design aglow fan share: sweet 16

design aglow fan share: sweet 16

The Sweet 16 action templates are some of our customer favorites. These are actions, they are fast as lightning~

Lynn Bernardi, of West Park Photography, writes, "We love detail shots and they are integral to our style, but sometimes it's hard to sell those images as enlargements. The Sweet 16 template is a great solution for us because we can include multiple detail shots in a clean & modern design our clients love. While brides may feel a little silly ordering a 20x20 image of just their shoes, they jump at the chance to have a custom enlargement capturing over a dozen of their favorite wedding details. We keep a mounted sample on hand to show clients at consultation. Our last couple was SO excited about this product - they loved the concept and wanted one immediately. Thank you Lena, and the entire Design Aglow staff - we get so much inspiration from your blog & magazine. We look forward to putting more of your products to use!"




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