Spring is slowly starting to peek out from behind the clouds, and that means it’s prime time for taking stunning outdoor photos in Nashville! Whether you’re looking to capture some fun moments with your family, your significant other, or even on your own, the time to book your spring photo session is now.
So, when should you book your spring photos in Nashville? The answer is simple: as soon as possible! With the arrival of spring, many Nashville photographers are going to be booking up their schedules quickly. Plus, the weather can be unpredictable, so it’s a wise idea to schedule your photos sooner rather than later. I advise my clients who are looking for an urban setting (think Downtown Franklin, Downtown Nashville, 12 South) to pick a date after Spring begins (mid-March) and for my outdoor families that want a nature setting, such as a county or state park to wait until April 15 for the trees to have leaves, providing a rich background instead of the “sticky” trees of Winter.
If you wait too long, you may miss out on the gorgeous blooming flowers, lush greenery, and ideal weather conditions that are perfect for capturing your memories. Don’t let procrastination ruin your chance to have stunning, natural backdrops in your photos. Prime time for outdoor photos is April 15 – June 10. In mid-June, high temps and even higher humidity will cause hair trouble and sweaty brows!
Plus, booking your session early gives you plenty of time to plan your outfits, coordinate with your group or family, and brainstorm fun photo ideas. You’ll avoid the panic of last-minute planning, and you’ll feel more organized and prepared when the day comes.
So, to sum it up: book your spring photos in Nashville ASAP! The sooner you book, the more choices you’ll have for dates, times, and photographers. Plus, you’ll be able to enjoy the beauty of spring while also capturing memories that’ll last a lifetime. Get ready to be picture perfect, Nashville!\
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Happy spring, y’all!