2013 christmas cards

Check your virtual mailboxes, because the mail’s here! We wanted to share our family’s Christmas cards this year with you, we wish we had more stamps to send each of you a card. We hope this will do! Huge thank you to our card designer Bri at Collected! She created our cards last year as well, and we are fiercely loyal to her impeccable style.

First Jenna! We love this abstract and modern take on a wreath, with cozy family photos by Becky Kimball. What is more laid back then a photo session in your pajamas all piled in mom and dad’s bed?
Collected Christmas CardsEmily has strong feelings of attachment to her mini calendar and wanted to gift her friends and family with something she loves and uses everyday. Bri created this three inch ombre pocket calendar, and Emily sized everything down to match. Family photos by Matt Clayton. 

Collected Christmas Cards

Nicole had these simple and graphic pine tree cards designed by Bri and then Nicole added unique gold embellishments to each card. Friends and family all got different cards with either stripes, draped garlands, or ornaments on their tree. Family photos by Hayley Anderson.

Collected Christmas CardsWe love love love our cards by Collected, check her diverse portfolio out here!

Thank you to our photographers Becky, Matt and Hayley!

2012 Christmas cards here.

Keep reading to see more of our family photoshoots!Becky Kimball Photography

Hayley Anderson PhotographyMatt Clayton PhotographyBecky Kimball Photography

Hayley Anderson PhotographyMatt Clayton Photography


  • Anne
    December 26, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    So cute! Love how they all turned out. Hope all your families had a very Merry Christmas!

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