McCarthy Family | Thornton, Colorado

 

Fall Colorado Family Photos in Mustard Yellow Wardrobe

Fall Colorado Family Photos in Mustard Yellow Wardrobe

Fall Colorado Family Photos in Mustard Yellow Wardrobe

 

 

 

I’ve known the McCarthy Family for quite sometime and have been photographing them for about three years. Each year, their photos get better and better as their girls get cuter and cuter.
You all know my favorite colors to photograph, right?
(Everyone says “Mustard Yellow” in unison}
Michele took my advice and ran with it. Her daughters each wore yellow and navy- two of the best complimentary colors!
The oldest wore the cutest little stripped sweater, while the youngest wore a solid yellow top. Both with matching skirts and shoes. Swwoooon!
People always think that you have to be matchy-matchy. Everyone wearing the same thing. Everyone wearing the same color. Everyone wearing the same pants.¬†Please. Don’t. Do. This.
Pick a color palette that you love. Pick a color palette that will compliment the decor of your house. Pick a color palette that will compliment the season. And please, for the love of all things holy- do not do black, white and red.
Michele and her husband each had colors that that matched their daughters perfectly. That doesn’t mean they both wore yellow, though. They both chose colors that were in the same color scheme: Yellow, cream, navy.
We sure had a lot of fun this night. Gia, the youngest, literally laughed for an hour straight. The whole session!
We played parachute with a blanket, the girls danced, and the family cuddled. Ava, the oldest daughter, had her own vision for some shots, so we made sure to nail those photos. How cute is that? A little six year old put some planning into her family session Heart melt.
We were blessed with amazing weather, and even more amazing light in Thornton. We were lucky enough to get some images of some super bright yellow fall foliage, too! A wet snowfall came overnight, so we timed everything just right.
I enjoy hanging out with these girls so much, and I look forward to watching them grow in front of my lens.

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