• Wednesday’s Style – Holiday Party Ready – Vancouver Family Photographer
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    If you’re like most of us, you have at least one or two holiday parties to attend this season. It’s time to go all-out and make your fashion choices fun and festive.

    But be careful, as sometimes a little sparkle can go a long way. It’s best to feature one item such as your shoes, a purse or skirt and leave the rest neutral. Here are a few ideas on how to create the perfect outfit for your next holiday soiree.

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  • Wednesday’s Style – Outdoor Holiday Card Inspiration – Vancouver Family Photographer
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    It’s that time of year again – holiday card time. It seems the holidays start earlier and earlier each year, but don’t worry. You still have plenty of time to put together a great card. And of course it all starts with the photos. Here is some inspiration if you choose to take your family’s holiday card photos outdoors.

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  • Sunday’s Showcase – It’s Holiday Time – Vancouver Family Photographer
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    The holiday season is officially upon us. And with that comes tree trimming and decorating your home. Here are some festive yet simple ideas for adorning the exterior of your house. It’s the first impression guests receive when them come, and it’s pretty simple to add just a few holiday touches to make everyone feel welcome. Enjoy!

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  • Wednesday’s Style – Family Pajama Holiday Cards – Vancouver Family Photographer
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    Perhaps you’re planning to do a holiday card this year that’s slightly outside the box. One cute and cozy idea is a family pajamas shot. You don’t have to worry about coordinating outfits and the pajamas lend a more casual feel to the photos. Here is some inspiration if you’re thinking of trying out this sweet idea this year.

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  • Sunday’s Showcase – What to do in Vancouver – Vancouver Family Photographer
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    Hard to believe December is almost upon us! Before you start spending all your free time at the mall, cheek out some of these fun, family-friendly events around town happening next weekend!

    Tiny Tots

    Next Saturday, families can check out Tiny Tots at the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. This intro to music series is presented by professional musicians and music educators Let Your Music Shine with Lisa and Linda. Geared for kids up to age 5, the December 3rd show is entitled Holiday Hooray! and takes place at the Anvil Centre in New Westminster.

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    Hansel and Gretel

    Taking place at the Vancouver Playhouse, the Vancouver Opera’s production of Hansel and Gretel is a great intro to opera for kids 6 and up. There’s only two more weekends to catch this sweet show.

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    Vancouver Bach Choir presents Christmas with the Bach Choir

    On Sunday, December 4th, take the family to the Orpheum Theatre to enjoy the music of Bach and get into the holiday mood. The Bach Choir family has singers as young as 5 performing this beautiful music. More than 400 singers will partake in this kickoff to the holiday season.

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    13th Annual Rogers Santa Claus Parade

    Also on Sunday, the 13th Annual Rogers Santa Claus Parade takes place, starting at West Georgia and Broughton Streets. This is the largest Christmas parade in Western Canada. It’s also one of the largest food and fundraising events for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. It’s the perfect kick off to the holiday season! There will be marching bands, dancers, floats and much more. Spectators are asked to donate to the “Spirit of Giving.” For every $1 donated, the Food Bank can purchase $3 worth of food.

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