The Landing in Renton offers virtual Easter Bunny photos to families

The Landing partners with PictureMeBunny.com to provide digitally created Easter pictures instead of in-person visits.

The Landing is offering its shoppers a creative way to capture precious photos with the Easter Bunny from home.

With Easter and springtime celebrations being canceled due to COVID-19 “shelter-in-place” mandates, The Landing has partnered with PictureMeBunny.com to provide digitally created pictures of children, families and pets with the Easter Bunny even if they can’t visit in person.

Participants take a photo at home against a white backdrop, upload the digital photo to the PictureMeBunny website, and select their digital photo package.

Digital photo packages start at $29.99 for one person in the photo; additional people can be added for $6 per person. Photos will be delivered via email in three to seven days; rush orders can be delivered in one to two days for an additional fee.

All photos will be delivered in a digital format. The shopping center is also offering the community a $5 discount on Easter Bunny photo packages using coupon code: HAPPYBUNNY at checkout.

For details, visit www.PictureMeBunny.com. Easter Bunny photos are available now through Easter Sunday, April 12.


Talk to us

Please share your story tips by emailing editor@rentonreporter.com.

To share your opinion for publication, submit a letter through our website https://www.rentonreporter.com/submit-letter/. Include your name, address and daytime phone number. (We’ll only publish your name and hometown.) Please keep letters to 300 words or less.

More in News

American Medical Response (AMR) organized a parade of first responders to show appreciation for St. Elizabeth Hospital staff April 30. Photo by Ray Miller-Still/Sound Publishing
The complications of counting COVID deaths in Washington

State relies on results of tests and death certificates in calculating the daily toll of the disease.

Renton City Hall. File photo
Renton cuts costs, furloughs staff due to COVID-19

City is trying to recover some of the nearly $22.5 million it will lose in revenue from shutdown.

Republicans file lawsuit over Inslee’s emergency: ‘Facts, and the science, are clear’

Lawsuit says state has violated Constitutional rights of citizens.

The Regional Homelessness Authority was created by agreement in December 2019. Pictured: King County Executive Dow Constantine shakes hands with Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan. Courtesy photo
Regional homelessness authority takes first step amid COVID-19

The authority held its first meeting on Thursday.

Among the candidates for Washington state governor in 2020: (Top row, L-R): Omari Tahir Garrett, Winston Wilkes, Thor Amundson, Cameron Vessey, Martin ‘Iceman’ Wheeler, Ryan Ryals; (middle row L-R): Liz Hallock, Goodspaceguy, Gov. Jay Inslee, Don Rivers, Gene Hart; (bottom row L-R): Phil Fortunato, Tim Eyman, Alex Tsimerman, Cairo D’Almeida, Cregan Newhouse, Raul Garcia.
GOP gubernatorial hopefuls aim to oust Inslee amid COVID-19

Former Bothell mayor Joshua Freed and initiative-pusher Tim Eyman could be the front-runners.

Nonprofit launches new online COVID-19 local resource hub for King County

Hub collects links for more than 300 local resources for people affected by virus.

Ex-boyfriend charged for 2017 murder of Renton woman

Richard Nelson, 41, fatally shot 27-year-old Crystal Hawkins and then left her body outside St. Francis Hospital in Federal Way in October 2017.

Most Read