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Milestone & Cake Smash Photoshoot in Te Anau

Children grow so quickly. I'm sure you've heard that before, but it's true. You have a little baby one day, and then all of a sudden...

A professional photoshoot is a great way to mark any milestone, from a baby that is only just out of the newborn phase, to learning to sit independently (also known as a Sitter Session), a child starting school, or a special birthday.

Sometimes the occasion is just that you would like some amazing photos of your child.

I love creating a super fun photoshoot experience and giving you gorgeous photos to capture this moment forever.

A milestone session is for babies from 3 months old up to older children and even adults. There are lots of themes in my repertoire that will work beautifully for a headshot or a touching photo of a mother with her adult children.

Cake smashes are perfect for first birthday milestones, although we can do this at any age. You bring the cake in yourself, but I am happy to help with finding you a baker and choosing a design that will work well with your chosen theme.

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If anyone is looking for a lovely, professional and patient Te Anau based photographer I can highly recommend Liz.
- Danica

If you want to know more about cake smashes, read this blog post: Everything You Need to Know About Cake Smash Photoshoots.

How do we do this?

Have a look at my current prices to see if this fits within your budget and then send me a message if you have any questions or want to book a time!


If you want to pick a theme right away, have a look at the list of themes available. You can request to add or remove decorations from any of those to make it a perfect theme for your child.

I will be adding more themes in the future as inspiration strikes. If you have an idea for a theme but I don't offer it, get in touch at least two months in advance because I might be able to start shopping for props and make your idea come to life.


Here is my portfolio for a look at the themes in action:

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