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Spreading the word about your studio can be a daunting task. We're here to help you market yourself in a beautiful, informative and easy way! Liz of Elizabeth & Jane Photography shares how she used Design Aglow templates to create a statement marketing piece. "Using the InDesign template, I combined elements from the Luxe Wedding Magazine as well as the Wedding Welcome Packet: Classic Edition in order to create a gorgeous 16 page, 8.5x11 magazine for potential wedding clients. I had 50 copies printed with square back binding through Copycraft (yes, they ship to Canada!!!) It was quite easy to translate the Wedding Welcome Packet pieces into a magazine as well as choose pages from the Luxe Wedding Magazine template that fit into the message I wanted to convey. Every wedding consultation I've had where I've used it, the clients have been blown away that I have my own magazine and how gorgeous it looks. It helps them to trust me more because not only are they walking away with a beautifully designed piece in their hands, it is FILLED with my best work as well as lots and lots of testimonials so they know they will be able to trust me to capture their big day. I have also been able to network with the vendors I am recommending, leaving a magazine or two at their businesses for their clients to flip through. Double bonus!"

Thanks for sharing, Liz! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

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