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Magazines are the perfect way to add a hint of popularity to your clients' sessions and weddings. Make them feel special by having them featured in your issue that is only printed so many times a year! Denise of Modern Wedding Photography shares, "I purchased the Luxe Wedding Studio Magazine over a year ago and finally attacked it over the winter. I interviewed two clients and a wedding planner who is also a past bride of mine. I adjusted the layouts and text here and there and added a two-page opening spread to each of the client features. I felt it made the feature more special by adding the second page. It's a fantastic promotional piece to give to my clients and vendors and the perfect tool to help new clients get to know our company a little better. I had them printed through HP Mag Cloud and the digital version is on issuu.com. Two of the client interviews touch upon why they loved their venue which is a great reference for the hall. I created 8x11 cut sheets of those two articles and sent a set with the magazine to the venues. Everyone who is in the magazine is very excited to be part of it! New clients say, "You have your own magazine?" The venues are excited to be part of it; how can they not like the great testimonials their clients gave them?" Thanks so much for sharing Denise! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! Click here to see the Luxe Wedding Studio Magazine in the shop?If you don't shoot weddings click here to see the Luxe Portrait Studio Magazine!



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