wedding welcome packets help you go above and beyond for your clients

wedding welcome packets help you go above and beyond for your clients

wedding welcome packet templates for professional photographers

wedding welcome packet templates for photographers

design aglow wedding welcome packet templates for photographers

design aglow wedding welcome packet templates for professional photographers

One of our most popular products are our Welcome Packets. These Design Aglow originals guide clients through every step of the process, setting their minds at ease knowing that you’ve put so much thought into their event. Sonia of Sonia Bourdon Photography shares how she customized the templates to fit her studio: "I used the Wedding Welcome Packet: Classic Edition. I translated the text into French and modified it to have my own sound and include the things I need to tell my brides. I also changed some subjects that I want to cover, like the template called "for the couple". Oh my god! I am not just liking it, I LOVE it!! I am so proud of this new package I am giving my brides-to-be. I'll be doing a post on my blog in the next few weeks and will be mentioning all about you guys, you are just amazing! I am so glad I found you at WPPI 2013!"

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