How to Prepare
Please book far in advance. Scheduling for the Santa Claus Experience always begins during our Black Friday Promotion the previous year! Do not delay appointments always fill up fast and we WILL sell out!
Make sure to follow through with all correspondence immediately. Correspondence is done via email.
Like us on FB and add us to your email contact list so that you can stay up-to-date on all the new and exciting details for the upcoming season, such as your child’s wish list template, set reveals, give-a-ways and more!
Plan to arrive 5 minutes early dressed and ready for your session with the Man in Red and come prepared to view and order any add-on items the same day. The only time you’ll be seeing your images is immediately following your session with the guidance of one of Santa’s helpers. All orders will be ready for pick up (or delivery if you choose our shipping option) prior to Christmas.
What to Wear
It is important that you pre-plan for your child’s portrait session with Santa. Choosing the appropriate attire will assure that your images have a timeless feel to them. Rich reds and greens are gorgeous on our sets and pajama’s are our look of choice. Stripes, patterns and anything with characters or text are discouraged. We love little girls in off-white night gowns and little boys in robes and slippers are darling.
Hear it From Our Clients
This isn’t just a photoshoot, it truly is an actual experience. It starts before your scheduled session when your children receive a personalized letter from Santa. My oldest was thrilled because Santa wrote about so much personal stuff about them and the letter had a certified stamp so she said it HAD to be real. We showed up just before our session where we were very kindly greeted by Karah’s staff. There was an awesome hot chocolate cart and a dessert spread. The kids were so excited! It was toasty warm in the studio and they had Christmas movies projected on the wall. When they announced it was our turn, the kids couldn’t get up the steps quick enough once they heard Santa’s jingle bells, HoHoHo’s and him saying “I hear Lydia, Elena and Aria coming” Santa was kind and patient when Elena was hesitant to go near him. Everything was magical, the set, the props, the staff, Karah, and the atmosphere. The kids loved it and as parents we loved watching them. Who knew pictures could be so personal and fun?! After our session, Karah’s staff watched and played with our kids while we went over products and ordering. You’re amazing!
– Nicole McConnaughy,