We are so happy to announce that we are offering spring mini sessions this year with the cherry blossoms in Seattle! Michael and I both attended the University of Washington in Seattle and LOVED running to the quad to take photos with the Japanese cherry blossoms together. We can hardly wait to take dreamy cherry blossom photos for others who love them as much as we do!
These mini sessions are perfect for updating family photos with kiddos that have a shorter attention spans, getting new couples photos when your significant other might not enjoy taking photos, or if you wanted to document a special time in your life while surrounded by Seattle’s romantic cherry blossom trees! They’re even perfect for as a Mother’s Day gift to give your mom the family photos that you probably haven’t done together in way too long.
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Seattle Cherry Blossom Mini Session Details:
WHEN: Saturday, April 3rd, 2021
Timeslots: 8:30am, 9am, 9:30am, 10am, 10:30am
WHERE: UW Seattle’s Quad
SESSION TYPE: Family, maternity, bridal, couples, engagement, headshots.
SESSION INCLUDES: 20 minute time slot with 10 high-resolution images* delivered to a personalized online gallery
*Option to purchase additional images
TURNAROUND TIME: 2 weeks after session
PRICING: $225 (plus tax) ***USE CODE ‘earlybird’ through February to save $50***
TO BOOK: The full balance and signed contract is due to secure your time slot. All mini sessions are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.
PLAN FOR RAIN: In the possible chance of rain, mini sessions will go on as scheduled and clients will use clear, bubble umbrellas provided by us! The location has many brick pathways so no one will get muddy.
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Want to book a full portrait session while spring flowers are in bloom? Inquire for a full session HERE.
[…] Spring is hands down, our favorite season. When the cherry blossoms start to show their delicate pink petals, one of the most beautiful locations to see them is at UW Seattle’s quad. With Japanese cherry blossoms lining both sides of the school’s quad, they draw crowds of visitors who want to admire the blooms. Michael and I share that same excitement for the cherry blossoms at UW. When we attended UW, we made a date out of walking to the quad and talking subpar selfies with the cherry blossoms every year. (This year, we’ve decided to offer cherry blossom mini sessions at UW and if you’d like more details and to reserve your own mini session, check out this post.) […]