Posts Tagged 'Halloween portraits'
We thought we’d whet your appetite a bit for the big Costumes & Cans post still to come with a few of our own girls. We get so busy with our Costumes & Cans charity event each year at this time that getting our own kids into the studio in their costumes is a bit of a challenge (code for–we didn’t even get them in the studio in their costumes last year!). I was feeling pretty guilty and decided we could squeeze it in today between school, homework, and Teagan’s guitar lesson. The girls were excited to get in full costume with hair and makeup (which may not even happen to this extent on Halloween since Reilly will be at gymnastics until at least 6:30pm!). Our 10-year old, Reilly, chose a gypsy/fortune teller costume and Teagan chose a flapper costume, even though she has no idea what a flapper is! (the power of sequins and feathers for a 7 year-old!). Teagan was so impressed with herself that she requested to be on next year’s promo piece for our Costumes & Cans event! Here are a few favorites…they each chose their full-body individual images here–we are getting a taste of how picky girls can be about themselves in portraits! Happy Halloween!!
It’s that time again! We’re so excited to announce our 4th annual Costumes & Cans event. For those of you who haven’t attended, here’s the scoop: bring your child in his/her Halloween costume, along with a minimum 5 can food donation for the Placer Food Bank, and you’ll receive a 5×7 print of your little pumpkin! ( 5 cans minimum per child, not per family please). Of course special priced add-on prints will be available the day of the event, but due to the volume of people, we will only be able to accept cash or checks for add-on’s. No appointment will be necessary, so come anytime between 10am-2pm! Please note: the event is being held at the new Enchanted Images studio at 950 Reserve Dr., #130 in Roseville, 95678.
We are so excited to announce our 3rd annual Costumes & Cans Halloween charity event! The event is being held at the Silver Spoon boutique, and we hope to make this our biggest year ever and collect more canned food than ever before (donations will go directly to the Placer Food Bank). Last year we collected over 2,000 pounds of food–together let’s blow that out of the water this year! Please bring your little ghosts & goblins out and help someone in need while getting a great Halloween costume portrait of your child.