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Wedding Photography Brochure TemplatesThis lovely share comes from Shannon of Shannon Confair Photography.  She writes, "I used borders and embellishments from both the Interactive Guest Book and Le Petit Jardin Borders to create these trifolds. I made these to hand out at a bridal expo I participated in. I love how they turned out! I actually designed the brochures so I could cut them in half to get twice as many trifolds. This not only saved money, but it gave them a unique "custom" size. Using the borders to design these trifolds made them look elegant and professional. I received so many compliments on these! Not only from potential clients, but also other vendors at the bridal expo. I love using Design Aglow templates to create custom marketing pieces for my business. If only I could afford to buy EVERYTHING in the store! Oh the possibilities..." Thanks for the great share, Shannon.  Enjoy your $75 gift certificate on us~


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