set yourself apart in your local with marketing that shines

You don’t need a PR manager and an expensive marketing campaign to get noticed. The eye-catching, yet cost-effective Modern Minimalist™ Wedding Studio Magazine and Welcome Packet provides the perfect platform to highlight your skills in style and simultaneously establish an associated sense of professionalism. Natalie of Natalie Franke Photography shares, "Over the past few years, I’ve been continuing to build an even better experience for my clients. Among my goals for the new year – I made it a priority to finally create a Booking Packet to welcome new couples into the Natalie Franke Photography family! After purchasing the Design Aglow Wedding Welcome Packet and Magazine - I went to work making the booklet and additional materials my own! I absolutely LOVE how my Welcome Packets show off my images and share important information with my couples! Having beautiful materials like these sets me apart in my local market and allows me to offer my brides an extraordinary experience from the very start!"

Thanks for sharing, Natalie! Enjoy your shopping spree on us~

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