add some fun to your clients' photo booth images

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Have your clients thought about putting on a photo booth at their wedding or event but have no idea what to do with the images after? Kara of Jack and Ruby Photography shares how they use photo booth albums to boost their booth and album sales: "We used your Photo Booth Fun templates for exactly that, a photo booth album. We didn't offer an album prior to purchasing your photo booth album templates. This template has been a great way to showcase our photo booth as well as for our clients to have a keepsake of their wedding guests. It so quick and easy to use, the workflow couldn't be better! We love it. Our clients love having all of their photo booth pictures in one classic looking album, a keepsake for years to come." Thanks so much for sharing Kara! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop! From the shop: Photo booths are all the rage at weddings and other events. Dive into current pop culture in ultimately stylish fashion. Our fun and flirty Photo Booth Album captures the perfect spread of candid spirit throughout all of its creative layouts. • 4 inventive layouts for photo booth photography • Adjustable 10x10 design • Vector imaging for seamless resizing • Bundled actions for quick and easy editing Bundled actions make inserting images simple and carefree, and included custom shape files allow you to customize your layouts using professionally designed components to make these fun albums the star of the event. Use the album as-is for a flip-through version of a Photo Booth featured event, or use the layouts individually for post cards, portfolio pages, brochures, web and blog layouts, and more. Click here to see it in the shop!


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