Today's lovely share comes from Kati Decker of LightSplash Photography. She writes, "I used the cute Hand Drawn Photo Frames - Pen & Ink Collection to display the images in a fun way for a wedding vendor fair recently. I designed it onto an accordion fold brochure, something easy to take and put into a shirt pocket or purse. The frames are so great on this marketing piece. I used an element from the Art Graffiti that I felt fit with the wedding themed day, the kissing birds. It turned out so well, I couldn't be more pleased! It's adorable and fun, which in turn gives the feeling that my photography is the same. Everyone loved them when they were handed out. They commented on what a great size and how cute it was. Thank you Design Aglow! I've got about four other items I'm wanting to get from the shop and create into marketing pieces and client gifts. I can't wait to test them out!"
Hi! Tell us a little bit about yourself. How long have you been practicing photography professionally? What was your road like to becoming a photographer?
Hi friends! My name is Alicia from Alicia Lucia Photography. I am approaching my fifth wedding season as a photographer and while my path to becoming a photographer wasn’t always an easy one, I knew in my heart that I was always meant to do exactly this!
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