Celebration sessions hold a very special place in my heart. A celebration session is reserved for pets that don’t have much time left with us. It’s a chance to enjoy some quality time with your pet and have it documented so you can treasure it for years to come.
It’s a deeply personal session and I am always honored to be a part of it. And it’s okay to cry (I probably will, too, don’t mind me). It’s okay to laugh. A lot of people spoil their pet and get them a big, delicious meal or a brand new toy. Some just cuddle up with their pet and take everything in – their fur, their eyes, their paws, their smell. Whatever you want to do with your pets, I’m there to capture it.
A lot of celebration sessions are last minute – and that’s perfectly okay! I will rearrange and do everything in my power to get to your home ASAP for a celebration session. If you or someone you know has an ill or elderly pet, please get in touch with me for a celebration session. I know it’s a hard time and sometimes photos are not the first thing on your mind, but I promise you that you won’t regret having them as keepsakes of your beloved furry-family member.
I also keep celebration sessions open longer because I know you might want some time before you view your session if your pet passes shortly after it. Instead of one month, your gallery will be available to you for 3 months after delivery so you have time to process a bit before you make your selections for the included digital images. I am always here to help, as well, if you’re wanting wall art or a photo book. I can give you my recommendations for prints and wall art ordered through me, as well as, custom design and order lay-flat photo books, which are popular for Celebration Sessions.
Again, thank you for trusting and considering me to capture you and your pet at this vulnerable time.