The Landing in Renton offers virtual Easter Bunny photos to families

The Landing in Renton offers virtual Easter Bunny photos to families

The Landing partners with 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 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 Easter Bunny photos are available now through Easter Sunday, April 12.

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