pocket wedding planner for a perfect client gift

pocket wedding planner for photographersphotoshop pocket wedding planning guideToday's lovely share is from Carrie of Carrie Vines Photography.  She writes, "Using the Pocket Marketing - Playful Calendar Collection, I simply removed the calendar text and replaced it with my own, re-sized some of the framing elements and adjusted a few colors to coordinate with the colors in my photos. Easy!! This project literally took just a few hours to create and I love the results!! I recently had a bride visit my studio with her giant wedding planner in tow. That's when I was inspired to create the pocket wedding planner to give to my brides as a thank you gift. I love how Design Aglow's templates make it so easy to create a beautiful gift quickly and easily when inspiration hits. Simply hide certain layers, change colors and voila! I've created something that my clients love!" Thanks for the great share, Carrie! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate~


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