Aloha Baby to celebrate grand re-opening Saturday

Jon Johnson Photo/Gila Herald: Aloha Baby owner and operator April Harris invites the public to her grand re-opening Saturday, Sept. 15, from 5 – 8 p.m.

By Jon Johnson

SAFFORD – Parents, grandparents, and children of all ages be sure not to miss the grand re-opening of Aloha Baby Elective 3D/4D Ultrasound & Photography Studio at 608 S. Central Ave. in Downtown Safford this Saturday, Sept. 15, from 5 – 8 p.m.

Contributed Photo: Aloha Baby handles all your pregnancy and newborn photography needs.

The event will feature door prizes, free snow cones and nachos (while supplies last), and a free meet-and-greet photo op with none other than the Maui tamer Moana.

During the event, the public is invited to tour the facility and see all the great new services, including the new studio experience, where customers can design their own packages and pay a single low sitting fee for either a half or full hour experience the whole family can enjoy.

Contributed Photo: Aloha Baby is the only 3D/4D ultrasound photography studio in Safford.

The studio also now offers essential oil classes for pregnancy, newborn, and beyond, new baby shower gifts with a delivery service and the studio will now be the home to Kelly’s Kuties, which specializes in handmade bows and headbands.

Aloha Baby also is now offering printing services, so people can share their studio photography experience with friends and family through Christmas cards, senior announcements, business cards, and professional prints and canvasses.

During the event, there will also be a special raffle with proceeds benefitting the family of Raymond “J.R” L. Perry, 61, who was involved in a fatal motorcycle crash on Swift Trail on Monday, Aug. 20. Raffle tickets are $5 each or six for $25 with all proceeds benefiting the family.

Jon Johnson Photo/Gila Herald: Aloha Baby is now offering a studio experience with either a half or full hour session for the whole family.

Aloha Baby has Safford’s only 3D/4D ultrasound and photography studio. With traditional 2D ultrasounds, the images are flat and in black and white. With 3D and 4D ultrasounds, the studio captures a true three-dimensional image of your baby in utero. The 4D imaging shows your baby moving while Aloha Baby’s HD 5D ultrasound “lights” up your baby, making it possible to see facial expressions.

Jon Johnson Photo/Gila Herald

So, if you are interested in seeing the new photography studio, interested in the HD ultrasounds or just have some young ones who want to meet Moana, come down to Aloha Baby on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 5 – 8 p.m. and enjoy the experience.

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