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Pregnancy Celebration ~ Henna Pampering

Henna, Photos and a Keepsake Book! 

  • Henna Adornment
  • –  1 & 1/2 hours of Henna Pampering = pure relaxation
  • –  I use extra fine, organic henna, an essential oil (eucalyptus): pure, safe and natural
  • –  We collaborate to create the perfect, personalized design, special, for you
  • The Photo Session
  • –  Perfectly lit studio photos, as soon as your henna is dry
  • –  Outdoor Photos same day or 3 days after your appointment (When henna's darkest)
  • –  2nd Photo Shoot Outside, either Same day OR 3 days after your Henna appointment
  • –  Select some outfits from my wardrobe of wrap skirts and colored silks
  • –  Bring your favorite clothes too...
  • –  Discreet topless in the studio and in nature
  • Your Keepsake Book and High Rez Photo Files
  • –  Your own beautiful high-quality (softcover), photo book - a true keepsake
  • –  The 20 best images, from the book in your website account to select your favorites
  • –  Choose 10 of high-resolution files in your account to download and print as you wish
  • –  Photos can include your family or make it all about you!

Changing bodies, Deepening love

I first met Victoria in 2014 to celebrate her rite of passage into motherhood. I adorned her pregnant belly and photographed her in a field by our home. It was a glorious spring day and she was glowing.


It's been really wonderful to stay connected, to return to her home to adorn her postpartum & meet her baby girl. Through the wonders of social media I've had the pleasure of watching her little girl grow up. When I announced my Sacred Feminine art project, she responded and we set up an appointment. Since having her baby she'd undergone a surgery that resulted in a large scar on her belly, and she wanted to incorporate it into the henna design. As soon as I saw it, I knew it would make a beautiful trunk of a tree. There were a few other symbols to incorporate - a peacock for body love as well as a goddess symbol. It can be challenging to love a changing body and there are so many things we can do to see ourselves in a positive light again. Henna is definitely one of them! Sacred Feminine art like this often reminds women of how precious and beautiful they are.


Posted by   SarahKate

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