Jennifer Aaron Fine Art LLC - FAQs

  • We are creating a piece of history for your family and attire is important. Please review our DRESS CODE to ensure your portrait is timeless.

    Important: Be careful to AVOID white/bright colors, patterns, logos, stripes/checkers, short sleeves, shorts/t-shirts/jeans/tennis shoes etc.

  • Fine Art Portrait Studio Sessions are held at 1300 Windcrest Drive, Round Rock, TX 78664. Residential Studio. Park in driveway or street.

  • Please arrive on time or no more than 5 minutes early. If you are 15+ minutes late, your session will be canceled, reservation fee forfeited, and a new reservation fee will be required to reschedule. If you are running late, please text our studio immediately 737-210-9456.

  • Reschedule requests must be submitted by phone only with two weeks or more notice so we may fill your opening. Only one reschedule per family per reservation fee is allowed (and must be rescheduled to a date within three weeks of original session date).

    Appointment cancellations with less than two weeks notice forfeit the Reservation Fee. Rescheduling/Cancellations by email will not be accepted.

  • All Gift Certificates: One per family per year. Non-transferable. Not redeemable for cash. No substitutions. May not be used toward framing or combined with other offers. Reservation fee required to hold session date, and is refunded at your session. Gift Certificate Recipients must be present at portrait and ordering sessions to redeem Gift Certificate.

  • All orders are custom and may not be changed or canceled after your portrait and ordering sessions are complete. Artwork may take 6-8 weeks for completion. Depending on your order, artwork may be delivered to your home or the portrait studio for you to pick up.

  • Extended Families - Our studio can accommodate groupings of up to 15. Larger groupings will require a Composite Portrait. Please contact us with questions about extended family portraits.

If all this family portrait did was make your family closer and give your children a stronger sense of belonging, wouldn’t that make it worth it?