Easter Mini Session {Rachel Cleere Photography | OKC Photographer}

Monday, March 11, 2013



Updated information about the Easter mini! 

Session fee includes up to two children (six months old/sitting up will work best with this session). If booking for more than two children, or if you think your little one might need more time, please consider booking two time slots. If anyone chooses to do this you will receive double the time, digital files, and 5x7's. The session fee does not include sales tax or shipping. 

Depending on the weather on those two days, the mini session will either be inside the studio building or nearby the studio building, which is located in Bricktown. (The setup will be similar either way). The setup is simple and chic, perfect for those Easter outfits!  

OH YEAH! Did I mention you will have the choice to add a couple little ducklings for the last five to ten minutes of the session?? They are SO cute! It is totally up to each session if they want the baby ducks to join in at the end or not. Also, don't worry we will have the ducks in another area so your little one isn't distracted through out the session. ;) I will discuss this more with each client when booking, just to get your thoughts on how your child will feel about the ducklings. 

Since these sessions will only be offered two days, there will be a very limited number of time slots available. In order to save your mini session time slot, payment must be made within 24 hours of booking your mini session. Paying when you book your mini guarantees your time slot, it also gives us more time for taking photos the day of, instead of having to worry about completing the payment. 

 More information about the day of your session and directions to the location, will be given after booking your session.  If you have any other questions about anything I have left out or if you would like to book your mini session, please email me at rcleere1@gmail.com.

Thanks!!
-Rachel 


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