Welcome Your Clients With A Professional, Informative Presentation

Welcome Your Clients With A Professional, Informative Presentation

With the Modern Minimalist Welcome Packet, we’ve put together everything you need to help your modern wedding brand with original marketing content and templates that guide clients through every step of the process. Lydia of Lydia Krumpholz Foto & Design shares, "My Welcome Packet includes all the information that my couples need - wedding day timeline, when to take the portraits, engagement session information, a small planner and my packages and pricing. I translated the amazing text into German, which took me a while, but it was well worth it!

As a little gift I made a cute little "10 Dates Before You Say I Do" booklet to remind the couple to enjoy themselves and don't get to stressed with the wedding planning. I also include a handwritten thank you card and organic chocolate. The cardboard box is handmade in Germany and has my logo imprinted. I just add a little satin bow in my signature color and it looks absolutely gorgeous. It makes a great impression and looks very polished and professional.

My clients get the packet after they have signed their contract and it shows them that they have made the right decision by choosing me. For me it has the great benefit that I can give my couples all the information that I know they need in a very nice way."

Thanks for sharing, Lydia! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

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