Our Wedding Photo Overlays Are A PPA Hot One!

Our Wedding Photo Overlays Are A PPA Hot One!

We always thought this product was great, but it's high praise that the magazine Professional Photographer (the official publication of the PPA) does too. PP Mag's Hot One Awards, recognizing products of “exceptional quality, innovation, design and performance as judged by a distinguished panel of industry experts,” selected our awesome Wedding Photo Overlays as a 2013 winner. This collection of 31 hand-drawn designs, each sweeter than the next, pops your photos with big balloons, bouncing banners, and well-aimed arrows. Each graphic and its lovely type can be easily resized to adorn your art, from save-the-dates and thank you notes to large wall canvases.

We're totally honored to be recognized for our innovative design work and contributions to the photography industry, and invite you to check out this now award-winning product in the shop.    

     




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