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BabyList Registry + LaTonya Yvette

posted on: May 13, 2014


Last month while I spent everyday baking this big baby boy, Peter and I also spent many nights dreaming and creating a few projects. Since the day I met Peter and he decided to be a freelance videographer, and now as he enjoys a full-time position with a production/creative house, we have always worked together. We both bring out the best in each other, and as a team I believe we can go on to create many things. Peter actually has had a major hand in our videos and photos for Welkin as well since the beginning. So when BabyList asked me if I would like to work with them, I was super excited and already knew what sweet man I would enlist to help bring this project to fruition. With my creative vision, Peter's producing, shooting and editing talents, and of course the BabyList team, we created a video that we hope gives you a more personal view of my unique story and BabyList's fantastic service.




If you're looking for a baby registry that works for your specific schedule and needs, I could not recommend my friends at BabyList more.To get an idea of how the registry works you can go ahead an look at my inspiration registry if you'd like!

Here are a few more pictures of our shoot.




*A big thank you to my talented friend Sybil at People Of 2Morrow for the vintage jumper and dress that I wore during this shoot, it was absolute perfection and I felt wonderful.
Video and photos by Peter Staubs for BabyList Registry. 

(This post was in partnership with BabyList, thank you so much for supporting my partners who I wholeheartedly believe in.)

4 comments:

  1. So glad that I just discovered your blog. You are absolutely beautiful! Love your style!

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    1. Thank you Melissa, so glad to have you!

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  2. Great video! It's hard to find promo videos that are just the right length to entice, draw in the viewer, and yet not be too long to be boring. Peter did a great job...90 seconds is the sweet spot of engagement :). You look beautiful LaTonya! xoxo, Annie from Brimful

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