Holy-moly! Y’all, we are already well into January… 2016 is here! Crazy! Now that Christmas cards are officially out… Today I’m excited to feature some favorites from my 2015 Holiday Mini-Sessions. I always like to wait until January to post my favorites so there isn’t a spoiler alert with any families that might be getting some last minute cards in the mail 🙂
As you may know, I only offer mini-sessions once per year just before the holidays. These mini-sessions are designed to be held on a specific date, at a specific location, each session is 20 minutes long, and they are offered at a special rate. The kicker is that I only offer 15 timeslots and it’s first come-first served. I offer an exclusive Facebook group for my clients for announcements/giveaways/specials, etc. (if you’re a client and not already in the group, click here, and I’ll add you!) — Here I’ll post a link to book a timeslot 24-hours before information is released to the public (a special perk for being in the #ASPfamily!). It’s a marathon day of back-to-back sessions for me (whew!) where I’ll bring Christmas props, sweets (as a little bribery for the kiddos), and my Bose for some Christmas tunes!
Last September I announced the details and I was SO pumped to see so many returning clients booking their timeslots. It was great to catch up with everyone! I was fortunate to have had lots of new clients book me too — love meeting new friends! I think it was sold out in a few days which was awesome! In 2014, I hosted the mini-sessions at Tuckahoe Plantation. For 2015, it was held in Byrd Park at the historic Carillon. I was excited to host it here since the location offers so much variety to explore the grounds. Even though the sessions were held in November, we still had some fall leaves on the trees! My hubby was sweet to get there with me bright and early to help setup and keep me company before my 1st session kicked off at 8:30AM — thanks Ryan!
Enjoy browsing some favorites (in no particular order) — Can’t believe I need to start prepping for 2016 minis in 9 months! Yikes!! 🙂