the luxe wedding studio magazine is a perfect introduction

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Today we have a fantastic use of the Luxe Wedding Studio Magazine. Jenny of Alders Photography shares, "I use this product as an "introduction" to send an online magazine to potential clients to show them my prices and packages through issuu.com. I then give them a physical copy at our initial client meeting. I added pages, included pricing, a la carte services and productions, information about my cards, books, timelines for their wedding day as well as a timeline for working with my company, wedding details, what to wear at an engagement session, and more. And I am now in the process of designing a second one with all new content to mail to newly booked clients with their contract as a "welcome" magazine. I love this product because it was so easy to pop into InDesign and customize. I added more pages, customized the text, and added my photos with ease. It was so easy to change the colors to match my brand, add social media icons to the back page, and more. It's a great first impression! Every potential client emails me with praises of the whole book. Suddenly people are looking at me, my work, and my style, not just my prices. It's a warm hug over the internet in contrast to the stark email with pricing I used to send them. It was the best decision I made last year and money well worth spending." Thanks so much for sharing Jenny! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop.



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