Fall is finally here! My MOST favorite time of year.  I love fall colors, fall smells, fall tastes.  Everything and all things FALL.  It’s my FAVORITE!  So naturally, I was pretty excited to do a fall set up with Miss Sophia.  The only problem was….I’m a neutral lover.  I love soft colors and earth tones but wanted to incorporate rich fall tones.  It was a challenge finding things that were “muted” enough for my liking but I think I was successful.  I think all she is missing is a tiny witch hat and a broom!

Sophia Day 7

Baby girl in purple bonnet by Annie Whitaker Photography Covington's Best newborn photographer Stunning Fall newborn portrait by Annie Whitaker Photography

Stunning autumn newborn portrait by Annie Whitaker Photography

I have to say, I adore how it come out.  I really love using seasonal tones and colors because I think it helps bring you back to that time when you look back at old photos.  My oldest was born in October and all things fall remind me of those first few weeks with her.  Maybe that’s why I love it so much.

But of course, as I mentioned, I love simple neutral set ups.  So doing one was a must.

Covington LA Newborn Photographer {Sophia Day 7} Beautiful newborn baby by Annie Whitaker PHotography Fall newborn set up by Annie Whitaker Photography

I can’t decide which one I like more!  I like them both for different reasons.  But one thing is certain, Miss Sophia is absolutely beautiful.  Which one do you prefer?! <3

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Covington LA Newborn Photographer {Sophia Day 7}


These are so gorgeous!! I love the fourth and fifth pictures in the purple so much but they are all works of art and so good!

The purple setup is soo cute!! Love this post!

There’s something about outdoor newborn photos that are so ethereal. Just gorgeous.

What a gorgeous baby! I love the different setups, especially the plum color with the look of fall!

These are seriously gorgeous photos! Love the colors and gentle tones. And especially the lovely depth of field 🙂