Mother’s Day is fast approaching and you are probably searching the web for the perfect gift. Flowers, jewelry, and other material items are nice but there is only one gift mom will cherish for years to come, and that is the gift of photography! There’s a lot of thought that goes into choosing any gift whether it’s for a birthday, graduation, anniversary or the holidays. Most gifts have a limited shelf life and will usually get placed in the back of a cupboard once the novelty has worn off but photography is not one of these gifts. 

Why Give the Gift of Photography?

  • It’s Unique.

A photography session is unique to each person and tells a story. Each image depicts a special moment in time and is a gift that will take you back to that moment time and time again. Whether it’s a photography session, picture album or a special picture in a beautiful frame, photography is one of the gifts that can be thoughtful and unique to each individual.

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  • It’s a classic gift.

Unlike the latest fashion or tech trends, photographs are something you will treasure for years to come.  Photographs will never go out of style and in fact, will become more valuable with each coming year.

Not only are the images cherished for years but the memories these images bring about will also be cherished. From recalling the good times had with loved ones to the laughs you had with your photographer during your photo session each image will bring about a memory that will always put a smile on their face.

  • You don’t have to wrap it!

Not everyone can wrap a gift like a pro and having to find the perfect paper can be a hassle. When you give the gift of a photography session you don’t have to worry about finding the tape or scissors.

Photography is personal and special and I am here to help you through the entire process, from booking your session, helping you choose your wardrobe and finally choosing the images you love! Photography is the only gift that will last for years to come. Schedule your session today! 

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