Make Your Holiday Family Card Something Memorable

Copyrights to Amanda Puls http://www.photographybyamandamarie.com

The holidays are the most popular time for families to take family portraits together. One of the main motives is holiday cards. This year when you take yours, think outside the box. How many times have you posed along-side or in front of your Christmas tree? Why not capture a special moment?
This is a photo of my daughter Gabriella with her Auntie Alyse with whom she shares a special bond. Right now they both love Partridge Creek (where this photo was taken). Gabriella loves the play gym there. Alyse loves the shops there. And they enjoy going there together. Gabriella is toasting her chocolate milk to Alyse’s beloved Starbucks coffee. Gabriella is wearing a coat that has been passed along through the little women in our family. She is the fourth to wear it so far. It is these simple little details in life that we look back on and smile when we remember them. These are the things that are perfect to capture.
What are some of the memorable moments that you’ve captured and shared?
-Amanda Puls, Beaumont Parenting Program volunteer and photographer at www.photographybyamandamarie.com

1 Response to “Make Your Holiday Family Card Something Memorable”


  1. 1 Lauren November 28, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    Perfect post for today…We are having holiday photos taken today, and I wanted them to be different so we are planning to make a gingerbread village!


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