Making a Personal Connection with the Wedding Welcome Packet

Making a Personal Connection with the Wedding Welcome Packet

Wedding Welcome Kit for Photographers

We love to see the creative ways photographers are customizing their Welcome Packets for their clients. Kristin of Kristin Vanzant Photography shares, "I wanted to create a fun, personal, & helpful wedding packet that would welcome our new brides. I chose images that represented our brand (Playful, Timeless, & Wholehearted) and dropped them into the Design Aglow Wedding Welcome Packet template. I also changed up the text, so that it would feel more personal. I went with a very clean design & incorporated my favorites: black & white stripes with a touch of gold.

I also added an "Ideal Wedding Day Timeline" to help educate my clients further, since the timeline is one of the first questions I am asked about. New brides will also receive a copy of Nashville Lifestyles Weddings (a local magazine that we are featured in!) and some extra goodies & treats!

I absolutely love spoiling our brides & making a personal connection with each couple! This is the PERFECT way to welcome new clients... plus, it's practical & represents our boutique brand."

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

Have you created something awesome with Design Aglow products? Feel free to send us images here. If we feature it on the blog you’ll get a $75 shopping spree at Design Aglow!

Products featured:
Wedding Welcome Packet: Modern Minimalist Edition
Gift Mailer Boxes




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