Your child is only little once. So, if you’re ready to go all out on a Santa experience, like our Charleston Santa Experience, you might as well do everything you can to make it the best, most special experience possible for your child.
How do you do that? We have a few suggestions for things that make the whole experience more meaningful for kids and their grown ups.
Sentimental items from home. Do you have a family heirloom that you get out every Christmas? Or a baby’s first Christmas ornament that makes you a little teary eyed each time you pull it out and tell your little one about his first Christmas? We’ve even had families bring in a batch of their Christmas cookies--a recipe handed down for generations--to be used in the experience.
Holiday cheer. Is this the same thing as magic? Not exactly. The families that get the most from our Charleston Santa Experience have always been those who are most enthusiastic about the most wonderful time of the year.
Magic. You bring the Christmas cheer, and we’ll bring the magic. Our Santa (the REAL Santa!) is amazing with children (I mean, obviously). And he knows how to put the kids at ease and make the magic of the season come alive. Our portrait artist, Maria, brings that magic to life in the portraits themselves--you’ll see it glow out of Santa’s bag or floating through the air as a twinkle. The experience AND the portraits are guaranteed to be nothing short of magical.
Anticipation. Book your session as soon as possible. Yes, we want to make sure you get in before this very popular event sells out. But booking early also gives you time to get excited about your child’s time with Santa. When the day comes, your child will be more excited than ever and ready to make memories that will last a lifetime.