The Modern Minimalist Edition Of The Wedding Welcome Packet Is Here!

The Modern Minimalist Edition Of The Wedding Welcome Packet Is Here!

We've put together everything you need to help your modern wedding brand with original marketing content and templates that guide clients through every step of the process. The clean lines, modern typography, and open spaces give the images room to breathe, and evoke a feeling of bold style. You'll never worry you've missed something because we've included everything from checklists, professional tips, novel tools for up-selling, and subtle ways to get your studio name out into today's unique marketplace.

Wedding Welcome Packet: Modern Minimalist Edition at a glance:

• Welcome greeting

• Wedding day bridal guide

• "Just For Grooms' trifold

• Studio policies and payment information • ...and much more!

Plus:

• Your download includes Photoshop PSD files and BONUS InDesign templates for speedy drag-and-drop workflow!

*Special thanks go out to Ashley Kelemen Photography, Emily Blake Photography, Erich McVey Photography, Judy Pak Photography and Kallima Photography for the lovely images that adorn our sample templates.

Click here to check it out in the shop!




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