It sure does not feel like Spring yet, but Spring mini-session season is here! We’ve created this post for you to get some inspiration for creating your Spring mini-sessions now, so you can start marketing and get your calendar booked while there is still snow on the ground.
Mini-sessions are a great way to let potential clients experience your photography sessions and work before they commit to a full-length session. Even if certain mini-session clients remain just that, they will still be one more person talking about how great your work is and will help you expand your business through positive reviews and feedback.
Scroll down to get some creative ideas for your next Spring-themed mini-session photoshoot!
Spring has certainly not yet sprung, but Spring mini-sessions are about to! Get booking with these ideas for creating your upcoming mini sessions.
You can use these elements separately, or combine a few to set a Spring scene for your mini-session.
Don’t forget about those Spring showers! When they just so conveniently decide to pop up during your mini-session shoot date (or the weather forecast is looking like they will!) check out this post, Rainy Day Mini-Session Ideas, and have a backup shoot plan ready to go.
P.S if you are looking for Spring-themed mini-session backdrops, we recommend these.
Now that you have some inspo for setting up your Spring mini-sessions, it’s time to get the word out and get them booked! Here are some of our favorite tips for marketing your mini-sessions.
Remember: To keep your mini-sessions profitable, and you and your clients happy, remember these key characteristics of what makes a mini-session different from a regular photoshoot. It’s always better that everyone has the same expectations going into a photo shoot.
We hope you got some inspiration from the mini-session ideas in this post. Looking for the perfect way to set up, schedule, and book your mini sessions that is so easy they practically book themselves? Head to our client booking and check out how easy we’ve made it to set it and forget it and have clients filling up your calendar while you sleep!