***NOTE*** THIS POST WILL BE AT THE TOP OF THE BLOG UNTIL AFTER THE HOLIDAYS!
Tis the season! Here’s how to order holiday cards for your family and loved ones once you’ve come in for your portrait session! And if you haven’t done that yet, there’s still time!
STEP 1 – Pick out your favorite card design
STEP 2 – Choose your favorite photo(s)
STEP 3 – Decide text for your card – Names/Greeting, etc. (Simple changes are at no charge, but if a redesign is necessary, there will be a charge of $15.00)
STEP 4 – Choose paper style – photographic paper, semi-gloss, or matte recycled (Please note – you cannot get a die-cut or back side of a card if you order the photographic paper)
STEP 5 – Choose your quantity, make sure you count carefully!
The following prices include envelopes. Prices are valid on the same card design. Orders cannot be split. Die cut is $10 additional per 25.
STEP 6 – Call us with your order at 860.659.1119, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Click HERE to see the designs!
Lynne and Ryan had a simply gorgeous day for the November wedding. A little chill in the air, some fall foliage still left on the trees and one of the craziest wedding parties in awhile. We knew what was in store for us since we photographed Lynne’s sister Kaitlin’s wedding a few year ago too Their ceremony was at St Mark’s Church in Stratford, with photos at Boothe Park and Hartford City Hall and then the reception to follow at The Bond Ballroom in Hartford. A big thanks to Rob Alberti for the beautiful lighting and of course a great dance party as well.
Favorite moments of the day?
Lynne’s blue details, right down to her shoes and champagne glasses
The place cards – one of the most creative (and time consuming projects I think they encountered)
The kickoff to Lynne’s father-daughter dance. It’s not everyday that this memorable dance begins with the UCONN fight song and dad wearing a husky hat!
I love when the holiday season comes around because that’s when the family portrait phone calls roll in more frequently and we get to see some of our “regulars” for their holiday portrait card session. We’ve enjoyed photographing Megan, Marc and their daughter Logan for the past couple of years (just wait until you see Logan’s birthday party from this October) and it’s great to see how much the kids change in one year! For those who are still interested, there is still time for holiday card photos!!