wedding client welcome packet is here!

wedding client welcome packet is here!

The comprehensive Wedding Client Welcome Packet has arrived just in time to help your studio work even smarter and prepare your clients for their most important wedding investment...your photography products. With a complete package of cohesive product templates, mini guides, plenty of professional advice, gorgeous bridal planners-- and even a tri-fold section for grooms, you'll feel like it's your special day as you pore over every detail we haven't left untouched. This turnkey wedding set is the perfect match for your studio, combining gorgeous, professional design, and the cutting edge innovation you've come to expect from Design Aglow.

Beautifully coordinates with our Client Care Cards, found here.

INCLUDES:
• welcome card with booking thank you and intro to studio verbiage (5x7 flat card)
• business card with studio information
• bridal guide to wedding day beauty, hair & makeup advice and coupon to hair & makeup artist affiliate (4x5.5 accordion card)
• wedding planning to-do dry erase board (8x12)
• engagement session upsell card and verbiage (6x9)
• 5x5 trifold - just for grooms section, "first look" presentation and advice, formal portraits tips for ease and efficiency, "save the date" card product spotlight, studio policy verbiage, payment and deposit information, additional travel fees, adding photographers to a package & online photo gallery information and timetable
• preferred vendor card to feature those you cross refer: bakery, video, limo, dresses, tuxedos, caterer, entertainment, invitations, and florists (5x7 folded card)
• purse size wedding planner accordion to market your studio and help your bride plan her special day BONUS: 8 page tutorial of must-have sources and information

PRODUCT DETAILS:
• Templates are fully layered Photoshop PSD files for unlimited customization • Vector designs may be printed as large as you like
• Includes bonus InDesign versions of every template for easy drag-and-drop workflow
• Made using templates from vendors such as WHCC, ProLabExpress, CopyCraft, but pro lab can print these standard size templates

COMPATIBILITY:
• Photoshop CS and newer
• InDesign CS3 and newer
• Photoshop Elements 6 and newer
• Windows and Mac

*Special thanks to Paul Johnson Photography, Untamed Heart Photography, Picsee Studios, Heather Mann Photography, Two Ring Photography, Novotny Photography, Bliss Photography, JG Photography & Kathleen Frank Photography for the lovely images.

Click here to check it out in the shop!


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