Photo Overlays For An Adorable Wedding Day Surprise

Photo Overlays For An Adorable Wedding Day Surprise


This lovely fan share comes from Liz of Elizabeth & Jane Photography.

She writes, "This client was extremely fun - the session was a surprise from the bride to her groom on their wedding day. She hired me to photograph her dog and her soon-to-be mother in law's dog (whom the groom loves dearly) and we came up with some amazing designs that she then had framed and displayed at the wedding. It was so easy and quick to come up with something really unique and custom for this client who was looking for something really specific. I used the Wedding Collection and Valentine Collection of Photo Overlays. It was so much easier to add the bow ties and hats afterwards in Photoshop than it would have been to try to actually make the dogs wear them (which is what the bride had originally wanted...yikes!) The bride was ecstatic with the look of what we created and it was a total surprise to the groom, who loved the designs!"

Thanks for sharing, Liz! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~



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