K: Today, we’re so excited to share with you our Christmas cards and the process of how we created them! I’m a huge fan of holiday cards and love the cheesiness of dressing in traditional reds and greens, finding a picturesque location, and capturing a moment between family or loved ones. This is the very first Christmas card Brandon and I will be sending out and I had a vision of taking photos at a Christmas tree farm so Brandon and I set out to make that vision a reality.
Naturally, we packed up the car, loaded Tara, and drove about an hour and a half outside of San Antonio to this beautiful farm. Of course we had to share an assortment of photos with you all and it was really tricky to narrow it down to just one for the front of our card. Luckily, Tiny Prints has options for more than just one photo, so we put four of our other favorites on the back. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom for our finished product and a short little video about the process!
B: I don’t know many guys who are genuinely excited about Christmas card pictures. Although the day was slightly muggy and I was dressed in layers, I kept a positive attitude about the experience because the finished product was worth it. Having captured moments between Katherine and I and our puppy is always special and neither of us had been to a setting like this before. I love how traditional and holiday-esque the photos turned out and we’re excited to have the cards mailed to friends and family.
K: We really loved using Tiny Prints for our cards this year. The whole process was simple, yet there were plenty of options for us to choose from. From what I can tell, the site is consistently running discounts, free shipping, and offers a variety of price points for you to choose from. As newlyweds, we knew we didn’t want to spend a fortune on our cards and Tiny Prints made it easy for us to stick to a budget. This isn’t a sponsored post! We just found the process to be very user friendly and wanted to share with you all!
Check out the video Brandon and I created, documenting the entire process and our day at the Christmas tree farm.