How to Make Family Christmas Photos Extra Special This Year
There's something about this time of year that makes things so much more magical. When you take the time to really see the snow falling on the tree boughs, or see the excitement in your children's eyes when you tell them Santa's on his way, there's a lot about this season that's worth making fond memories of.
With so many Christmases you and your family have celebrated so far, you may be feeling stumped on how to make this year extra special for everyone. Why not plan on some family Christmas photos and then take things up a notch?
If that sounds great to you and yet you're not sure how or where to start, this list can help. Here's how to make your family Christmas photos extra special this year.
Create a new tradition!
Do you like the idea of doing something different to keep the spirit of the season feeling fresh and new? Maybe you want to provide your kids with something meaningful to look forward to this time of year.
You can always ask for help from a professional photographer to capture these kinds of moments on film in the meantime.
Here are a few ideas for creating a new tradition for the holidays:
Try something new
Some of the above activities are a great starting point. What I'm wondering is: is there a Christmas tradition you've always wanted to do, yet never seemed to have enough time for it? Why not make that magic happen this year and get photos taken before, during, and afterwards?
Some ideas can include:
Celebrate your current traditions
Whatever you typically do with your family around the holidays may have to be dialed back a touch since we're still navigating this year after the last. That being said, more and more families in the Poco area are brushing the dust off their past traditions and really making family the centre of their attention this year.
Consider getting photos taken of your family's traditions, such as:
Get professional photos taken
Has it been a while since the family had photos taken with everyone involved? Why not make some new memories this year? If you've never had professional family Christmas photos taken at all, or maybe you've got a new little one to cherish in the family, this might be a great year to make that magic happen.
Professionally shot Christmas photos don't have to take place in a studio either! Some places like the Porch at Woodstone Cottage can make for a beautiful and festive setting for your family pictures.
Need a professional photographer?
I've been photographing families for over two decades now and I can tell you that this is the busiest time of the year for a good reason. It seems that with each year passing our to-do lists seem to get bigger.
Why not take the pressure off of everyone by letting me help with creating these festive memories? Give me a call and let's plan to make some Christmas magic happen.
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