Vintage Tea Party | Little Women

Oh I can hardly stand how cute these photos are! It killed me to even wait a day before posting but here I am, 48 hours later, showing off two of the sweetest and charming little ladies I know. (And I’m not being bias, even though they are family). After brainstorming with my talented mother, we were able to stylize this vintage tea party and dress the girls in MY hand sewn dresses from childhood. Essential props included my mother’s beautiful and supposedly quite expensive tea set which required delicate little hands, exchanged glances of silliness, whispered secrets, and a pair of my hot pink wedges. This is truly some of my favorite work to date, and I know I say that a lot, but I mean it!

9 Replies to “Vintage Tea Party | Little Women”

  1. I am ABOLUTELY in love with the art of your photography. Your choice of lighting and colors, whether they are neutral, black and white or vivid demonstrates your vibrant imagination. I am also impressed with the fact that you stray from the normal cookie cutter poses that most photographers place their subjects in. (you know, the ones where the family is looking slightly off to the side of the camera, as if something amusing is happening in that direction). I love the offset positions of your subjects, and your ability to capture the candid life-like moments. You also have a knack for getting children to stay focused and to sit still long enough for a photo! THAT is talent! If we in life grow with experience, then I am sure that you will be one of the most sought after photographers around! Keep up the incredible work!

  2. Wow! This is a truly amazing shooting! Makes me remember my tea parties I used to have with my sister as a child… only that this one is much fancier! 😉 wonderful!

  3. Well this is amazing of my grandchild and Andy you captured the most beautiful looks and if you can believe this I rememeber the dress that anna ryan is wearing. love it love it would like to purchase one of the pictures of anna ryan if I can
    judy

  4. Incredible,
    I knew they would be good but these are priceless! I am so proud of you! I am also very proud of the precious little girls in the photos. They were angels and real "ladies" while having their tea. What a blessing!

  5. Rachel, you never cease to amaze me with all your talents. These pictures are definitely priceless. The poses, the coloring, the details, all are so wonderful. The two little girls could not be any more beautiful. I am very proud to be the great aunt of the two precious little girls and the aunt of the very talented photographer. These pictures are just wonderful. Sue

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