luxurious, personalized photo packaging

 

Providing your clients with a luxurious experience from start to finish is one of the many ways you will keep them coming back every year. Melissa Chapman of White Lotus Photography shares, "For me, a beautifully packaged purchase or gift is always a treat, especially when it is full of personal touches. Because I feel that custom photography is a treat, a luxury item, it should be packaged and treated as such. Each one of my sessions is unique and treated with care. I include a custom CD package (envelopments.com) using beautiful papers, a personalized, hand written thank you card from the Hand Lettered Cards and a home made treat to share as they look through the images. The box is finished with a custom sticker from the Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist™ Edition."

Thanks for sharing your success story, Melissa! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

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