KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography

July 19, 2011

Our Meet and Greet Room

Filed under: Personal — KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography LLC @ 1:20 am
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Early on in 2011 we were seriously contemplating opening up a storefront. Not only were we serious, we were hours away from signing the lease before God redirected us. As most of our bridal and engagement sessions require travel and are not usually studio related we didn’t want to be tied down to a store front that we would never be present in. Long story short, we didn’t sign the lease. Still not solving our situation, we needed a place to meet our couples that didn’t make them feel uncomfortable. You know that feeling when you enter someones home versus entering a public establishment like a business. So, We decided to section off the very front room of our home as our new meet and greet room.  It is the very first room – there is a lovely powder room to the right to accommodate our clients and the meet and greet room to the left will be soon adorned with fine art wedding photography. There is no need to venture further into the living space. Prior to this, it was our piano room in which we are blessed to have. This allows us to maintain a professional appearance without the distractions of residential life.

Keep in mind that this is an ongoing process.

This is very close to what couples will see upon entry

A different perspective (up those stairs is the photography studio – where we sometimes shoot as well as finish.)

Thank you for spreading the word.




  1. Save a spot on your wall for a picture of me! 🙂
    I love how you have worked this out. It is much better economically and is practical. Can’t wait to hear how it works out!

    Comment by shell — July 19, 2011 @ 6:02 pm | Reply

  2. Shell – you are absolutely right in saying that it is much better economically and we would love nothing more than to reserve a spot on our wall for you 🙂

    Comment by KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography — July 19, 2011 @ 6:16 pm | Reply

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