Senior Welcome Packet

Senior Welcome Packet

High school seniors love being the center of attention. That’s why we’ve created a fresh & unique presentation that speaks directly to them! Design Aglow’s fun and modern Senior Welcome Packet has covered all the bases from what to wear, how to look chic, where to go, and how to turn a senior session into an investment that lasts a lifetime.

Senior Welcome Packet at a glance:

• Welcome greeting from your studio
• Tips about choosing a location and making their session unique
• Hair and makeup guide
• What to wear and what to bring
• Product showcase
• Studio business card

 

Enhance your client experience by offering keepsakes from the Essential Senior Product Collection.

Click here to get your own Senior Welcome Packet today!




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