Need greeting cards? Chandler’s wife turns backyard into festive photo space

Party cards can be a big part of the holiday season for some families, but getting the perfect shot can be difficult, expensive, and stressful, especially for parents with young children.

A woman from Chandler says she’s found a unique way to skip the guesswork and get the perfect shot.

“As a mom myself, I just don’t have the guts to spend $ 150-200 for ten minutes to get two photos edited,” said Anca Castillo. “It’s just not doable for me.”

That’s why Castillo came up with the idea of ​​turning his front yard into the first place to take vacation photos.

“At the time my business partner and I decided to give it a try, we had seen other people doing pop-up photo booths… and we decided to give it a try and see if it worked,” said Castillo. “I think we have a unique style and a unique perspective of being the parents of young children of what is required to get some of these really great images.”

That was four years ago and the tradition continues today.

“When they arrive, they can use the five screens we have,” Castillo explained. “They can go from display to display, play with all the props, swap props, just have fun in a stress-free environment.”

All visitors have to do is visit his website, reserve a 30-minute time slot, and start taking photos. She charges $ 10 per adult and $ 5 per child or pet.

“They can move from set to set taking as many photos as physically possible in those thirty minutes – no limit on the number of photos or the number of poses how creative they can be,” Castillo said. “They have the full 30 minutes at their disposal.”

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