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Essential Wedding Information Form Is Here!

Essential Wedding Information Form Is Here!

Keep yourself informed and looking like a smooth operator at weddings with this beautiful and professionally written form for your wedding clients. Get every detail of your clients' big day plus contact info for every single hired vendors (for future co-marketing!) in an organized format. Our extremely comprehensive form covers everything about the wedding day including bride and groom info, family info, wedding party info, time line, vendors, space for notes, location information, and more. Not only is it beautifully designed and easy to follow, but it's also fully customizable, to simply add or delete information as necessary. You'll look like a highly organized professional to clients, guests, and fellow wedding vendors in no time!

PRODUCT DETAILS: 
• 4 page, 8.5x11 info form
• Bonus "Top 10 Essential Wedding Formal Groupings" List
• Fully customizable, unflattened PSD files
• Includes bonus InDesign version of the templates
• Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, InDesign CS3 and newer Windows and Mac

Click here to check it out in the shop!




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