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Ho Ho Ho – Wait, What? Santa’s Coming on November 5!

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Yes, folks, as long and hot as our summer was here in Central Texas, it’s time to dust off the (lightweight) sweater and think of all things holiday! We are so excited to have the REAL Santa Claus visiting our studio on Saturday, November 5.  You won’t find long lines, crying babies and boring sets here – we wanted something fun and different. So mark your calendars for COOKIES WITH SANTA! Not only is the REAL Santa coming, he’s bringing yummy treats from the North Pole Bakery for your little ones to decorate.

Start your visit with a short chat with Santa, in his trusty red chair, then mosey over to the table and roll out some fancy Christmas cookies – don’t forget to add the sprinkles! Then wrap up your Santa experience with a rousing rendition of “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” read by the man in red himself.

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Your child will always remember this fun visit with Santa! And you’ll love the adorable keepsake ornament that is included in your session! Only $49 for 1 child, $10 for each additional. Each child will receive a keepsake ornament, plus a gourmet cookie to decorate. Specially priced packages available, starting at $99.

This event will SELL OUT fast, so call now to reserve your child’s BEST SANTA EXPERIENCE ever! 512-930-1902

  • October 15, 2011 - 10:40 am

    Julie - I want to come have my portrait taken with that Santa! He is awesome!! I love these images and what a great concept – much more special than the quicky Santa pic in the mall. These are a treasure!

  • October 16, 2011 - 9:20 am

    allie - This is the best Santa set up I have ever seen! LOVE your images, ADORE the santa, the kids are adorable, what sweet interactions!

  • November 1, 2011 - 9:26 am

    Austin Georgetown Family Child Photographer | Teri Mason Photography - BLOG - […] I have this image printed as a canvas, and I look forward to hanging it each year with my holiday decorations.  I put it in the dining room, which is the heart of our home. I love seeing my children’s faces and the wonder of seeing Santa. It has captured a moment in time that will likely never be the same! […]

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