april packaging inspiration for photographers

 

Attention to detail and unique packaging is one of the many ways you can set yourself apart from the rest and show your clients you care. Using our Paper Shop packaging, a few of our marketing resources, and some details collected from craft stores and our own backyard, we’ve put together an inspiration board that’s sure to give you a few ideas for your next portrait delivery. See below for details: 1. Mini white bag, pistachio tissue paper, business card from the Loft Marketing Suite 2. 5x7 kraft box, sticker from the Loft Marketing Suite, black wax seal, pistachio ribbon, pistachio tissue paper, rope 3. Small charcoal welcome folder, Limon tissue paper, Navajo Turquoise ribbon, mini square accordion album from the Portrait Welcome Packet: Classic Edition 4. Small kraft welcome folder,  4x5.5 accordion card from the Loft Marketing Suite, navajo turquoise ribbon, plant from outside our studio 5. Large white welcome folder, gift certificate from the Loft Marketing Suite, pistachio ribbon 6. Medium kraft bag, mini wallet accordion album from the Wedding Welcome Packet: Modern Minimalist Edition, baby maize ribbon, sky blue tissue paper, camera rubber stamp from Paper Source 7. Mini charcoal bag, white tissue paper, sticker from the Loft Marketing Suite, pistachio ribbon 8. Kraft 8×10 box, "thank you" stamp from Paper Source, flower from outside our studio, hemp cord 9. 5x7 white box, thin hemp cord, ivory wax seal, card from the Wedding Welcome Packet: Modern Minimalist Edition Have questions? Want to show off your packaging inspiration? Let us know on Facebook




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