Baby Michael’s Sea Themed Nursery

Baby Michael and His Sea Themed Nursery

EDITOR’S NOTE 5/2/13: The original version of this post included portraits, but those photos have since been removed.

Baby Michael is one lucky little guy. Lexia Frank Photography captured his calming and inviting sea themed nursery that is filled with light, fun artwork featuring adorable little sea creatures, large seashells and seahorses. So charming and fun! To see all of the photos submitted, head over to the full gallery before you go!

Baby Michael and His Sea Themed Nursery

Baby Michael and His Sea Themed Nursery

Baby Michael and His Sea Themed Nursery

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POSTED IN: Newborns & Infants, Real Nurseries

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    Lorraine says:

    What a lovely set of pictures and one gorgeous baby boy :-)
    But have to say the best picture that had me chuckling was the one with him taking a bath in the sink,that so made me smile the look of shock on his gorgeous face had me smiling.

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    Amy Peltier says:

    These photos are so beautiful! Hanging the artwork up by the ceiling was a fantastic idea!

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    Briana says:

    I adore those alphabet prints! Would you mind sharing where you purchased them? (I also have hair envy, you have beautiful hair!!)

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    Christina says:

    I also would like to know where you got the abc sea creature pictures at!? So cute!

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    Andrea says:

    Just beautiful! I’d love to know where you got the hand and footprint kit. I like that more than any I have found. Or did you make them yourself? Thanks in advance!