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*sneak peek* Meghan & Gavin and other news…

I can’t believe that October is right around the corner. I love October because Halloween is my favorite holiday. I already have Ernie’s costume…it’ a surprise. Last year he was Bat Dog, the year before that we was a hockey player, the year before that he was a lobster and the year before that he was a fire fighter.
Anyway, I feel like this wedding season is flying by. Five more fabulous weddings left in my season…can’t wait!!
In other news….
My October portrait calendar is filling up. I schedule portrait sessions into November but if you are looking for warmer weather or colorful leaves on trees book your session before mid-November. Weekend sessions are the first to be booked and I always have weekday availability for you flexible folks.
Starting next month I’m no longer offering online galleries with my portrait sessions. I’m thrilled to finally offer in studio print ordering services complete with projection and snacks. I’ll be blogging about this in detail in the next coming weeks. So fun!! It’s been a year in the making researching equipment, investing in presentation software etc. So fun to see images come to life in the form of canvas,framed prints with the click of a button.
Because we know how fast days turn into weeks and weeks turn into months…this is the part of the post where I talk about deadlines!!
The studio will be closed:
November 27th-Dec 1st- Thanksgiving. I’m hosting this year…wish me luck.
Dec 18th-  Jan 3rd – Xmas & New Years
Coming Soon: Sneak peeks from Melissa & Rob’s Vermont wedding and a ton of  September portraits.
Blog posts without images are no fun…..here is a sneak peek from Meghan & Gavin’s wedding at the Endicott Estate! Gorgeous.

 

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Jocelyn Nolte Miller - October 11, 2012 - 4:38 PM

Sooooo excited for you to start your in studio print ordering! Congrats 🙂

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