all the way to tips for looking good in front of the camera and getting your kids (and spouse) to cooperate – we’ve got you covered! Just sit back, relax, and prepare for some serious photo inspiration…
And if that isn’t enough, to keep you super organized and ahead of the game, we’ve even hooked you up with a… Carisa from Messes to Memories designed this gorgeous printable to help you plan ahead and make your picture day a success! You don’t have to pick the most expensive photographer in town, but remember that this is an investment of your memories.
As your high school years wind down to a close, it's easy to feel like each semester and every day goes by faster and faster.
Scroll to the bottom of this post to grab your planner. And I’ve never heard anyone say, “I wish I would have spent the least amount of money possible on our photos.” Pick a location that matches your family’s personality.
You’ll want these pictures to reflect this time in your lives.
Offer various topics of discussion, debate, skits, roleplay, partner or small group activity on ideas such as: line dances, scavenger hunts, building social contracts about issues students face in the school, creating a fun day outside with activities such as sack race, 3 legged race, carriage race, wheel barrel race, etc.
From choosing your photographer, location, props, poses, and clothes…
These take up lots of time and keep people thinking.
If you could leave the games set up so that everyone could return to an unfinished game the next day, so much the better.
Use the eggs as a simple ingredient for a quick and easy lunch for your kid(s) later in the week!
Don’t forget to add some delicious salsa and hummus!
– Here is another school lunch idea that will save you a BUNCH of time in the morning!