A Sweet Silhouette

At Lulubelles, we love vintage things with a modern twist.  One of our favorite things to look at when antiquing are those sweet vintage silhouettes in pretty frames.  Our friend, Brook Mullins, is a great photographer in Cincinnati and is offering the opportunity for you to create an heirloom of your own with your family’s portrait silhouettes!  These are so precious and something to be cherished for years to come.

Here are the details:

A Sweet Silhouette Mini Session for your Valentine 

Where:  InspiringKind Boutique Bakery
7757 Five Mile Road
When:   February 2nd from 3-5 pm

Cost is $45 which includes a yummy treat from InspiringKind and your choice of (1) 8×10 or (2) 5×7 prints of your child’s silhouette.  

*20% of all proceeds will be donated to Cancer Family Care, http://www.cancerfamilycare.org/

Bring your Valentine to InspiringKind on February 2nd for a yummy treat while having their silhouette digitally created.  Silhouettes make for a very special keepsake at any age.  Digitally created silhouettes also give you endless possibilities for adding custom backgrounds and text (check out a few border options below).  Feel free to add a custom border or your child’s name to personalize their silhouette.  The creation of your child’s silhouette will take roughly 5-10 minutes and within 3 weeks of your session you will be presented a lovely 8×10 or (2) 5×7 prints of their silhouette. Perfect for wall displays of the whole family or decor for your little one’s bedroom.

Email Brooke Mullins at info@brookemullinsphotography.com for more information or visit the Events page at www.brookemullinsphotography.com




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  • for those of us not in Cincinnati, do you have a silhouette tutorial? i love the look of them, especially for family portraits.

  • Abigahil says:

    What a great idea! Growing up we had a set of sttuoheiles of the whole family hanging on our wall. I loved them then ans would love to find out where they are now. I am sure packed away in some box.