Sarah and Titus are expecting their first child soon, and we had the joy of photographing their babymoon portraits at sunset in Wailea!
Sunset babymoon portraits on Maui are one of the best ways to celebrate the arrival of your baby, and if you choose to enjoy the most beautiful time of day for your maternity photography session we have a few tips for you!
- Plan for the wind. Babymoon portraits at sunset in Wailea can be a bit on the windy side, so plan your outfit and hair accordingly. We’re not afraid of a bit of wind, and find it actually adds a beautiful movement to your images!
- Have a dinner plan! You’re bound to get a bit hungry after your sunset beach portraits, so feel free to reach out if you need suggestions on places to eat in the Wailea area!
- Head down early. If you’re coming from west Maui, make sure you leave plenty of time to travel by car. We usually recommend leaving 1 1/2 – 3 hours in advance and getting happy hour drinks and food in or a great coffee before your shoot!
We hope to meet you soon for babymoon portraits at sunset – Wailea is an absolutely beautiful place to shoot, so contact us here to book your Maui maternity portraits!