thanks for the memories: event sign-in boards are here!

Looking for a way to add value to photography packages while sharing favorite images from your amazing sessions? Design Aglow's event sign-in boards are a beautiful way to engage guests while showing off your beautiful photography to vendors, venues and future clients in your target market. Our Event Sign-In Boards: Thanks For The Memories not only boost wedding, portrait, and event sales, these stunning displays can be completely and quickly modified to fit any event's colors, style, and size. Whether framed or mounted on styrene for display, creating a custom, modern keepsake for your clients to display as a work of art in the home is as easy as 1-2-3. PERFECT FOR: • Engagement parties • Anniversary celebrations • Birthdays • Weddings • Graduation parties • Baby showers • Conventions and other events • Include in your deluxe engagement shoot package to add value • A multiple photo option on several boards beautifully tell your clients' stories PRODUCT DETAILS: • Ten lovely, ready-to-print designs • Designed to be displayed 24x30, but can be printed at any size • Delivered as 12x15 @ 300 dpi for faster downloading • Fully customizable, layered Photoshop PSD files. • Includes bonus InDesign versions of the templates • Vector designs - can be printed any size • Compatible with Photoshop CS and later, InDesign CS3 and later, Windows and Mac *Special thanks to Kate Harrison Photography, Tonhya Kae Photography, Michelle Moore, Tanja Lippert Photography, Lena Hyde Photography, Heather Mosher Photography and Untamed Heart Photography for the lovely images. Click here to check them out in the shop!


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