lovely• timeless • darling
A $35 non-refundable retainer fee is due upon booking. Amount is applied to the total amount due. Remaining balance is due 24 hours before your scheduled session.
If you haven't yet, please take a moment to browse through the faq's page. It'll provide most, if not all, pre-booking and session details for your custom family portrait session.
lovely • classic • bespoke
Benefits of a full family photo session versus a mini one; a full session allows for more time to capture a variety of shots with different poses and location backgrounds. This means you'll have a larger selection of photos to choose from and can create a beautiful album to remember the experience. This collections is also great for extended family sessions. It'll allow plenty of time for group photos and also creative groupings of each family.
natural • darling • unique
Mini sessions; they're more affordable and quick. This is especially beneficial, for families with members who also aren't keen on picture day. Most individuals can manage 30 minutes, which is ideal for families with young children, reluctant spouses, shy teenagers, or individuals looking for updated photos without a lengthy duration of a full family session.
timeless • clean • prestine
Escape the uncertainty of Texas weather with a stress-free studio session all year round. When capturing your beautiful moments, light takes center stage. My setup boasts a pristine, white aesthetic complemented by an artificial window light that exudes stunning illumination at any time of day. Another add benefit, is studio keeps children focused and engaged during the session by removing the outdoor distractions that could potentially divert their attention.
Lily Hayes is highly ranked Dallas Family Photographer. Also, specializing in Fine Art Maternity Photography in Dallas, Newborn Photography in Dallas, Cake Smash Photography Dallas and Wedding Photography. Servicing Dallas, Plano, Richardson, Frisco, Wylie, Rockwall and surrounding cities. Studio is located east of Dallas right off George Bush.