Howl-iday Boutique Sessions
Hello and thanks for visiting! Here are some FAQ's about Fetch Portraits Boutique Holiday Events!
What do you do?
We bring a professional, custom, Holiday themed studio set to your venue and take photos of your customers' dogs (people and other pets welcome!). Session slots are 5 minutes. Two slots per half hour are unavailable for booking, to allow for catch up. We usually book up completely, so it's best not to wait and try to walk-in.
What does it cost?
Holiday sessions are $40 and include a free 5x7 print, delivered to the store within a week of the event. We collect payment online directly from bookers at the time of session and accept cash or CC.
What if someone has more than one dog?
Anyone with more than 2 dogs or 3 people is instructed to contact us to arrange their session, as we may need more than 5 minutes.
How do my customers book?
Online! Your customers can find it HERE.
What do they get?
Each guest receives a mini-photo session, on-site review of all images shot and public gallery delivered within about 3 business days. When they receive the emailed link to their gallery, they are able to order prints, canvas and digital downloads with personal printing rights. They also receive a coupon code for a Free 5x7 print. All ordered images are fully retouched, including leash removal.
How much are Prints/Merchandise/Digital Downloads?
Prints are 5x7= $25, 8x10= $30, Digital Downloads with personal printing rights $50 each (but we discount these for 3 days after the email is sent. Digital downloads are just $30 and discounted further for quantity. Print Packages are available as well). Your customers can feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any further questions about print/merchandise/download rates.
Anything else I need to know?
I sure hope I haven't missed anything! If you do have questions, I'm an email away. I will update this info link with answers to your questions and send an email to all bookers to notify. You'll receive answers to all venue questions.
WAIT! What do I tell my customers?