What the mother are you waiting for?
Buy her a photo session because she'd love it, and you love her.
In May, we celebrate Mothers. Do you want her to tell all her friends that you're the best husband ever? Buy her a photoshoot.
Let's face it. Women love photo sessions and photos of their little ones. Secret: they would also love photos of you and her. It's her day, it's one hour (no, you don't have to do it that day, you can book a summer or fall date!). Do it for her! Your day is coming in June, and I'm sure she'll do something amazing for you too (especially if you hit it out of the park with your gift!)
For mother's sake, buy a "Petite Please" photo session as a mother's day gift.
This inexpensive session is the perfect gift and a great intro to custom family photography. A one-hour session at your home or favourite location, and you get to relax and have fun. No stuffy studios, uncomfortable poses, or fake smiles. The package comes with 10 low and high resolution images, and I'll add 2 bonus images for a total of 12. This image below shows an example of what you can expect, for $325 tax in. That's a 25% savings, and who doesn't love a deal?
These are the kinds of things women say about their photos. Trust me, you WANT to be the guy that makes the love of your life say these kinds of things, all because of YOUR gift. Winning!
"The way that Lucy worked with our daughters, one very shy and the other not so shy, to capture their inner beings through her lens brought me to tears the first time I saw the photos. Lucy also took time to capture my husband with his guitar; a hobby near and dear to his heart. Her work is now hung on the walls of our house...Lucy is a step above the rest and we are so grateful to have found her. We highly recommend Lucy and her work." ~ Tina
Lucy will be notified when you complete your purchase, and will be in touch to schedule the session.
With a degree in Psychology and over 15 years experience in marketing and business, I followed my passion later in life to study and become a professional photographer.
But enough with the formal stuff. I never refuse a poutine, I love vintage chairs (maybe obsessively so), and have an equal obsession for horror movies and all things dark and creepy. I'm allergic to cats and to doing dishes. And I like cheeky-families who are a bit offbeat!