Tuesday, November 4, 2008

November only, Limited Edition family portrait sessions

The holidays will come and go before you know it, so now's the time to take advantage of Coffeehouse Photography's limited edition family photo sessions. There will only be 8 more shoots booked for the rest of the year, as we too spend time with our families over the holidays.

Every year I look forward to getting new family photos done to send out as holiday cards and for gifts to give out to my family and friends, and here's your opportunity to do the same. Now through the end of the month, you can let us capture you and your family in a familiar setting such as your home or a favorite location of your choice (In the Kitsap area only, please). Book your session on the weekend and get two photographers for the same price. (Steve and Courtnee will both be shooting)

The cost is $325. This amount covers the session (Approx. 45 minutes) and one professionally retouched image of your choice for your Christmas card and a signature 8x10 print perfect for framing. All the images will be available on our Website for purchase, in addition to hundreds of personalized products including holiday cards, wall calendars, framed prints, mouse pads, and lots more.

SESSIONS MUST TAKE PLACE NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 1ST! There is LIMITED availability, so shoot an email over to clients@coffeehousephotography.com to set up your session now!

To browse photos from a couple of our recent shoots, copy and paste or just click on the following link to start the show.



To browse the product catalog, just visit http://www.coffeehousephotography.com/ and click on the 2008 Catalog link on the top of every page for more information.

Monday, November 3, 2008



We had the best time going door to door. Weston giggled from house to house collecting candy. Belle enjoyed being in the back opening one candy bar after another. Cami danced back and forth with her adorable grin across her face. Scarlett got candy and then went back to the door with the hope no one noticed she was double dipping.Aniston jumped up and down and yelled trick or treat with her little lisp. Lilli was a starlet, her dress was so long it drug from door to door. Every now and then she would hike it up so high her unders would show. We all laughed and enjoyed the kids. It was a stress relief to laughing and having fun.
I hate to even say it but Mike once again is laid off. He has been home for 2 weeks and we are hoping for him to find something soon. I think the kids have started driving him crazy. It is funny how mom's can look passed the crying and fighting. He asked me the other day why they cry so much. hmmmm. I hope he is getting a little taste of what it is like to be at home with 6 kids. I'll keep you updated.
Each holiday gets better I cannot wait for Christmas!!!