creating a luxury photography experience, from start to finish

creating a luxury photography experience, from start to finish

Did you know that in addition to Photoshop and InDesign actions and templates, stunning articles, turn-key selling kits, heirloom products and intelligent marketing tools, Design Aglow also offers beautiful frames and photography packaging?

framing resources for photographers 

wood framed photo wall gallery

Gorgeous, modern photography deserves an equally gorgeous, modern display. Design Aglow believes that there is great value--both for your clients’ walls, and your business--in selling a polished final product. We understand that professional wedding and portrait photographers need sleek frames to enhance their clients’ imagery, and simple solutions for selling those frames to their clientele. Our Frame Shop offers both. We provide affordable, California-made frames to elegantly present your finished work, and support them with resources to help you earn additional revenue on every sale, with minimal work. Our line of low-profile, high-impact frames is designed to complement any decor--classic, modern, beachy, or rustic. Their clean style ensures that the frames don’t compete with the image, but enhance and elevate it. Made in California with sustainable American materials, real glass (not plexi!), and acid-free mats, the frames’ quality construction ensures that your photography will remain an heirloom once hung in your clients’ homes.

“I love these frames because they are simple and keep the focus on the images. The collection made it easy for me to visualize how the layout would look in my space and decide which images to use. Clients, family and friends always comment on this wall display. They want to know how they can get something like this, too!” - Julie, Photo Jewels Photography

 

Photographers: your paper chase is over. No more sourcing your boxes, bags, wrapping, packets, tissue, and ribbons from different vendors. We’re simplifying your packaging solutions with our one-stop packaging shop! Some Paper Shop highlights:
• Affordable, high quality photo boxes & bags in three core colors
• A money-saving solution for wrapping any odd-sized product, frame, album, and canvas–giant rolls of kraft paper!
• Custom designed folders created just for Design Aglow’s Welcome Packets
• Vibrant tissue and ribbon to coordinate with any brand
• The exclusive Charcoal collection of boxes and bags–so much more chic than glossy black
• Impeccable eco credentials, with products made from materials like grass pulp and methods like hydroelectricity. Special embossed seals let your clients know you care about the planet
• No minimum order
• Worldwide shipping

"As a Wedding and Portrait Photography I believe every experience between clients and business owner should be flawless, from start to finish. Thanks to Design Aglow I have the confidence in offering a quality product next to my passion for photography." - Chris J. Pierre Photography




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