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A Child Elf Costume for Christmas

This Christmas, make your holiday photos that much cuter with a child elf costume. These cute costumes are so much fun for the holidays. Imagine how cute your little one will look in an elf costume with a wintery bacground or holding a toy as if they are helping Santa get ready for the big day. These child elf costumes come in a variety of styles. You can find a simple one or an elaborate costume that will look cute at a holiday party. Of course, a child elf costume is also cute for a school play or other occasion when they need to look like one of Santa’s helpers.

Dressing your little one up in an elf costume is one of the perks of parenting – while they are little you can get as many cute pictures as you want! When they are a bit older you’ll have trouble getting them to sit still for a picture – and they certainly won’t be letting you put them in a fun holiday costume.

When planning your holiday photos around a child elf costume, be sure to plan for some fun backdrops or props. If you are doing professional portraits you may be limited by the backgrounds or props they have on hand. You can make even a professional portrait look more personalized by bringing in a favorite stuffed animal or a prop of your own such as a giant candycane. For home portraits you can have a little fun. Have your child sit on a fluffy white blanket or piece of fabric to look like snow. Tack up a blue sheet or fabric behind them and you have created your own holiday studio backdrop. Let them hold something fun like a giant ornament or package. Have fun with your photos, these memories will last forever in pictures. Grab a child elf costume today and enjoy!

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