Christmas Portraits in Santa’s Workshop
This past week we snuck into Santa’s Workshop to show off what it will look like when Santa comes to visit very soon! Only a few of our Magical Santa Experience portrait sessions remain available and this will be the only weekend this year for Santa at the Always Images Studio. We can’t wait for these special moments with Santa for classic Christmas portraits. Each Magical Santa Experience includes a personalized album with beautifully edited images as a family keepsake. And we also give back to Dustin’s Place from each Magical Santa session booked as part of our annual Santa Session Charity event. Want to book a session for your children now? Book Your Santa Portrait Session
What Makes Christmas Portraits so Magical?
A letter from Santa arrives to your home to invite your little ones to a visit with Santa at the Always Images studio. The sheer delight of this helps to build the excitement for the upcoming Christmas portraits in Santa’s Workshop. As seen here, my children were delighted to find a letter with their name on it inviting them to see Santa in a few weeks! Since we are still waiting for Santa, they decided to help him out a little bit!
The Night Before Christmas
Santa always reads part of “The Night Before Christmas” as part of his visit with all of the children in the Magical Santa Christmas portraits. It is always a favorite moment of wonder.
Being Santa’s Helpers
Santa always needs a little extra help in the Magical Santa Christmas portraits, so he has toys to help prep and paint with the children who visit. Being like elves brings such focus to the moment and sweetness. Everyone loves to help Santa in his workshop!
Finishing Up with Milk and Cookies
We always try to capture variety in our Fine Art Christmas portraits. Milk & cookies with Santa or another little treat is the best. We can’s wait for Santa to come visit very soon! Don’t wait to book your Santa portrait session, as these will sell out!
The Always Images photography studio is the perfect distance from South Bend, Mishawaka, Granger, Kokomo, Niles, Michigan City, Culver, Knox, Rochester, Lakeville, Bremen and of course, Plymouth, Indiana.
About Always Images
Becky Furry, owner of Always Images is based in Culver, Indiana (about an hour from South Bend, Mishawaka, Granger areas). She specializes in capturing fine art family portraiture. Becky is a member of the Professional Photographers of America and also is a retired Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She is a preferred photographer for the Culver Academies and has been since 2011. Always Images gives back from every Culver Academies session to the Culver Educational Fund. We are also proud to support the Maxinkuckee Adventure Sailing program, HIS Small Wonders Betty A. Nolin Scholarship fund, Boys & Girls Club of Marshall County, Culver Indiana Chamber of Commerce and more.
The Always Images studio is located in Downtown Plymouth, Indiana in a historic building with a full studio to service our clients. We also have outdoor location in Culver with beautiful old barns, refined rustic modern spaces, sprawling green fields and is close to Lake Maxinkuckee and the gorgeous Culver Academies. To contact Becky, reach out at 574-598-0022 or Becky@Always-Images.com for a personal consultation for your portrait needs. Do you like Facebook? Follow Always Images on Facebook or is Instagram your thing? Find me at www.instagram.com/BeckyFurry
You may have noticed I enjoy sharing other photographer’s from all over the world. This week is Miriam Caterina Wahl Photography, who does beautiful newborn photography Wandsworth, London . If you’re ever in Portland, her work is beautiful! Head over to see some of it today!
What an amazing Christmas set up and experience for little ones. Love the idea.
It’s definitely one of my favorite things too!
Oh my gosh this is such a sweet holiday family activity! I love all of the care and thought you’ve put into the details and the best part is the photos each family will have to look back on and enjoy for years to come! 💕
Thank you! I love creating a piece of art for each family I work with.
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