Maxit Flower Design Mini Brand Photos
Houston Florist Brand Session
Let me spill the beans- brand sessions just got far more affordable. I know it’s not financially viable for most businesses to invest in an extensive brand session at the drop of a hat. Mini brand sessions are the solution to that problem and are exactly what they sound like- mini versions of brand sessions. They cost $250 and include around 10 final marketing images for you to use for your business. You can choose to travel to me if you want to be in any of the images or participate in any way, or if you have a physical product you can mail them to me. All mini branding sessions take place at my home office in Pearland, Texas (unless you’d like to to add on travel + lodging for me to come to you). This is a great options for a couple of different types of businesses for different reasons.
For businesses that are working on promoting 1-3 new products and only need a handful of new marketing images versus a full gallery, mini brand sessions are a great option. I’ve also noticed that calligraphers & wedding stationery designers have benefitted from mini brand sessions. When they have an invitation suite that they’ve created for a client and they want it professionally photographed, they can mail me an extra invitation suite to be styled and photographed. Only when there is a greater need for more variety & quantity of images would I recommend a full brand session. Restaurants could utilize a mini brand shoot to promote a seasonal menu or cocktail list. And last, but certainly not least, bloggers looking to try a new recipe, wear a new outfit, or try to create a new DIY project could all benefit from simply styled, well-made photographs.
Then there’s a session like Maria’s. When you’re a florist, there are oodles and oodles of directions you could take when it comes to creating a floral arrangement to represent your brand. Not to mention the cost of florals for your brand shoot!
When Maria and I were talking about the kinds of images we wanted, we talked about sticking with one color palette with pieces that would hypothetically belong to the same wedding, including a boutonnière, a bridal bouquet, and a centerpiece. Remaining within the guidelines of a mini shoot, we were still able to get a variety of images by photographing the table scape, the bridal bouquet by itself, and a flat lay of the groom’s boutonnière.
If you find yourself wanting images of yourself or your work like Maria’s, please feel free to contact me!