portrait welcome packet: modern minimalist edition is here!

As a companion to the clean-lined look of our Modern Minimalist Wedding Welcome Packet, the Portrait Welcome Packet: Modern Minimalist Edition prepares your clients for a contemporary photography experience. Its typographic savvy establishes you as an arbiter of cool, while its open spaces echo modern possibilities. Introduce new clients to your policies and philosophies, and set the stage for impressive sales and future referrals with this suite of templates. You'll feel ready to sell with the included checklists, tips, and tools to maximize your revenue. Take advantage of this small investment to look like the most chic studio in town with a product that (like all Design Aglow products) pays for itself instantly. Exceed your clients' visual expectations and set a high bar for client investment with this stunning custom design.

Portrait Studio Welcome Packet: Modern Minimalist Edition At a Glance:
Welcome greeting
Session info card template
Templates for marketing and referral tools
Client questionnaires
Studio Policies
...and more!

Click here to check it out in the shop!

Special thanks to AMR Photography, Hannah Mayo Photography, Melanie Leighton Photography, Untamed Heart Photography, Milou + Olin Photography, Brooke Schwab Photography, Chubby Cheek Photography, and Meg Sexton Photography for the lovely samples images.




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