Hello Mothers! Your day to celebrate is coming and what better way than with having your picture taken with your little one! On Sunday, April 30 we are hosting Deanna Marie Photography for Mother's Day Mini Photo Sessions at Granola Babies.
About Deanna Marie Photography
I’m a Portrait and Lifestyle Photographer based in Orange County who has a passion for capturing all the little, silly, beautiful, once in a lifetime moments that make up who we are. I have 3 young boys and reside in San Clemente with my husband where we love to spend time taking advantage of the many beaches and hiking trails.
My background in photography dates back to my early twenties. I was always with a camera in hand and to this day much hasn’t changed! I am self taught; lending my skills and expertise to all the many online and in person classes, Photography Expos & Seminars I’ve invested in. I am continually educating myself to keep relevant and love to seek out opportunities to use the gift God has given me. It was about two years ago that I decided to start providing photography professionally. And I’m so glad I did and here to serve all of you at Granola Babies! I look forward to meeting you at the next mini session!
If you would like to inquire about packages and pricing please contact: email@example.com and visit Deanna's website here: www.deannamariephotography.com.
Session is for mother and children only. Mini photo sessions require a $10 reservation fee is. You will receive the $10 back as Granola Babies store credit the day of the event but must show up for your mini photo session appointment to receive the $10. And you'll have the option to purchase a package directly from Deanna Marie Photography.
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