5 Reasons Mini Grads Should Take Pictures

Graduation Photography Sessions for Kids

There is very important thing that happens in the month of June; the end of the school year. Saying goodbye to one grade, or even to an entire school.  Both are perfect times for a photoshoot!

1. Everyone knows how hard it is to get your child into an NYC school. Starting a year in advance with paper work and applications and interviews and all the stress in-between. Take a picture that commemorates just how worth it all that work was.


2. Kids love to dress up in all different kinds of outfits. Even if it’s an obnoxiously hot and itchy robe, and a cap that never makes any sense. Wearing something different lets their imagination go wild.



Graduation Photography Sessions for Kids

 

3. Let’s be honest. The smaller grades are one of the only time your kids will pay attention to you when they graduate. Teenagers will be way too excited and busy saying goodbye to all their old friends and gearing up to move out of the house.


4. They like to throw things. It’s a fact. Graduation hats aren’t excluded from the list.



Graduation Photography Sessions for Kids

5. Praise their success to another school year being completed.  They worked hard.  Let them celebrate!

When the end of the school year finally approaches, it is not only a sigh of relief, but also a time to be proud of your mini grads accomplishments.  Its a great time to capture that success and accomplishment with a photo session. Every milestone counts in a little ones life. Give them something to remember it with.


Graduation Photography Sessions for Kids

 

Take advantage of our graduation special for your little one in cap and gown.

$129.99 ($50 savings)

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By | 2016-05-28T21:52:41+00:00 May 28th, 2016|Graduation, Photo Tips, Uncategorized|Comments Off on 5 Reasons Mini Grads Should Take Pictures
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