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Showcase your newborn images with our Flora Collection of Baby Announcements

You're already photographing the world's cutest subject; why not up the ante and help your clients share the news of their beautiful baby with these adorable birth announcements? Our richly colorful and fully customizable cards allow your clients to showcase their precious new addition with the utmost of ease, and with 6 card style variations there's sure to be something for everyone. Boost the awareness your clients have for your hard work photographing their precious bundle with our sweet designs.

Click here to get the Baby Announcements: Flora Collection today with intro pricing!

*Special thanks to Holly Dresher Photography, Shannon Elizabeth Photography, Aimee Cook Photography, Alison Winterroth Photography, Blue Dandelion Photography, Tyson French Photography and Jamie D Photography for the lovely images in our samples.




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