Christmas photo shoot: this is everything that you must know about it

Below, you will discover why it is important to do a Christmas photo shoot and you will receive advice such as when is it the best time to carry it out.

Oh, how we love Christmas! One of the most magical times of year that is filled with very special decorations like shiny ornaments, trees with baubles, lights that give even more magic…By being such a unique moment, it is worth capturing it, how? With a Christmas photo shoot!

And, why? Christmas photos are not just to capture them for the memory, but they can be used for a lot of other things that you will discover in this article.

Below, you will discover why it is important to do a Christmas photo shoot and you will receive advice such as when is it the best time to carry it out, the best clothes to wear for the photo shoot, the types of photos that can be taken, etc.

Put the finishing touch on this unusual year that we have lived with a Christmas photo shoot! Because now, more than ever, it is time to show love and affection, even through a photograph.

Shall we begin?

Why is it advisable to have a Christmas photo shoot?

Carrying out this type of photo shoot is one of the best ideas for Christmas, for many reasons!

For example, to capture them for a memory. It is such a magical and endearing time that we cannot forget it.

It is also because family members, especially grandparents, will love receiving some Christmas photos of their grandchildren, seeing how big they are and how adorable they pose among Christmas objects. A very special detail.

In addition, doing a Christmas photo shoot is a great opportunity to spend time with family, have fun and laugh non-stop with an experience like this.

And when is the best time to do it?

Don’t run out of time! It is best to do it in advance, for example, when its already November.

You have to have time to prepare the postcards and send them so that they arrive on time to all of your family and friends!

But what is the most recommended clothing to wear in the photos?

Any clothing that goes with the Christmas colour theme, among which greens, reds, whites, vanillas, golds, silvers and browns stand out…all those that recall the warmth of home, fairy tales, snow, magic…

And they don’t have to be plain colours! But they can be patterned. A most typical Christmas fabric is tartan.

For the boys, opt for shirts with braces, berets and hats, neckerchiefs, waistcoats and rolled-up trousers, all very wintery!

For the girls, you will get it right with chiffon dresses, nude tights, hair accessories, jumpers with skirts, capes like Mrs Claus

And if they are babies, with a Santa Claus costume or even dressed as elves, you’ll get some very funny photos!

On the other hand, if you take the photos as a family, you can go matching with some fun Christmas jumpers, with patterns such as reindeer, snowmen, Christmas baubles, trees…and accessories such as knitted hats. You will see what a funny result you’ll have!

Photo by Tanya Vasiluk

What kind of Christmas photos could be taken?

They could be done as a family, such as children appearing with parents or with other relatives, such as grandparents, cousins, etc.

Even the photos can be very original if Dad decides to dress up as Santa Claus and appear posing with a bag full of gifts! And, if you have a pet, let it also appear in the photo with a Christmas accessory!

Children can also have their photo taken alone, if they don’t have siblings or, on the contrary, they can pose together.

As you can see, there are endless ideas, such as having the photos taken in the photo shoot as a family while preparing the Christmas decorations, while the children write letters to Santa, under the tree, by the fireplace, or even in bed with Christmas pyjamas.

Do you know everything you can do with the photos from the photo shoot?

A lot of things! So, write them all down.

First of all, you can use them to send postcards to all of your relatives wishing them a Merry Christmas, everyone who receives it will be especially excited to see the beautiful detail that you have had with them.

Also, you can take advantage of these photos to upload them to social media and wish your friends and acquaintances a Merry Christmas.

Also use them to decorate the house in these endearing times, so that everyone who is going to taste some chocolates can see your fun photos.

You can even use them to give them away as a gift this Christmas, how? By creating an album with the photos you have taken. A great idea and very unique!

Photo by Tanya Vasiluk

Live the experience of a photo shoot with a professional photographer

Yes, this experience exists, and we have it at Perfect Venue, and of course you have to experience it!

A photo shoot is a very creative experience, especially if it is with Tanya Vasiliuk, a professional photographer who will capture everything!

So, if you want to do the Christmas photo shoot that we have prepared with the great Tanya, you are in luck! Because these photo shoots are going to be available from 12th November to 5th December.

You choose what to wear, who you want to appear in the photo…everything you want! Just talk it over with Tanya and tell her what works best for you!

The Christmas photo shoot could be done in a professional studio with all the decorations they have available or, in times of the pandemic, hire a photographer to go to your home. It’s possible!

Photo by Tanya Vasiluk

Remember that on Perfect Venue Manager we organise everything for you to experience a somewhat different Christmas due to this pandemic, but without losing the magic.

Visit our website, meet our professionals and leave everything in our hands.

At Perfect Venue we love Christmas so much that we even organise weddings as Christmas themed as possible!


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