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Apple Cart Mini-Sessions are Here for Fall!

The days are already getting cooler, school has started, and Labor Day weekend is fading in the rear-view mirror. Fall is coming up fast, with the first official day being September 22nd.  And to celebrate, Clicking Through Life is hosting some children’s portrait mini-sessions over at Hoppily Ever After Farms on September 23rd! What a way to spend the first official Saturday of fall – a drive in the country, hanging out at the farm, exploring the garden, and watching the kiddos get some adorable fall photos taken…did I mention there’s cider and donuts on this apple cart!? For the kids, of course, but if mom and dad are up for attempting to eat a hanging donut, we might let them sneak into a picture!

The session will last about 20 minutes and can accommodate up to three kids, and we have the whole garden as our studio, allowing for several different areas to shoot. (We can absolutely change the timing and price structure for more than three kids, please just ask! No worries.) And no stiff, formal poses or cheesy grins allowed. The best smiles come naturally, when you’re having fun… and hanging donuts are SUPER fun.  Cute boots, cozy sweaters, snazzy hats… check out the pics below and start planning what the kids will wear! It’s gonna be fall, y’all. And they’re only young once! We’re  offering this for just one day, so schedule soon to secure a good time slot!

With so many pictures of our families uploaded to social media, it’s become almost a luxury to treat yourself to printed images, let alone a professional photo shoot.

Let us create your next family heirloom to hang on the wall. Special discount of 20% on any order from your session.

E-mail kacey@clickingthroughlife.com to schedule your session.

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