essential birth announcement worksheet is here!

Birth Announcement Order FormBirth Announcement Order Form Worksheet for PhotographersMaking your workflow even faster, the Essential Birth Announcement Worksheet will make ordering a breeze for you (and your clients)! With 67 announcement verbiage examples for newborns including traditional, religious, sibling introductions and more, we've also included everything from birth stats and order amount to delivery options and client approval. Print out for newborn sessions or email to clients to make customizing announcements a snap and you'll never be without words again!

INCLUDES: • 67 announcement verbiage examples • ideas for boys, girls, twins/multiples, sibling welcomes, religious text, adoptions, and all-purpose introductions • birth stats and family info • delivery options PRODUCT DETAILS: • 2 - 8.5x11 pages • Fully customizable, layered Photoshop PSD files • Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac

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