You Have Won A Winter Fairy/Elf Portrait Experience Valued at $700

Ruth and Kate specializes in Fine Art Storybook images for children.  Our portraits will add new life and love to your home.  Childhood is fleeting.  Art pieces of your children on your walls will remind them each day that they belong and are loved.

 

Your prize includes $700 to use in our studio.  $200 is the session fee which leaves $500 towards art pieces or heirloom albums that you will love for generations to come.  

 

Must reserve your time within the next 7 days or another winner will be selected for your prize.

 

Our artists reserve exclusive studio time to provide you with our very best, personalized one-on-one service while we create your family’s artwork. So that we may accommodate you with the level of service you deserve, we do require a $100 fully refundable deposit. Spaces are limited. This is to secure your portrait session and is refunded at your appointment. We require 7 days notice for to cancel or reschedule your portrait session.

 

You have the opportunity to reserve now or call our studio between 5-7 pm and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have!!!  Our studio closes for the holiday season on December 15th.  Our last session is  December 14th.  Most sessions are already sold out.

You can book directly now or call us at 206-383-0913

 

reserve session here

 

My 3 year old had such an amazing experience with Ruth and Kate! she loved picking her dress and crown, and getting all fairy-ed out. The magic forest setting was such fun, and she loved showing off her ballet moves during the shoot. Kate and her assistant did such a great job making my daughter feel comfortable and getting some amazing photos. Add in the photo editing magical snowfall, and my daughter is just in love with her photos!
Kari Sorensen reviewed Ruth and Kate Portraits
Beyond my wildest expectations! Ruth & Kate are
so warm and friendly, and they are so good with kids.
I’m so happy with the pictures and cannot wait to do more!

 

Leigh Gibson reviewed Ruth and Kate Portraits