When Emily’s mom messaged me to say she wanted to use the white backdrop and greenery for her daughters cake smash session and then sent me a picture of the style of cake she wanted, my mind was over flowing with sweet simple boho ideas.
The possibilities were endless, narrowing it down was hard.
It is incredible just how much Emily has grown in the last year.
the first time we met we were doing a paint can inspired newborn session (thats right, this little one was able to fit inside a paint can. Her dad is a painter and this image was so special to them)
Now look at her!! All grown up and no longer a baby.
When it comes to cake smash sessions, I make the majority of the stuff you see in the setup. Emily’s Boho cake smash session was no exception.
These beautiful flower wreaths were made by yours truly and after one failed attempt (like embarrassingly bad, should have taken a picture to show you) I got the hang of it and I was able to get them made within one night.
These wreaths are a labour of love though… I’m pretty sure I burned off the tips of my fingers from the hot glue gun but it was absolutely worth it.
Already I’ve had a few people messaging me asking if we could do adult cake smash session like this and the answer is YES!!!
So enough of my chatting, lets get to pictures.
Cake by Sweet Stells Cakes and More
Romper by Pup and Frank
When it comes to the splash portion of the session, I am absolutely ok with having super soaked studio. The way I see it, the wetter the better.
Emily wasn’t the biggest fan of the splash session at the end but thankfully her big sister Hannah was right there to encourage her during her cakesmash session. (As a mom, I wish I had a picture like this of my kiddos)