What Does Your Family’s Holiday Photo Say About You?
You’re part of the “Silly Family.” Costumes, ridiculous backdrops, props, matching ugly sweaters, and funny faces are the norm for you and your fam. Every year, taking your photo is basically like a nonstop party laugh-fest, and it really shows. Your holiday cards are the definition of holiday cheer, uplifting the Christmas spirits of anyone who receives them.
You’re part of the “Is It Christmas Already?” family. Your schedules are so packed with activities, work, school, sports, hobbies, it’s no surprise sending a holiday card slipped your minds again this year. You’ll probably just send out a candid photo of you all from a rare moment earlier in the year when everyone was in the same place at the same time. Or you’ll send out a Happy New Year’s card...in February. You remind everyone that the moments we do spend together are precious.
You’re part of the “Picture-perfect Family.” All of your outfits are sharp and coordinated to a T, everyone’s looking at the camera with eyes open, and every smile is bright and shining. You have your professional photographer on call, you’ve ordered your Christmas props in the summer, and you’ve even made your own backdrop. Everyone who receives your holiday card will want to be in your family. You are the definition of family photo squad goals.
You’re part of the “Animal Family.” You consider your pets to be very important members of your family, so naturally, you include them in your holiday photo. Dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, rabbits, maybe even all of the above make an appearance. Sometimes it’s hard to get your pet to sit still long enough to take a picture, but it’s not like you don’t have millions of other pictures of them from the year to choose from. Everyone who gets your card is sure to say “aw.”
You’re part of the “Adventurous Family.” A lush forest, towering mountain ranges, colossal waterfalls, exotic beaches, ancient temples, and historical landmarks are frequently in your holiday card photo backgrounds. You and your fam take vacationing seriously, so why not share your adventurous experiences with everyone on your mailing list? Maybe next year you’ll even get them to adventure with you!
You’re definitely part of a “Family of Friends.” You have an extremely close-knit group of friends who’ve all been through a lot together. You probably even live with some of them as roommates. During the holidays, you get together and take goofy photos, post them all over social media, and maybe even make them into cards to send out to your other friend “family” members. It’s clear to anyone who sees your photos that you all mean a lot to each other. You’re basically family.
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