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We are just at an age where the boy is getting really excited about Halloween. Last year he almost realized what was going on, and he wanted to change his costume idea on the way to the fall festival. It was frustrating, but he ended up going with Elmo and all was good. When he was 2, he was Winnie the Pooh. The year before he was a super adorable dinosaur. And even for his first Halloween at the wise old age of 7-weeks, he was Toto (his dad was a scarecrow and I was Dorothy.)
My photos haven’t been the greatest because once he has the costume on and knows we’re heading out, he gets super wiggly. I sometimes wish we had a pro’s help with his costume photos. Right now (especially for my Asheville friends, because I know some of you are reading this!) there is a free portrait event happening next week – just before Halloween, so the kid’s costumes should still fit and they won’t be hyped up just before trick-or-treating!
You’re invited to a Halloween Party! No tricks here, just treats. Portrait Innovations invites you to attend their FREE PORTRAIT EVENT, at your nearest studio on Monday, October 26th from 4-6pm. Make sure to come dressed in costume to recieve a free 5×7 Print, 3 freeDigital Images, and of course FREE candy for kids in costume! There will be no sales or appointments during this event.
Of course, there will be candy! What Halloween event would be complete without? And, for a little extra motivation for YOU, submit those darling costume portraits from the event in the Portrait Innovations Boo-tiful Costume Contest for a chance to win a $5,000 cash prize. That’ll make for a fantastic Halloween!
Every Portrait Innovations Studio across the country is hosting the event. To find the studio closest to you, visit portraitinnovations.com
Can’t make it on the 26th? Don’t worry! Book a regular appointment, snap a few costume pics and you can still enter the contest.
Planning to go? What will your littles be dressed up as? (Before my child came along, I dressed up my cat in costumes. So if you don’t have human children, do you dress up your pets?)