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Who wants a present?!! Why you ask!? Because we love to give!

In case you didn't know, Rob and I shoot locally in Punta Cana from November - June every year and this year we wanted to do a little something extra for our lovely destination couples... Present + Future! (If you’ve booked with us already… do not fret! You can join in the fun too!) READ ON to check out what we're doing!


The prizes:
  • Our signature romance session with digital download of all your edited images ($450 value)
  • A party session with you and your entire guest list! Up to 2 hours of photography capturing you and your entire party of guests hanging out and partying it up with you either at your resort or on your group excursion. + a digital download of all your edited images. ($450 value)
  • Our signature custom designed luxe wedding album ($680 value)
How to win:


1 entry can be earned for each of the following methods with up to 5 entries per person:

  • Post your favourite ShoeBox Photography photo on Instagram from www.shoeboxphotography.ca/blog (screenshot) with the following tag @shoeboxphoto and the hashtag #shoeboxphotopcgiveaway + share to your Facebook & Twitter page from Instagram
  • Post the official giveaway image (The image at the top of this post) on Instagram (screenshot) with the following tag @shoeboxphoto and the hashtag #shoeboxphotopcgiveaway + share to your Facebook & Twitter page from Instagram
  • Post about this giveaway on Facebook, include the link to this post on BDW.com or the post on our blog: http://www.shoeboxphotography.ca/punta-cana-giveaway/ and share.
  • Pin your favourite ShoeBox Photography image from www.shoeboxphotography.ca/blog to Pinterest with the following link added: www.shoeboxphotography.ca/punta-cana-giveaway
  • Post about us on bestdestinationwedding.com under the ‘Destination weddings in dominican republic’ forum. Either create a new topic about us or post in an existing topic and say a few kind words about our photography! & Please be sure to include the link to our blog - www.shoeboxphotography.ca/blog

*IMPORTANT* After you’ve posted to Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest or here on BDW.com, leave a comment on this post letting us know how many entries you’ve earned. You’ll then be entered into the random draw for your chance to win one of our 3 awesome prizes!




Fine Print:


  • Giveaway opening date: July 15th, 2014. Giveaway closing date: Midnight (PST) September 15th, 2014.
  • Winners will be chosen by a randomized electronic draw within 2 weeks from the giveaway closing date and posted. Winners will also receive a notification email notifying them of their prize.
  • All entries will first be verified before being entered into the draw.
  • Prizes are non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for any other service or product offered by ShoeBox Photography.
  • Your event in Punta Cana must fall between the following dates of: November 1st 2014 & June 15th 2015.
  • Prize must be claimed and used between the following dates of: November 1st 2014 & June 15th 2015.
  • You must be a follower of our page (like us) www.facebook.com/ShoeBoxPhotography.ca
  • You must be a follower on Instagram - @shoeboxphoto
  • Any additional expenses associated with claiming your prize are not included. (Resort passes, excursion tickets etc.)

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