This was my first time shooting a session at Red Acre Farm and I must say it was a blast! There is so much for the kids to do + the little buildings make the perfect backdrops.
I always see their cute little "Open" sign, but I never knew how things worked. Do you go into the little building and there's a cashier that helps you find what you need or do you knock on the door.
So, if you have the same questions I did, I'm here to give you some answers today!
There is no cashier inside waiting for you behind a register. They have bread and all the goodies they sell in the little shed and you go in + leave the money inside. You can by chicken feed to feed the chickens as well.
When I did this family session, their kids begged for a loaf of Sour Dough bread. Mom gave them some money and they happily went in and grabbed one.
I'm not a fan of Sourdough, but I'm thinking of trying one of their other variations. When I do, I'll let ya know how it is!
This mama owns the most darling boutique called Everyday Eden. They have clothing, shoes, and accessories. You can visit her website at https://www.everydayedenboutique.com/
The kids had a blast wandering around to see all of the animals and feeding the chickens was a highlight. They went crazy for the seed and the kids thought it was great to watch them run wild!
Gosh, these kids were so darling! I always love photographing families with young kids because there is so much spunk and personality to go around.
Gorgeous family + some pretty awesome kids made for a fun session even though that good ol' Cedar City wind decided to show up!
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