eliminate distracted guests and spoiled photos with wedding guest request cards

One of the most significant moments for a newlywed couple is the first time they see their wedding photos...that is of course unless their images have already been tainted by all the amateur photographers and 'Facebook posters' at the event. Solve the issues surrounding and avoid the camera-happy 'Uncle Bobs' forever by offering your clients our Wedding Guest Request Cards. Perfectly and politely phrase the bride and groom's request that all of the photography taken on their wedding day remain in the hands of the photographer. With our well-worded, elegantly designed card, your clients can eliminate distracted guests and spoiled photos. Sarah of Sarah Vaughan Photography shares, "I offer these cards to my couples complimentarily. It benefits me so much to not have cameras, cell phones, tablets, etc in my line of view at a ceremony. And it's something that most couples don't even think about or know is an issue nowadays! When I "educate" my clients, they are all for it! My brides love these cards because I am able to customize them to match the design aesthetic of their wedding. This couple's wedding colors were navy blue and red, so I decided to change the background to navy blue, but keep the texture. The wording is so eloquent too. They say what they need to say without offending anyone. I also changed the font to match my branding because it worked so well with the names. I'm not the greatest at graphic design, but the template is so easy to customize. What's not to love about this?!" Thanks for sharing, Sarah! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~


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