Bluebonnets are the Texas State Flower and every year, starting on the first of March, they start to bloom. It’s one of my favorite times of the year for family sessions and I get so excited about scheduling them for my clients! I usually release these sessions in February because my clients go crazy over getting their kids and family pictures in the bluebonnets. This year, I had clients calling me all the way from Arkansas to take pictures in the bluebonnets!
I’m so fortunate to live in such a beautiful area and to have clients who truly value the beauty of our state.
The bluebonnets usually start showing their tops right around mid-March, are usually in good bloom by the last week of March, and go through the first 1 or 2 weeks of April depending on how hot it is outside and how much rain we’ve received. Every year, my biggest challenge when getting ready for Bluebonnets is to find the perfect field. There are always soooo many people in all the local fields so I try to go outside of town to avoid crowded spaces. However, this year one of my amazing clients found a spot that was local and perfect for evening sunset shots. Every night, we were there we saw tons of people trying to capture the beauty of Texas history I love the tradition that these bluebonnets bring to Texas families and I just adore being able to help them capture it.
I’m so excited to share a recap of my Bluebonnets sessions with you today. If you’re interested in booking a session like this next year, make sure you join my VIP list by scrolling to the very bottom of this page. I open registration to the list first and the spots usually sell out on the same day I release them.
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Kelly of Lifetime of Clicks Photography is a Houston newborn photographer located in Katy, Texas. Kelly creates modern classic images of maternity, your newborns, and the families that love them. Serving Houston, Katy, Sugar Land and surrounding communities.