We took family photos back in the beginning of November, and while I was on top of getting photos taken, I ended up being too busy to actually get holiday cards out in the time for the holidays, so they became new year's cards (again).
Friends of ours referred us to Kacy Hughes Photography, and she was reasonably priced for a one-hour session, out of which we'd get high resolution digital copies of the photos. High resolution digital photos are important to me because I like the option of printing photos in different sizes for scrapbooking purposes.
I think it used to be more common that photographers would give you print credits to buy developed photos from them or you'd have to purchase an expensive disc of high resolution photos, but with digital photography being the norm now, I don't see the print credit model anymore for the type of family portrait photography I'm looking to get.
Kacy also regularly posts photos of her sessions, and I found ours: Phoenix Photography.
I actually really ended up liking the first photo with so much of the Hayden Flour Mill behind us - it'll be great for a family layout of that photo, printed out large.