This Magical Photo Shoot Captures Sleeping Newborns Dressed as ‘Frozen’ Characters

It’s too cute to “Let it Go.”
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ByStephanie Grassullo
Associate Editor
Published
Oct 2018

Prepare to melt.

Photographer Karen Marie Hourscht of Belly Beautiful Portraits has done it again. She recently stole our hearts with her photo shoot transforming sleeping babies into Disney princesses, and the California-based photographer wasn’t ready to “Let it Go.” Her latest photo series captures sleeping newborns dressed as Frozen characters, and it is just as enchanting as it sounds.

All three of the babies photographed for the series were dolled up to look like Elsa, Anna or Kristoff, costumed in miniature outfits fit for royalty.

Elsa

Donning Elsa’s signature light blue dress and winter wonderland accessories, the baby sits atop a snowflake.

Anna and Kristoff

The adorable duo from the Disney film are brought to life in baby form.

Kristoff

The ice harvester cuddling with his sidekick Sven while sleeping on top of a pile of hay is cuteness overload.

Hourscht’s secret weapon is her background as a former labor and delivery nurse and childbirth expert. That, combined with her master photography skills, is how she is able to make the finished product so magical.

Can’t get enough of these irresistible baby photos? Take a look at these babies dressed as Harry Potter for added “awws.”

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