Bless’er House Holiday Glow Preset Launch!

Today is the day!!!

I’ve been hinting at a set of Bless’er House Presets for Christmas lights for weeks now, and no one is more surprised than me that I finally got my act together over here.

If you want to make your Christmas photos of your home, your tree, and your loved ones surrounded by Christmas lights all glowy and bright to celebrate this special time of year, the Bless’er House Holiday Glow Presets are here to help!

You can snag the Bless’er House Holiday Glow Preset Pack here:

This is a project I’ve been working on ever since last Christmas when I decided to DIY Regan and Olivia’s Christmas portraits in front of our tree.

By the way, if you want to learn how to take your own family’s Christmas portraits, here is a tutorial to help. So many of these tips can be done with a cell phone or a DSLR camera, whichever you prefer. I flip flop between both.

The Holiday Glow Presets can be used on the free Adobe Lightroom Mobile app (Android version here) or the paid Lightroom Desktop version too.

If you’ve never heard of presets, they’re essentially photo editing settings to help you improve the look of your pictures at the click of a button.

These presets are ones that I made and have used myself at Christmas for the past couple of years, and they never fail to add a dose of Christmas light magic to my photos.

I’ve included 8 presets in the Holiday Glow Preset Pack, and they’ll be 30% off from now until Tuesday, December 10 at 11:59pm EST.

Here are the presets:

Bless’er House Merry Preset

To add a slight punch of golden color and make Christmas lights shine

Bless’er House Wonder Preset

To make soft, dreamy photos of little ones’ faces around the Christmas tree

Bless’er House Bright Preset

To make whites whiter and lights brighter – this preset works beautifully in candlelight too.

Bless’er House Glisten Preset

To make your photos pop with bright whites and moody darks

Bless’er House Twinkle Preset

To lift shadows, sharpen details, and add vibrance

Bless’er House Candlelight Preset

Specifically designed to make candles glow while adding light on shadows

Bless’er House Night Preset

Use this preset on nighttime shots of your tree to add balanced light and cool tones but with an extra boost of green.

Bless’er House Twilight Preset

To add an ethereal, soft glow to nighttime photos

Whether you’re a mom wanting to take better photos of your kids at Christmas or a blogger wanting to amp up your photography of your home, projects, and recipes during the holidays, I hope these help you meet those goals.


1. Presets can be applied to your images using Adobe Lightroom Desktop and the Lightroom Mobile app.

2. If you don’t have Lightroom, you can get the free Lightroom app for your phone here (Android version here) or the paid desktop version here.

The cool thing is if you purchase a Creative Cloud account (I pay $9.99 per month for mine), it will sync your desktop and mobile versions together so that you can edit photos from anywhere. BUT the app by itself is still free, if you prefer to keep things simple without a CC account.

3. After buying your presets, you will get an email with a link to download them right in your inbox (check your spam folder, just to be safe, if it doesn’t show up within 30 minutes). If the download doesn’t work at first when you click the link, try opening the link into your browser.

4. Follow the instructions in the zip folder after purchase for how to install your presets. Or follow this how-to here. 

5. Once you purchase, the sale is final.

If you have any problems getting them to work, I will do my best to help, but it’s just little me juggling everything I can over here, so please be patient.

I hope you love them as much as I do! The Holiday Glow Preset Pack is 30% off until Tuesday, December 10 at 11:59pm to celebrate the launch.


Need help installing them? Here’s a quick guide about How to Install Lightroom Presets.

If you edit any photos using the presets, share them on Instagram with the tag #BlesserHousePresets so I can mention you!

I can’t wait to see what you do with them. Happy editing!

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


    1. It’s almost like a photo filter. It’s photo editing settings that you can apply to your own images with one click.