We’re happy to announce that Santa Claus is coming back to Big Apple Portraits! We know, we know, it’s still July but these next few months will fly by so quickly and before you can blink, it’ll be the holidays once more.

Our wonderful friend, Mr. Claus, will be back in the studio on November 20th-21st and again on December 13th. We wanted to announce the dates a few months ahead of time so everyone could note it for their schedules and be prepared for the 2015 Holiday Season.

As an incentive for booking your Santa Sessions early, we’re offering to lock in last year’s prices if you decide to book and prepay for your session by August 15th. Please note that for this year, we’ll require a $50 deposit when you book your session and you must confirm within 48 hours or we will not reserve your spot. The $50 deposit will go toward any package you choose.



If you also decide to book and place an order for your regular Holiday Session before October 15th, you can get last year’s prices for our special Holiday Packages as well.

Starting weekdays in September, we will be doing mini sessions with Milk & Cookies and ‘Faux’ Hot Cocoa.  We are offering a special with 5 digital images for $275 (savings of $100).  It’s a great (and fun!) alternative for the kids if they aren’t into Santa. And just think, with your photos done early, it’ll be such a relief to send out holiday cards and have gifts done before the rush of the season begins.  Just use either COOKIES or HOTCOCOA when you book your session.


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For reference, here are cut off dates for the holidays:

  • December 4: Last day to order Holiday Cards
  • December 7: Last Day to order Frames, Books & Canvas Wraps
  • December 11: Last Day to order Prints
  • December 11: Last Day to include a Rush Fee
  • December 15: Last Day to order Full Resolution Digital Images




By | 2015-07-27T09:00:52+00:00 July 27th, 2015|Big Apple Portraits, Pricing, Santa, Winter Holidays|Comments Off on Announcing Our Santa Sessions & Holiday Sessions
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