introducing the redesigned classic portrait and wedding welcome packets

introducing the redesigned classic portrait and wedding welcome packets

As two of our all-time biggest sellers, our Portrait and Wedding Welcome Packets have helped guide hundreds of studios to success; but like all classics, they needed a little freshening up. Introducing the redesigned Classic Portrait and Wedding Welcome Packets: same great templates, with a brand new look. With the opening of the Paper Shop right around the corner, think about how you can amplify your image with a completely customizable new Welcome Packet--complete with session info card, fashion tips, studio policies, product menu, and much, much more--to slip into our perfectly proportioned new Welcome Folders. As so many happy Design Aglow customers will testify, our signature Welcome Packets immediately shape your image, projecting professionalism and style.

Get yours with special introductory pricing in the Shop today!

(Already purchased the Classic Welcome Packets? We’ll gladly upgrade your old packet to the new version for $25! Email us at service@designaglow.com for details.)




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