BAMBOO SHOOTS PHOTOGRAPHY bio picture
  • Hi! I'm Truc, and I love taking photos of couples in love, laughing babies and kids, sweet newborns, and happy families.  
     
    If you’re looking for some fun photos, then you’ve come to the right place!  
     
    Pasadena and Los Angeles children's portrait photographer Pasadena and Los Angeles newborn and baby portrait photographer Pasadena and Los Angeles family and couples' portrait photographer  
     
     
  • Sign up now for free tips on taking better photos of your kids!
    You'll also get special offers and promotions only available to our VIP list.
    Join now by entering your email:

Glendale and Burbank Children’s Photography | A Few 3-Year-Olds, Some 4-Year-Olds, and a Whole Lot of Cake

Audrey is now three years old!  We last saw Audrey and Phillip when we did their portraits at the Huntington Gardens in Pasadena.  Here’s the bright and happy birthday girl at her birthday party.

The day started out with an Easter egg hunt, perfect for three- and four-year-old kids.  I don’t know about you, but those eggs were really really hard to find.

Checking out the loot.

Note the chocolate around the left little boy’s mouth.

The beautiful cake!  I love the drawing of the little girl on it.  So cute!  This cake was red velvet (red velvet cake post coming up soon), and there were plenty of cupcakes.  Pineapple upside down, chocolate, red velvet… yum!

You can see the smoke from the candles just as they blew them out.

The frosting is the best part, after all!

I want to note here that she left the table after she licked off all the frosting.

Of Cupcakes and Red Velvet » Los Angeles Children's Photography: BAMBOO SHOOTS PHOTOGRAPHY - […] all started with an awesome children’s birthday party.  It started innocently enough, with a slice of cake here, and a cupcake there.  But then, it […]July 15, 2010 – 4:04 am

Evan - You have to admit that the Easter egg hunt is harder in black & white. Both the stones and the eggs are gray! As always, your images are adorable. These are the kinds of photos that parents will look at one, two, or more decades from now.June 15, 2010 – 7:41 am

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*