TuckWrap newborn photography wraps were invented by Indianapolis newborn photographer Leah Severson. She's been photographing newborn babies for more than 20 years and was frustrated that once she got a baby wrapped, she had to unwrap the baby - and potentially wake up a peacefully sleeping baby - in order to change to the next wrap. She initially designed the TuckWrap to lay over a traditional newborn photography wrap so you could leave the baby wrapped in the original wrap and completely change the look without disturbing the baby. Leah later developed the UnderWrap. It's another patent-pending newborn photography wrapping device. This is designed to go on beneath a traditional wrap or beneath a TuckWrap, to hold baby in a nice, rounded position so baby is comfy and swaddled during the session. TuckWraps newborn photography wraps come in lots of different styles and colors. Current TuckWrap designs include 3-bow TuckWraps, single-knot TuckWraps, criss-cross TuckWraps, and specialty TuckWraps. Our specialty TuckWraps feature multiple fabric styles, lace, rainbows, and lots of other trims and fun things to make your newborn photography sessions really stand out from the crowd.