fine art keepsake box for weddings

 

 Clever products that shine with creativity help show clients that your profession is rooted in art. Kara of Kara Petta Photography shares, "My goal was to introduce a unique and beautiful product that could fit into a variety of budgets. I love the Accordion Mini Albums: Visual Poetry because it can fit into any budget and comes in a set of 3 (one to keep and two to give) that's an easy way to justify the upgrade for most! I also offer it sometimes as a complimentary addition for packages to wow clients and boost my referrals. Then I had the idea to use the wedding template for my fine art box that I offer with all my wedding packages. It ties the products together and gives a beautiful upscale design to my box. I've had brides book a wedding with me just because they fell in love with this box! I love them because they're so versatile! I've used them for mini albums, coffee table books, 8x8 or 10x10 albums, fine art boxes and cards. The elements can be used on a variety of products to tie everything together for a beautiful designed look. It really helps to set me apart and showcase my clients images. This is a product that has a wide range of uses and I love that there's a style for any type of photography you offer. It's worth every penny! Clients love that these albums are such an upscale, portable way to display and share their portraits. In the day of digital albums and online viewing, to have something beautiful and tangible to show to friends and family really wows my clients. Plus they make great gifts that work with any type of photography you sell." Thanks for sharing, Kara! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~ Have you created anything lately for your clients from Design Aglow products? Feel free to send us images here. If we feature it on the blog you’ll get a $75 shopping spree at Design Aglow!




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