Last Minute Family Christmas Card Photos


Ok, I have to admit, my Christmas cards have been in the mail for weeks, BUT that’s only because my husband is very into it. Do I have a Christmas tree up? Well, do the ones in my kid’s rooms count? 

There are many places in Palm Beach County that you can take an amazing Christmas photo, at virtually a moment’s notice. Here is a quick list if you’re still bound and determined to get that Christmas/Holiday photo of your family, and possibly even put it on a card and mail it to 300 of your closest family, friends, and business associates. 

  1. Lake Worth Beach:

(Photo by: Elli Belle Photography)

2. Legacy Place, Palm Beach Gardens:

(Photo by: Leah Hartman Photography)  

  3. James Rutherford Park Boardwalk, Boca Raton:

(Photo by: Alex Karl Photography)      

  4. Flagler Drive, Palm Beach:

(Photo by: Crystal Inc.)

  5. Juno Beach: (**This cute sign was bought at HomeGoods)

(Photo by: Emmy Jay Photography)

6. Veteran’s Park, Royal Palm Beach:

(Photo by: Donna Purtell Photography)

7. Commons Park, Royal Palm Beach:

     (Photo by: Jenny Schartner, Captured Photography)

8. Any neighborhood park that sits on a lake. This one was in Wellington:

(Photo by: Mary Beth Croft)      

 If you’re just plain out of ideas, and out of time, there is one tried and true option.

9. In front of your own Christmas tree, if you put one up in time. This was mine last year:

(Photo by: Mary Beth Croft)

Best of luck outfit, location, and photo planning. There’s still plenty of time! Remember, Walgreens, Costco, Wal-mart and many more local stores have fast turnaround photo/card processing. Don’t think it’s too late. Who doesn’t like to get REAL mail, that’s not bills, of course!

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Amanda Wedgworth
A Florida native through and through, Amanda happily resides in Wellington with her husband Keith, daughter Whitney Kay(5) and son Wells(1). Amanda has a Bachelors Degree in Public Relations from the University of Florida (thank goodness her hubby is a Gator grad, too = no house divided). After much contemplation, she recently retired from her 15+ year career as a yearbook publishing representative to start her own Embroidery/Monogramming business, AKWedgworth Creative. (AKW Creative on Instagram AKWCreative and Facebook at AKWCreative) In addition to running her business from home, playing with her very active baby boy Wells, fill out her day in between monograms. Amanda is a Placement Adviser for Junior League of the Palm Beaches and a member of Building Better Moms at St. Peter’s United Methodist Church. Thanks to her husband Keith, who is a fourth-generation farmer in Belle Glade, Amanda is also very active in the Palm Beach County (largest agriculture county east of the Mississippi river) ag community. No land, no farmers, no food right? Amanda is the girl who thrives on being as busy as humanly possible! Some of her favorite things include pretty much anything crafty, monogramming, making to-do lists, holiday decorations & holiday candy (Peeps anyone?), HOBBY LOBBY, spending time with friends and family, being a cheer/gymnastics mom, meeting new people, being the family organizer, and strengthening her relationship with God. Oh yeah, one more thing. Trying each day to get to 10,000 steps. Key word, trying.


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