We are loving this fan share from Roberta of Robert Cotter Photography. She writes, "I used the Wedding Client Welcome Packet to make these for my wedding clients. I had been meaning to do something similar myself for a couple of months, but trying to find the time between shooting weddings, sessions and running around after my 16 month old little girl, it just wasn't happening! Then I spotted these on the Design Aglow website and I didn't hesitate in clicking the purchase button! I hadn't seen anything like this here in Ireland before, and I just knew they'd make my business stand out.
After downloading the templates and looking through all the information that came with them, I knew that this was just perfect and exactly what I wanted to send to my clients once they booked me. The templates scream luxury and really add a special little something to my business.
The templates were so easy to use. My photographs just slide right in, and where I needed to change the text it was very straight-forward, and most importantly not at all time-consuming. Everything was perfect. In the welcome packet I also include a copy of the clients contract and a hand written note to add a personal touch. I ordered all the booklets and leaflets from WHCC and the fab kraft paper file is from kraftandjute.com. I just love how my wedding welcome packets turned out. I think everything pulls together really well, from the booklets and leaflets, to the kraft paper files and my gorgeous logo. They all have the luxurious and earthy feel that I want to go with my business. I am so excited to make up a similar packet for my portrait clients, I just know that they will love theirs too! I have the first batch of these ready to send out to my most recent newly-signed clients, and I just know that they will love these so much!"
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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