boudoir branding with flair

Our share today comes from Shannon Phillips of Imago Vita Photography. Shannon used some of our most popular templates including Black & White Christmas cards, Classic Monogram Christmas cards, Victorian Grunge Frames, and Le Petit Jardin proof borders, to make a custom boudoir branding package. Shannon writes, "After recently launching my boudoir division of my photographry business I wanted to make a lovely brochure and and gorgeous, yet simple offerings for unique boudoir products. I pulled out my design aglow bag of tricks and went to town designing a one-of-a-kind boudoir studio brochure. I used key pieces of several of your products and had them printed on WHCC pearl accordion cards. I also transferred part of my design over to a WHCC image box. Then I chose to use the Le Petit Jardin proof borders for my sexy Finao albums. They give just the right amount of detail without distracting from the beauty of the image. Design Aglow makes my life so much easier...it looks like I spent tons of money hiring a graphic designer but really I just relied on you guys to do that! This was the first time I have ever had a brochure printed. My business is purely word of mouth but this just took it to a whole new level. My clients show their girlfriends the brochure and spread the word about my boudoir photography. Thanks Design Aglow for making me look good!"


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