Pay R140 for a personalised calendar from BeBe Pictures, valued at R350 (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a personalised calendar
- Photographer with ten years of experience taking photos of kids and families
- Three A4 calendars printed while you wait
- Perfect to send out at Christmas
- Relaxing and fun enviroment
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 1 month
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 011 828 8194 / 074 111 1388
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
- Groupon valid Monday to Saturday
- Cancellation policy applies
Bedazzling machines, names like Apple-Moonshine and desktop-backgrounds are proof that people like to add some originality to their things. Why settle for a generic lion, lion, snow, buffalo, mountain, more lions calendar when you can have a personal photo taken and put on top of all those months? Cement your originality with a personalised calendar from BeBe Pictures for R140.
Sometimes, getting the littl’uns to pose for a photographer is like trying to teach a Doberman to live on nothing but carrots; frustrating, usually unsuccessful and might end in teeth-marks. With over ten years of experience getting mini-me’s to say cheese on cue, the professional photographers from BeBe’s can make sure they get just the right shot of your tot. Even if it’s a snap of the whole family to send out with this year’s Christmas cards, BeBe Pictures can help you recreate those moments you see on family sitcoms that make you go “aww”.
Once you’ve managed to capture the perfect shot, BeBe Pictures will work it into a 2012 calendar for you to use, and while you wait they’ll print three of them. The A4 calendars are perfect as gift or to send out during Christmas time. You might even just want to stick it up on the fridge, the front door and next to the telephone so you never forget what day of the week it is.
Photo Fact: An unpublished issue of Vogue mysteriously disappeared in the early 1990’s. Apparently, the cover model thought the cover was a very unflattering picture, saying it made her look like a “carrot top”. The only copy of the magazine, along with all copies of the pictures, are said to be buried under a pinetree on an island in the middle of nowhere.