In 2018 –
One day while scrolling facebook back in December, I saw this beautiful decorated tree that had been cut down from The Old Time Christmas Tree farm. First I must say that this tree farm had been so kind as to donate to our local photography holiday gathering a 1 hour photo session for a photographer to use by the end of 2019 for a tree farm mini session, so I wanted to know more about this tree.
So there I am and I see this tree that has been beautiful decorated by the Woodlands Style House, and I thought it could be a perfect setting for one of my tree light sessions. So long story short is I end up photographing these two sweet girls in their home, and the owner of Woodlands Style House posts it to instagram and tags Kirklands. See those sweet light up presents under the tree are from Kirkands this year, and amazingly Kirklands shares this image on Christmas morning!!
And oh my I have never had so many LIKEs on an image ever in all my years . . . so thank you!!
So moving right along into 2019, last week I met up again with the wonderful ladies of Woodlands Style House to do a personal branding session with them in one the homes they have designed and decorated. It is so beautiful, the colors and decor just all come together perfectly.
Woodlands Style House is a home design business specializing in redecorating & renovating. We are passionate about refreshing ANY space, in ANY style with beautiful and accessible design.
Take a look ya’ll!
More info you say? Of course – Eliz Alex Photography (est. 2010) is specializes in photographing children, and families in The Woodlands, Magnolia, Tomball, Spring and North Houston areas. Please Message me to schedule your family’s photographic adventure.
Little people call her Camera Girl. Elizabeth’s little people, two boys, call her Mommy. She calls on her Canon, enthusiasm for the outdoors, creativity as a former toy-maker, excited for discovery and addiction to Starbucks coffee to guide the littles and their families on photograph adventures. Elizabeth’s love of nature and volunteer work at a local land conservancy keep her connected to the land and always seeking new settings where she can capture the natural light, the beauty of the local faint, and the candid and magical moments of the families she guides.