Dan, Beth & Family ~ Holiday Card Session Revisited

I’ve done a few Holiday Card sessions already this fall and thought I’d take a moment to talk more about them, especially highlight select sessions from last year over the course of several blog posts. The Holiday Card Special is a great opportunity to have a fun with your family, plus get 24-5×7 Custom Cards in which you get to choose the design and photo. And, more importantly get this done EARLY:-) (.. like, before Halloween-early…)

Dan, Beth & family

This Davenport family jumped on this special right away last year. Being 2 very busy parents and juggling activities of 4 kids, they were smart and got their Holiday Card session done in… early September! Yay for them!!! (Wow!) After much thought they decided on a design, a photo, and had their cards ready by early October. Their session was shot in the backyard of their home, allowing them the time and flexibility to change and move around more comfortably. In November, I saw Dan at a wedding I was shooting. We chatted a bit and he told a colleague at his table that I did his family’s Christmas cards, adding that they already had them ready to send, and they’d get one soon 🙂

For more information on the Holiday Card Session, there is an early-bird special for people who book their photo shoot before Oct. 30. So beat the rush before Halloween, and contact me for further details.

Cheers,

Shuva

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Accent Photographics specializes in on-location baby, children and family photography, and special-event photography of weddings in eastern

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