I recently had the joy of capturing the precious Montidoro family photos at Robbins Park! There was so much love between every member of this family, and I was so happy to photograph them at one of my favorite shooting locations in Davie. 

You know what makes family sessions extra special to me? The ability to preserve memories that I know pass so quickly. I’m a firm believer that every bit of your family journey is worth capturing – from big milestones to the simple, small moments together. 

Not to mention, when it comes to kids, they grow up so fast! Any photos of them when they are little turn into priceless treasures as time goes on. Plus, think about how neat it will be for future generations to peek into your family’s past through these photos.

With all that being said, I was honored to capture and preserve a slice of the Montidoro family’s story. Those two boys are at such a lively age, which made the whole photo session a blast!

The Montidoro’s are such an effortlessly beautiful family. All four of them donned cowboy boots and blue and gray tones, with the boys matching their dad in button-up shirts. Their outfits brought an adorable yet laid-back vibe to the outdoor session. However, it was the smiles and the obvious affection between each family member that really made the photos special. 

As I mentioned, Robbins Park is such a gem of a spot! This location is one of my favorites to shoot in Davie, Florida. With its 60 acres of open space, equestrian trails, and charming gazebos, it’s hard not to love it. Those ancient oaks and lush foliage make for the dreamiest backdrop. Plus, if you’re a Florida family or couple looking for outdoor photos that aren’t beach-themed, Robbins Park is where it’s at!

To the Montidoro’s: Thank you for trusting me with such sweet family memories. 

To other families in Davie, Florida: I’d love to preserve this chapter of your story next!

Inquire about your family photos today!


February 23, 2024


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