What’s The Difference in Your Morgantown Newborn Sessions?

Newborn being held by mom sitting on the couch with dad.
Which is best for you?

You’re ready to schedule your newborn session, but want to know which is right for you and your family. Here, I will explain how they differ and then you will know exactly which your family needs or if you would need more than one.

Newborn baby boy in the most adorable little pants, sleeping on his side on a cream background.

Full Newborn Session in Studio

The full newborn session in studio is the full newborn experience! You will have the posed portraits of your baby alone and also family and sibling shots. This gets you the most variation and includes your family.

All props, wraps, bonnets, blankets, headbands, and more are provided for your baby during your newborn session.

Petite Newborn Session in Studio

Newborn girl in a rattan chair wearing blue wrap and a flower crown. Photo is from above, looking down.
Newborn baby girl in a basket with a head full of hair.

The petite newborn session in studio is your baby solo in wraps and props, no family or siblings included. This is perfect for the parents that are looking for just pictures of their baby or they would rather the family portion be in their home. 

All props, wraps, bonnets, blankets, headbands, and more are provided for your baby during your newborn session.


Each one offers a little something different and some parents want a mix, which is perfect for the most variety. You can see that the style of your images will remain the same throughout.

No matter which you choose, I’ve got you! I know this time is not only special, but also draining. You will be taken care of, let me help you and take the stress off your shoulders.

Shannon Slemp, with Wood and Lace Photography, preparing for a newborn session in the Morgantown studio.


“Our family is just the right mix of chaos and love.”
– Unknown

Hello! I’m Shannon, the gal behind Wood and Lace. I am a full time professional photographer. When I’m not behind the camera, I am editing, working on the back end (website, marketing, etc), taking new courses to continue to grow my craft, and then all of the mom things after work is over the day. They say if you do something you love that you will never work a day in your life… I beg to differ. When you love what you do, you will work harder than you ever have in your life. The only difference is that it will feel all of the hard work is worth it.