Christmas is coming
I don’t mean to alarm you but…Christmas is only 37 days away! Whether you like it or not – that big red and green juggernaut of a holiday is currently gaining momentum and is heading straight for you at Mach 5 with its jingle bells on fire! So you can choose to spring into action and get your happy holiday butt in gear or become another last minute Christmas casualty.
I recommend option A and Troutman Photography just might be able to help you get your holiday season off to a great start. Right now we are offering 4 great holiday related specials to help you at least look like you’ve got the holidays in the bag.
Portraits at the Christmas Trees
Mini sessions for only $49
On Sat November 23 we’re inviting families to join us as we spend our day having fun at the Santiam Canyon Christmas Tree Farm. Come dressed in winter attire and enjoy playing around with your family while we capture fun holiday themed portraits of your loved ones. This is not only a great way to get that one-of-a-kind Christmas card photo, but also a great way to create lasting holiday memories with your family. (By appointment only though!)
Each session is 45-60 minutes long, during which we will create group portraits as well as individual portraits of each member of your family. At the end of every session we will pick out a date for you to come look at your portraits and design your Christmas cards. See the Christmas Tree Portrait ad
(There is a possibility of a second date being established – if 23rd just won’t work for you, please email email@example.com.)
Our second holiday promotion:
50 Christmas cards for $49
When you think of Christmas cards these days you unfortunately think of the thin, flat and floppy, one sided cards that are put out by big box stores and feature a badly printed photo of your family. At 19 cents a piece they are cheap and boy do they look it! No one wants to associate their family with cheap and chintzy and that’s where Troutman Photography can help. We are offering 50 high quality die cut Christmas cards featuring a stunning portrait of your family for only $49. Each card is made from partially recycled thick card stock that comes in several different shapes, adding an elegant, unique look to your holiday card. We have tons of styles and shapes to choose from and using special software we can insert your portraits directly into your holiday card while you watch allowing you to preview each style before you buy. We simply couldn’t have made it easier or more affordable to create a Christmas card that your family and friends will cherish for years to come. See the options on Christmas cards
Black Friday & Cyber Monday Specials
Save on Troutman Photography gift cards
I have been sworn to secrecy but I can at least tell you to watch our website www.Troutmanphoto.com on both Black Friday and CyberMonday for a never before offered sale on Troutman Photography gift cards. Gift cards can be used for any of our many services: Senior Portraits, infant and toddler portraits, family sessions and more. Each card spends the same as cash and makes a great gift.
Last but not least…
Pictures with Santa!
I don’t want to brag but I just happen to be close personal friends with Santa himself. Each year Santa takes a few days away from making toys and drops by our studio to pose for pictures. This year is no exception. Santa and Troutman Photography will be at Hometown Furniture in Lebanon offering portraits with Santa on Dec.7th 10 am-4pm. Lebanon Hometown Furniture has been decorating their store in preparation for Santa’s visit since September and as always they have created a winter wonderland that boggles the mind. Three semi trailers full of decorations and hundreds of man hours go into creating a holiday dreamscape that has officially been given the thumbs up by Santa himself. As always Troutman Photography will be offering special event pricing with packages starting at $20. Custom portraits with Santa Claus
Well there it is! Four different ways to help you stay ahead of the gift giving season this year.
Now all you have to do is hang the lights…wrap presents…make the cookies…host a party…hang stockings…go to the mall….go to the mall again…cook a turkey….chop down a tree…make eggnog…avoid the mistletoe and your brother-in-law…decorate the tree…watch that holiday movie for the millionth time…….
Hang in there guys!