Design Aglow Fan Share: Studio Look Book Magazine

Design Aglow Fan Share: Studio Look Book Magazine

Tosha Francis is the first to send us images of her Studio Look Book magazine, yay! Tosha writes, "I was so excited when the Studio Look Book came out I literally squealed like a kid on Christmas! It was EXACTLY what I was looking for but wasn't able to spend the days/weeks/months to develop it. Mine started out as a product guide which blew my mind and evolved into this handy wedding magazine that I give to all my wedding clients who book a wedding with me. It was so easy to design. It is tucked inside this neat little welcome packet I put together and when my clients see it they go ga ga over it. They really appreciate having everything together in one packet and not have to contact me for every question like when payments are due, what's my balance, when do I see my photos, etc. All the details are there, from start to finish with some nice little goodies too. Next, I am going to make the same guide for my portrait clients along with the original product guide the Studio Look Book was designed for. I can't wait! Thanks Design Aglow!"

Thanks for sharing, Tosha. You have inspired us today~




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