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Luxe Price Menus are here!

 

Details matter, and a simple, elegant, consumer friendly price list is essential to set the tone for an optimized sale while presenting your pricing structure in the most professional way possible.

These simply delectable luxe pricing menus come complete with several professionally crafted covers and interior designs! In just minutes you’ll be customizing, printing or attaching an email PDF to share with clients. Leave clients smiling and your studio styling—all without taking precious time away from your business and your life!

Click here to see our Price Menus for Portraits, Weddings and Cinematography in the shop and receive intro pricing for the next week!

Sample images by Kimberley Kufaas Photography, Allison Corrin Photography, Kylie Martin Photography, Greer G Photography, Nicole Mason, Stephanie Mballo, Paula O'Hara Photography, Alyssa Rosenheck Photography and Tyler Branch Photo for Design Aglow.




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