It can be so hard to get an updated family picture with everyone in it. I know from personal experience since we just did our own this month. It’s one of my favorite kinds of sessions to do though! It’s really fun to see families come together and pictures of grandparents with their grandbabies always make me smile. It was my pleasure to photograph this sweet family!
This fresh newborn baby came home to a beautiful mountain home, nestled in the woods outside of Park City. The location was ideal and the family just so sweet.
It’s such an exciting thing when dear friends invite you to document their growing family. I’ve known Bonnie Ann for many years and just think the world of her. Her family is just so beautiful. I enjoyed taking these cute newborn and family photos at their lovely home.
This family session was hands-down the most eventful and exciting session I've ever had the pleasure of photographing. Looking at these images you'd never know that there was vomit, an angry swan, some very anxious bystanders, a broken foot bridge and a canoe- filled with water that almost capsized! We really had an epic time! And I couldn't be happier with how beautiful these images turned out. What a lovely family!
It's the time of year again when mailboxes are filled with love from family and friends. And I just have to say that receiving and sending cards is one of my most favorite traditions. It can be a challenge to choose which picture and which card to use and so for that reason I just love how TinyPrints and Shutterfly have their website set up. They have a really convenient feature to browse all the card designs with your own photo, so that you can see what each design would look like and narrow down your selection in a much more efficient way. Just take a look at this screen shot of their site with my family's portrait (take by Duston Todd) ... Using this feature made finding my card so easy and so fast.
My family loves to include a few highlights from each year on our card so I love how I'm able to change the back options and add text with a cute background.
TinyPrints really gets cards, even down to the little details like envelope liners. Having this extra pop of color as the envelopes are opened truly makes an understated impact. I love personally addressing my cards and also use a custom address stamp that I got from TinyPrints a few years ago, but if you don't like writing out your address by hand, they have an option to print your address on the envelopes.
I love how cute and easy doing Christmas cards can really be! And since I love it so much I have partnered up with Shutterfly and TinyPrints to offer one lucky follower a $50 credit to TinyPrints!! All you have to do is comment on this post and share it for an entry (can also enter on instagram @caroleebeckhamphoto). Giveaway is now open and winner will be announced on Wednesday of next week: December 13th. GOOD LUCK! and Merry Christmas Card Making!