custom baby announcement and coordinating album

Custom Baby Announcements for PhotoshopToday's share comes from Jennifer of Jennifer Bailey Photography & Design.  She writes, "When I started designing this birth announcement, I knew I wanted to make a coordinating coffee table book to compliment it. I started with Design Aglow's Cotton Candy Birth Announcement. I customized the card by moving around a few elements within the template in order to show off every little detail of the new baby! By doing this I was able to "announce" the new baby's name right on the front and leave the details to the inside of the layout. The Fleur Book's clean design was a perfect compliment to the birth announcement. I was able to maintain a similar look and feel by integrating one layout with the other. The front and back covers remained true to the birth announcement, while in inside pages were fresh and clean, allowing the pictures to speak for themselves. I easily changed the fleur details to the same pink colour used on the card - perfect for a little girl. I love that these two templates are so versatile and can easily be married to create a custom look that my clients are able to call their own." We love this combination, Jen...well done!  Enjoy your $75 gift certificate on us~


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