impress every bride with a beautiful welcome packet~

Today's lovely fan share comes from Erica of Erica Clark Photography. She writes, "The Wedding Client Welcome Packet is my all time favorite (hands down) Design Aglow product. I am incredibly busy and as such, I just couldn't find the time to sit down and make myself create a wedding welcome packet for my brides. This product gave me a foundation from which to start. I was able to modify it to fit my branding and my personal style. It was super easy to use and a HUGE time saver for me. Most of my brides plan their weddings without the assistance of a professional planner, so I try to make the planning process as easy as possible for them. This product provided me with a way to connect with my brides, help them through the planning process, and put a finishing touch to a very important detail in my client/photographer relationship. Having these templates freed up my time so I could focus on photography and it enabled me to put a few extra, personal touches into my packets such as tote bags, packaging, and all sorts of other pretty little things.

I used WHCC for all of the press printed products, changed some of the wording to better suit my personal style, and placed my images into each template. Easy peasy! The boxes are from H-B Photo, the business cards are from Moo Print, the tissue is from Target and the ribbon is from Hobby Lobby.

I cannot begin to describe what a huge hit these are with my brides. I had one bride tell me, "Erica, when I got home from a loooong day at work and opened your package, all the stress from a day of wedding planning immediately fell away. I felt like not only does someone understand what I'm going through with planning this wedding, here is someone who is willing to help. Thank you so much for thinking of me. It meant more than you know." Another bride posted this to Facebook, "I just received the BEST PACKAGE EVER!."

Thank you Design Aglow for making me look so good!!"

We love this gorgeous welcome packet, Erica! Thanks for sharing, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop~




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