fun, modern photography packaging

Exhausted from sourcing and ordering your photography packaging–boxes, bags, wrapping, packets, tissue, and ribbons–each from a different vendor? Design Aglow is here to help!

Crecia of Crecia Page Photography shares her experience with the Design Aglow Paper Shop, "I wanted to create a cohesive and beautiful way to deliver my clients their collections while also promoting my wedding photography which is a newer part of my business. I collected images from my favorite and most recent stylized wedding session and then found the Design Aglow Paper Shop's products to be the most high-end and beautiful way to display my images as packaging after doing weeks of research. The rest was easy because Design Aglow's templates are so easy to use. I love packaging now. I used to find it burdensome and I was always disappointed in the quality of the packaging juxtaposed to my work, but now it's fun, modern and beautiful just like the images inside. My client's love it and it's a great finishing touch. I'm sure they hold onto or recycle many of the pieces!"

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

Products pictured above: Packaging Accessories: Modern Minimalist™ Edition
Charcoal bags
Charcoal boxes
Natural ribbon
White tissue paper
Kraft Paper




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