Let’s get creative and make some fun and unique images for you!
With (dare I say it) Christmas coming up fast, all of us lovely photographers are filling your news feeds with our beautiful Christmas mini session sets. I too have these sets, but more on these in a weeks or two.
I want to share with you another type of mini session that will be perfect if you’re looking for something a little different. Something that could be used for this years Christmas image, but also doesn’t necessarily scream Christmas, making it an all year kind of photo if you want it to be:
Star confetti mini sessions
These are absolutely perfect for all ages, babies and children LOVE them!
The session lasts only 30 minutes, so it’s quick and easy, meaning your little one will be in and out before they can start to get bored. There’s absolutely no posing involved, we just have lots of fun playing with the star confetti – capturing natural images of your baby/child as they are.
When are you holding the next star confetti mini session day?
My next mini session day is this Saturday, 12th October. I still have a few spaces left, so if this is something that your child/baby would love, then sign them up!
The star confetti mini sessions cost £39 which includes the fun 30 minute session and 3 high resolution digital images via a temporary private online gallery.
A £20 deposit will secure your session time (please note, this has to be paid at the time of making your booking for your time to be secured. Any booking without a deposit will be given to the next person).
I hope this has got you as excited as me, I honestly can’t wait to get creative with all of the families who are booked in already!
Have a great week everyone 🙂
P.s. I will be adding all of the families who attend the day to a draw to win an extra 2 digital images worth £60! The lucky winner will be announced at the end of the day – Saturday 12th October.
P.P.S. If you fancy a bit more of a read, I LOVE Sharon Nicholson’s work, she’s a maternity photographer in Aberdeen and really is someone to aspire to. She’s blogged about maternity photography this week. To have a look, please follow the link: