professional presentation with customizable welcome packets

   Impressing your clients from the start is easier than ever with our Welcome Packets. Amy of Ten Tiny Toes Photography shares, "We wanted to create a physical Welcome Packet to send to our clients upon booking their session with our studio. We had been using a digital welcome packet for the past few years, but really wanted to take it to the next level with something that would wow them and separate us from many of the other local studios. We've combined quite a few different products to come up with the perfect mix of educational items and selling tools to prepare them for their portrait experience with our studio. We also easily changed some of the wording to match up with our studio policies and tweaked the colors and fonts to match our branding. Products used: Portrait Studio Welcome Packet Pre-Session Consult Kit Selling A Showpiece Portrait: Client Guide We love it because it sets the tone for the client's experience with us. It shows them that we are a professional, put-together studio that cares about all the extra details. It also includes information from other local businesses that we partner with! Clients have been LOVING getting the welcome packets for the past year! It makes them very excited about their session with us and we get comments all the time about how cute everything is in them. Thanks for sharing, Amy! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~


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