Believe it or not, your little one is going to be the big O-N-E sooner than you think! Here are some great tips to get the best results from your session!
Your Cake Smash Session includes up to 2 “Pre- Smash” set-ups allowing you to bring three outfits total. As soon as you are booked, we will talk about what outfits and props you would like to bring and what backdrops/themes would work best. “Play Clothes” do not photograph well and instead I recommend specialty items like overalls, jon jons, rompers, tutus, and pants with suspenders. Please note that anything your child wears for their Cake Smash will be covered in icing by the end of their session – dark icing and sprinkles can leave stains.
Your little one will hopefully be getting messy! So please bring a towel so that we can wet down your little one and dry them off well. Water works better than wipies.
Jennifer Mae Photography works with a local cake artist, Got Cake? to provide the perfect cake smash! Your Smash Cake session includes a smash cake & balloons. I work with you on a simple designed smash cake, and the cake is delivered to my studio before your session. The images on this both are examples of Got Cake? smash cakes…
- Fondant is a choking hazard. Please ask for cakes with soft icing. They Smash better too!
- Your cake should be 6 inches in diameter. OR giant cupcakes work well too.
- Please choose plain white cake. Chocolate and red velvet cake do not look appetizing when smashed all over a toddler. The same rule applies to icing. Avoid red icing, chocolate icing, or even colors that make brown when mixed together.
- Light icing colors with textures like rosettes photograph best. Please no dark colors unless it’s in small amounts like trims or polka dots. Your smash cake should coordinate with your smash outfit and set-up. Please refrain from using sprinkles as they can stain both my props and back drops, as well as your little one’s outfits.