branding & marketing for your photography studio - le petit jardin

photography-marketing-templates-letterhead-gift-certificates-brochuresInvoking fresh spring in a blooming garden, Le Petit Jardin photo borders and proof boxes bring forth memories of fanciful, barefoot mornings and dainty eyelet dresses. Now, our lauded Le Petit Jardin series delivers eternal summer to your business marketing materials. Nurture your brand with this complete set of studio needs that marry delightful design with floral flair. Our fully customizable templates appoint your studio with everything you'll ever need: business cards, gift certificates, accordion brochures, price lists, letterheads, envelopes and even packaging stickers. With so many options to choose from, you'll smell the sweet success of a business well cultivated.

PRODUCT DETAILS: This elegant set includes: • Two-sided 4x5.5, 8 panel accordion brochure to market studios • Two-sided business card • Two-sided 5x7 gift certificate • Letterhead and envelope • Packaging sticker for client packaging or anything else • Price list for offerings • This set is fully customizable, consisting of layered PSD files to easily change the look Click here to check out the Le Petit Jardin - Marketing Set in the shop. *Thanks to Tinywater Photography for the lovely imagery. For its companion products, please click each of the following: 8 Page Brochure, Proof Borders and Image Preview Box Templates.


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