modern & unique wedding invitation

lovely, simple save the date cardcustom save the date card for photographersThis lovely fan share comes from Catherine Caughron of Candid Contrast Photography using the Photobooth Album Templates and the Inspire Me Cards: Modern Engagement Posing Guide. She writes, "This couple wanted a very casual, fun invite that incorporated some sort of film strip. I loved the clean, simple look of the Photobooth Templates and knew it was what my clients were looking for in their wedding invitation. I loved how easy the album template was to convert to an invite! Just a few tweaks in Photoshop and they were ready to go. My clients were very pleased with the design and loved that they were able to feature more than one of their photos in such a modern and unique way." Thanks for the great share, Catherine! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~


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