Ready or not... here comes the holiday season...
I walked into a Target store the afternoon of Halloween, and my jaw dropped to the floor when I saw that the Christmas trees were already up on display. Are you kidding me?
But, ready it or not, here we go... the days will start slipping by, and before you know it we'll be singing carols, swapping gifts and sipping cocoa by the fire. OoooOOORRRrrr, if you're anything like me, you'll be running through the malls like crazy looking for the PER-FECT last-minute holiday gift.
Breathe in. Breathe out. Repeat. We'll get through this together. I'm here to help.
Spare me 15 minutes, and we'll snap some pictures for your holiday cards. Another 15 minutes of placing your order, and you'll have your cards done and gifts galore for friends and family. Easy-peasy, right? Let's DO it! Here's how...
Holiday mini portrait sessions are HERE!
Small on price. Big on SMILES. A mini-session offers you just what you need for your busy schedule and stretched budget.
Mini-Sessions are taking place on Sunday, November 20 at a park in Irvine (specific location to be shared at a later date with those who sign up).
For just $75 (plus tax), you will receive:
-15 minute portrait session -15 fully-edited photos hosted on an online gallery for 2 weeks -25 flat holiday cards (click here to see this year's designs) -OR- one digital image
Additional cards, prints and products are available for purchase, and special "mini-collections" will also be available.
the nitty-gritty: A deposit of $40 will be required to hold your spot. Each mini-session can include up to 5 people; there is a $10 fee for each additional person. Remainder of session fee ($40) is due at time of session. Your final images will be ready for viewing within one week. Images will be hosted online for 2 weeks and you will have the ability to purchase additional items, including special "mini-collections."
This is your last chance to squeeze in a mini-session before the end of the year.
Space is limited (5 slots only!!!), so make sure to snag your spot before they're gone.