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2020 has thrown everyone for a loop, but Santa won’t give up or give in to the craziness! We are THRILLED to announce that our Santa portrait event is happening this year, despite the MANY challenges thrown our way. First, our event location this year is at Precision Dance Center in Roseville, and we couldn’t be more grateful for their generosity for co-hosting this event. Most important is that Santa himself is 100% committed to making all of your children’s Christmas wishes come true. Santa will stand behind his chair/your children this year but will also be happy to do a traditional “sitting” if you prefer. We have hosted this event for over a decade and thanks to all of you, have donated THOUSANDS of toys to Toys 4 Tots. Due to Covid 19 restrictions this year, we have had to make some changes to the structure of the event in order to still make it happen. As such, all sittings must be BY APPOINTMENT ONLY–we cannot have large crowds gathering and must comply with social distancing and mask requirements while waiting for your sitting. Each Santa sitting reservation will include a digital image file (sized for holiday cards, emailed to you by end of day Dec. 10). If you choose to bring a new, unwrapped toy donation (which we hope you do!), you will also receive a 5×7 print of your image (but this is not required).
Once you make your reservation, we will then be sending out emails to everyone with a separate registration form, where you can give us your kiddos’ names and let us know if you would like to add any images, prints, or have prints mailed to you.
We know this is a LOT of new information this year–sorry about that!! Please feel free to contact us with questions, and you can RESERVE YOUR SANTA SITTING HERE.
It’s that time again! We’re thrilled to announce our 4th annual Mommy & Me Portraits for the Cure event. This is an opportunity for all the moms out there who are often behind the camera to finally get a great portrait of themselves with their kids, all while donating to a wonderful cause. We will be photographing on the background shown here, so please plan clothing accordingly (the background is lighter with pale pinks and greens). Our biggest rule of thumb when it comes to clothing choices is to make sure you aren’t mixing lights and darks too much. We will have prints ready in time for Father’s Day–hint, hint! Hope to see you there!