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Lavish Lark will be having it oh so fun Easter Mini Session!

Note: This is a children photography event, this is intended for our little ones to cut loos and have some fun.

Last year we have a beautiful tea party and even had few pet bunnies make a surprise visit.

Just wait till you see what cuteness I have up my sleeve this year. HINT: A beautiful chaise lounge will be there.

When: March 11, starting at 10am

What do YOU get: A 15 minute session with Lavish Lark Photography and 5 High Resolution files, and a craft project for the kids to take home.

How Much: $75

The location will be determined closer to the mini session date.

30% off for Police Officers, Fire Fighters and Military Families.

 

Here is a sneak peek for this years theme! {Note: location may vary.. BUT will be as cute!}

California Spring mini photography session

 

 

Here is a bit of the fun we had last year!

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About Kimberley Nicole

I am a photographer that loves to rock the sweet So Cal sunlight, from sunkissed brides to little ones dancing in sunflares. I have a Cali girl style that is a blend of edgy and organic, that can fit into any personal style. Whether you need family portraits, maternity, newborn photos, or if you're planning on proposing, just got engaged or getting ready for your big wedding day, I will work closely with you to find out exactly how you want to be portrayed and produce the best possible results. Plus, you'll have a good time doing it! I keep my prices reasonable, We can also create a custom package to accommodate your budget and needs. Offering service through most of Southern California San Diego-Santa Maria
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