Baby Emma {McKinney Newborn Photography Session}

This McKinney newborn photography session is what dreams are made of! This new family of three was the absolute sweetest and so fun to work with. This precious girl slept the entire session, which made posing and outfit changes a breeze – so many outfit options! 

Meet Emma! 11 days of sweet perfection. I love the amount of color variations we were able to capture during her session! Mom wanted all the girly vibes, without having pink overload. I started with pulling some plum-colored pieces, then moved to creams and whites with lots of texture. I added in all the bows and a floral backdrop to complete the looks. Which look is your favorite? Keep scrolling to see all the sweetness from baby Emma’s session!


Are you interested in a McKinney newborn photo session with us? Due to limited availability each month, we recommend scheduling your session a few months in advance. The session ideally takes place when your baby is between 6 and 14 days old; this helps to ensure they are young and sleepy and easy to pose! All newborn sessions are held in our downtown Mckinney photography studio. We provide all the wraps, props, outfits, and headbands!

Laura Tye is a newborn, child and family photographer in the north Dallas area. She provides photography services to the areas of Mckinney, Frisco, Little Elm, Plano, Prosper, and the surrounding areas. Booking for newborn sessions is currently open for 2022. Please contact us here for more information on  availability and session investment.

Want to see more McKinney newborn photo sessions like Emma’s? Click the links below!

Frisco Newborn Photo Session: Baby Livia

Prosper Newborn Photos ~ Baby Hunter

McKinney Baby Photographer ~ Genevieve


Hi! I’m Laura! Thank you for visiting my site giving me the consideration of documenting this special time for your family! With over 800 newborns photographed and over 9 years of experience, I can assure you, your little one is in the best hands! Before I was a photographer I was a first grade teacher. I stopped doing that when my oldest son was born and quickly picked up photography as a hobby. Being a first time mom and seeing just how quickly my baby was growing and changing each day I realized the importance of documenting these memories. When they say the days are long but the years are short, that could not be more true! That same baby is almost a teenager now and I am so glad I had photography as a way to freeze that tiny window of time! I once heard someone say that while family photos are important, you can take new ones every year. Newborn photos are a one time thing and once that time is gone you’ll never get it back!