simple, clean wedding promo card template

Today's share comes from Anna of Anna Dammert Photography.  She writes, "I used the Design Aglow Sweet 16 Fleur template to quickly improvise a promo card to a wedding I was shooting in France. The couple had opted out of an engagement session, so I had to think of another way to promote the wedding photos to the guests. The template made it easy to create a mini portfolio of wedding photos and to insert the contact and gallery information needed. The wedding was beautiful, and the card matched the style of the venue and decoration perfectly. With this template, it's a breeze to bring together various photos in a coherent and stylish way. I can add or remove extra elements, and change the colors to match the mood of the photos. Very versatile for marketing and presentation! The card was welcomed by the guests who praised it for its style, and I caught glimpses of guests discussing the card amongst themselves enthusiastically. One of the guests who commented on my card is a regular corporate client for me now, all thanks to the design and style that caught her eye!" Thanks for the lovely share, Anna!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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