The Complete Baby Plan For Your Photography Studio

The Complete Baby Plan For Your Photography Studio

 

Clients asking if you offer a Baby Plan but you have no idea where to begin? Packages, products, marketing…..there’s a lot to consider. No worries, we have everything you need and have done all the hard work for you!

The Complete Baby Plan is everything you need to create an exciting and profitable baby plan campaign for your studio. A detailed formula balances comprehensive tools for success with elegant professional design for maternity, newborn, and baby photographers. The fully customizable templates include professionally crafted text (including emails, website and brochure information) and eye-catching designer graphics that can be used as-is, or customized to suit your brand or colors.

From tips and thoughtful advice for a successful baby business, to marketing tools to get your name and great services at the top of your market, the included guide and templates in the Complete Baby Plan have you covered.

Complete Baby Plan at a Glance:

  • 16-page comprehensive Baby Plan Success Guide for the photographer
  • Simple and effective steps for sales and marketing, including a stunning, yet easy-to-use brochure and business card templates
  • Surefire posing suggestions for memorable maternity, newborn, and baby sessions
  • Brilliantly designed, coordinating (and customizable!) items to offer your clients at every stage
  • Coordinating baby announcements
  • Baby Plan client contract
  •  ...and much more!

Get yours today right here!

*Sample images by Carrie Sandoval (Captured By Carrie), Tiny Posers Photography, Eline Visscher Fotografie, White Salt Photography, Allison Corrin Photography, Megan Elizabeth Portraits, Aimee Cook Photography, Jamie D Photography, Alison Winterroth Photography, and Blue Dandelion Photography. Mini posing guide by Marla Carter and business info by Laura Novak.




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