tests they have confirmed I have obstetric cholestasis. I am now having to have blood tests every week and have my baby monitored for his heart beat and movement. At first I was worried but; I have got my head around this and thought I am not the only woman to get this. They have prescribed me with cream and allergy tablets to help with the itchiness. Even though this meant that I will not be able to get my water birth I hoped for as I am now consultant led, I know that I will be looked after in the hospital and I can get through anything with my partner.

I certainly feel ready to meet my little boy as the tiredness and aching back/neck kicks in. I only have a couple more weeks at work and then my maternity leave starts – I can’t wait!  I still need to pack my hospital bag but I will get around to this soon! The nursery still needs to be decorated but, as he will be sleeping with us for the first 6 months, we are not rushing to get this done. 

Having my partner and my parents with me through this journey has made it easier for me. I still get paranoid but, with the support of everyone I know I can get through this. Besides, having up and down days are the joys of our hormones in pregnancy! Bring on the labour

Thank you to Sophie for sharing her pregnancy journey.

Sophie used Insight Healthcare to access counselling  which is free to use with NHS - https://www.insighthealthcare.org/our-services/talking-therapies/types-of-therapies/counselling/ 

Sophie has since sent me a message to let me know there little man, Rowan arrived safely on  8th October.  Isn't he just beautiflul.

Slice of Life Photography

Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

Address

Whaplode
Spalding
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom

Telephone

07545 778016