Christmas Holiday Photoshoot with Ruthie Collins

Our Christmas photoshoot was extra special. We flew in country music star, Ruthie Collins to help rock the frock. We released three new special products for Christmas this year. 
The exclusive Stella Fur Vest has been a huge hit this holiday season. 
For the holidays, a tattered deer replaced our ever famous cross on the Annie Fleece.  
Our famous slogan of "More Faith Than Fear" made an appearance on our soft tee's. Now everyday woman can be reminded to have more faith and less fear. This tee is paired perfectly with a lace shirt extender.
All three models fit the role perfectly. Anna on the left has modeled for Farmhouse Frocks once before. We admire Anna for being a strong, artistic woman that is confident in who she is. Kendra in the middle, has a heart of giving life to other woman. With her fierce blue eyes, anyone can feel the depth of her love. Ruthie, on the right, has a soft, sweet spirit. Her voice, that flows like honey, warms everyones heart. What a dream team we had for our Christmas holiday shoot. 
Behind the Scenes:
Lena always looking for hidden treasures.
An added bonus to scouting locations for the shoot. The sheep pranced around the front yard of this old farmhouse.
We tried to give Ruthie the whole Amish Country experience. One of the highlights for Ruthie were the Amish dessert special: Pinnapple Rings.
Rachel (below) gave Ruthie a buggy ride down the Amish Country roads.
A special moment for all of us was when Rachel designed a dress for Ruthie's special dinner with Hillary Clinton. 
(No hate needed, we're all about empowering women.)
 
Ruthie loved Rachel and her girls as much as we do. 
Rachel used her own Amish dress pattern and altered the dress for Ruthie, complete with soft laces and blush fabrics. Ruthie was able to sing at one of Hillary's event and exclusive dinner where she Rocked the Frock.
We'd like to thank Lyssa Ann Portraits for yet another successful Farmhouse Frocks photoshoot. 
We hope you all have a Merry Christmas! 
-Lena
 

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