Please note: This is a sponsored post. I was compensated for my time. All opinions are 100% mine.
I love living in Asheville. I love it so much, because it is a small city with an amazing variety of businesses to help with everything I need. I wasn’t at all nervous when we moved here that I’d be missing out on anything. I was excited for Sweet Baby J to have a lot of room to run and play. I was so ready to have a new beginning. Now, I’m excited to share with you a new opportunity here in Asheville. The Portrait Studio is a beautifully designed bespoke studio for all your photo needs.
Now, we all know that I love to take tons of photos of my little guy, but I can promise you sometimes it’s nice to leave it to the professionals. I can attest to the fact that trying to photograph a toddler often takes a village. You need 1 person to ensure that the little guy is smiling, another to take the photo, and finally someone to continually wrangle the little guy as he crawls away from the spot you’re hoping he’ll stay. Kids don’t make it easy.
This doesn’t mean that I want to give up control over the session though. I want a professional who has a vision, but I also want it to be collaborative. The great thing about The Portrait Studio is that EVERY session is customized to your needs. You and the photographer will work together to create the images you want of your child. I think that’s brilliant! Of course this isn’t all. Your photos are printed in a timely manner and don’t just stay on your phone or in your camera FOREVER!
The good news for all you Asheville residents is that this will all be available to you at: The Portrait Studio, Meridian Place,1833 Hendersonville Road, Unit 170, Asheville, NC 28803. The Grand Opening Date is January 27th, and I know you won’t want to miss out. . You can follow them on Facebook, hereBe sure to tell them Yvonne from The Dahlia Scene sent you, and I hope you’ll share your experience with me. Plus, I look forward to seeing your amazing photographs!
When was your last family photo session?