If your family is anything like ours, there’s a collective groan around the house when holiday photo time is announced each year. Yet, everyone always loves taking a look at holiday photos of past years, and it’s one tradition that we all can’t help but love, especially when we have relatives and family friends who live a distance away from us. Adding elements of holiday candy to your photos, such as our Giant Candy Canes
, create a sweet setting to the photo, and your family will likely be much more willing to take holiday photos if they know they can unwrap that candy after!
Giant Candy Canes
One of the keys to taking a beautiful holiday photo is to make sure all the festive accessories in the shot are detailed and large enough to be noticed by the viewer. Giant Candy Canes are ideal for this, and you can have your kids pose as they hold them, or in front of a Christmas tree as they “decorate” the tree with the giant candy canes.
We want our kids to stay kids forever, and although they’re growing up every single day, don’t kids always look so cute holding a lollipop? Our Christmas Whirly Lollipops and Candy Cane Christmas Tree Lollipops are large enough to be seen in detail on film, and your kids can do sweet poses holding the lollipops, extending a lollipop to their brother or sister, or sneaking a glance inside their Christmas stocking and pulling one out.
Gingerbread houses tend to capture the essence of the holidays, don’t they? We think they’re so much to create, and a photo of your kids all pitching in to craft a gingerbread house will have you fondly reflecting on your wonderful children for years to come. You can do a few whimsical shots of them eating the gingerbread house, too!
Giant candy canes, Christmas lollipops, and gingerbread houses are all holiday candies that capture the festive Christmas spirit, and add that merry finishing touch to your family holiday photos. Your family will enjoy taking photos this year when they see what kind of delicious candy additions you have ready to be photographed – and eaten after, of course!