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Today we have a lovely fan share that combines numerous products to create the ultimate original experience for a wedding client. Liz of Elizabeth & Jane Photography shares, "I photographed the sweetest couple who had eloped a few days before their session. They wanted to surprise their friends and family with something really special to announce their marriage so I created this elopement announcement with matching DVD Case, Disc and Mini Books. I modified one of the overlays from the Engagement Photo Overlays: Haute Romance collection to say "we tied the knot" rather than "we're tying the knot". For their DVD Case and Disc with matching Mini Books, I wanted to add a bit more design flair to it so I used one of the designs from the Simply Smitten DVD Collection and added in another overlay from the Photo Overlays: Valentine Collection to create something totally unique! The couple are huge fans of sailing and absolutely LOVED the card and DVD Case with matching Mini Books - so much that they approved everything straight away. The clients both adored the design and were gushing over how well I knew them because I nailed the design so well. Happy clients makes for a happy photographer!" Thanks so much for sharing Liz! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! Click here to see all of the products used in the shop: DVD Covers: Simply Smitten, Photo Overlays: Haute Romance Collection, and Photo Overlays: The Valentine Collection.


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