Wedding Welcome Packet: Setting The Scene For A Complete Luxury Wedding Photography Experience

Wedding Welcome Packet: Setting The Scene For A Complete Luxury Wedding Photography Experience

Today's fan share comes to us from Stephanie of Stephanie Mballo Photography. She writes, "The Wedding Client Welcome Packet was so easy to use, beautifully designed and easily customizable. I changed some of the wording to better suit my style of writing and the welcome note to work for client consults instead of strictly for brides who have already hired me. I exchanged one or two of the panels with full page images to display more of my work and changed the colors to match my brand, and it was very simple to customize. My couples love receiving this packet during wedding client consults. It makes such a pretty package, and couples are always happy to see tips for planning their big day. It's a way for me to immediately demonstrate to potential clients that I will go the extra mile for them. It sets the stage for the level of customer service that I strive to offer. I can't imagine talking to potential wedding clients without this packet. It's made a world of difference in the number of clients who end up booking after the initial consultation."

Thanks for sharing your success with the welcome packet, Stephanie! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

From the shop:

Design Aglow's Wedding Studio Welcome Packet is a comprehensive presentation that sets the scene for a complete luxury wedding photography experience that will have clients lining up to book you!

With a complete package of original marketing content, mini guides, professional advice, gorgeous bridal planners-- and even a section for grooms, there isn't anything we haven't thought of! The Welcome Pack is a perfect turnkey package for any wedding studio. It is as rich in time-saving potential as it is in beauty, offering an attractive yet simplified approach to boutique style wedding marketing, geared to help you sell both your services and your image.

Wedding Welcome Packet At a Glance:
• Welcome greeting
• Wedding day bridal guide
• "Just For Grooms' trifold
• Studio policies and payment information
• ...and much more!


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