U.S. President Barack Obama and his family arrive aboard Air Force One in transit to their annual summer vacation at Martha's Vineyard, via Cape Cod Coast Guard Air Station, Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, Aug. 6, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

U.S. President Barack Obama and his family revealed their final White House holiday card Friday. Obama's prepared to say goodbye to the White House as President-elect Donald Trump is all set to take office next year.

In the official photo, the president is seen wearing a suit and bow tie while wrapping his arms around his family. Michele Obama is seen wearing a blue jacquard gown by Jason Wu while daughters, Malia and Sasha, are seen sporting embroidered gowns from designer Naeem Khan.

"As our family reflects on our many happy years spent in the White House, we are grateful for the friends we've made, the joy we've shared, and the gifts of kindness we've received," the family wrote. "We wish you and your loved ones a joyous holiday season and a wonderful new year."

The card is signed by the president, first lady Michelle Obama, Sasha, Malia and the family's two dogs Bo and Sunny.

The photo that features in the card was originally taken at a March state dinner honoring Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The official White House holiday card tradition reportedly started in the 1920s.

The White House annual card does not usually feature a photo of the president. However, in 1993, Bill and Hillary Clinton posed for a photo for that year's annual card, but did not include daughter Chelsea.

Obama's first annual card was in 2009 that featured a gold image of the presidential seal embossed on a plain white background with the words "Seasons Greetings."

This year's card has largely evoked an emotional reaction on social media.