Polished and understated, Design Aglow’s Boudoir Welcome Packet will reassure your clients that they have made the right decision in entrusting you with their intimate portraits. Everything about it exudes elegance and refinement. And it’s not only a practical guide, it’s full of encouragement and tips that will get your client excited for her upcoming session. Julita of Made with Love Photography shares, "I used the Boudoir Welcome Packet to make my welcome kit for new portrait and boudoir clients. It's very elegant and luxurious, and takes my photography to the next level! My clients love this kit. They know what to expect during our session, how to prepare and they feel relaxed before the shoot. The best part is the magnet with the quote from Sophia Loren about beauty."
Thanks for sharing, Julita! Enjoy your shopping spree on us~
From the shop: Although it’s beautiful and exhilarating, a boudoir session can intimidate even the most confident woman. Help your client to relax and ease their tension with the most impressive presentation we have ever seen: Design Aglow’s Boudoir Welcome Packet. When you hand her this tastefully appointed fine art presentation, filled with everything she needs to know (and more!), any apprehension will melt into eager anticipation for her day in the limelight.
Boudoir Welcome Packet at a glance:
• Welcome greeting
• Quad-fold card including packages, general session info, location session info, pep talk and testimonials
• Trifold beauty guide with helpful tips
• Checklist of all items to remember leading up to their session
• Product options
• Bookmark referral card
• Business card with contact info
• Packaging sticker
• Return address label for branded mailing option • Gift magnet with confidence-boosting quote
• All professional pre-written verbiage included
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Less is more.
Too many people attempt to do it all. Remember that kid in middle school who tried to be the all star on the dodgeball team? Nobody liked him, and he only got in everybody’s way. Focusing on one particular skill, direction, goal, project etc. takes work and effort. The drive and desire to have your hands in a little bit of everything needs to be suppressed.