album on a wall: the total package is here!

Album On A Wall: The Total Package What do you get when you combine your favorite session images with deliciously simple customization? Our beautiful 20X48 canvas holds a generous 60 pictures for instant image gratification; simply bundle for effortless uploads to the template, and use this super session share for everything from metallic prints, to cards, to wedding upsells, to marketing materials. With stunning simplicity, Design Aglow makes going big beautiful without all the guesswork.

PERFECT FOR: • canvases • up-sell to any wedding/portrait package • metallic prints • cards, album covers, and promo pieces • marketing at venues and affiliates

Special thanks to Anna Kuperberg for providing us with fantastic images! Click here to check it out in the shop!




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