product spotlight - holiday cards: couture collection

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Reminiscent of Paris fashion houses, the Couture Collection features card designs worthy of a runway. The super chic graphics and customizable color schemes collaborate for finished looks that will make your photography a trend impossible to go unnoticed. Couture Collection at a glance:
• 5x7 vertical card layouts, complete with fully customizable features • 5 distinguished design options, each with a front, inside spread, and back • Use the templates to customize flat or folded printed photography products • Also great for marketing materials •Â BONUS: A coordinating set of address labels. This additional offering is an extra special touch your clients are guaranteed to love!
While perfect for holiday cards, the possibilities with this set go far beyond the traditional. Use the Couture Collection as a turnkey system to package thank you notes and holiday mailers, or birth announcements and invitations, all showcasing your fabulous photography. Special thanks to Sandra Bludau Photography, Jennifer Lee Photographee, and Bellini Portraits for providing us with the lovely sample images! Click here to see them in the shop!


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