Have you seen Design Aglow Packaging in person yet? It doesn't disappoint! Just ask Shaunae of Shaunae Teske Photography. She shares, "Ever since the wonderful Meredith C. Bullock created my stunning hand-painted logo a couple years ago, I just love incorporating it into all my aspects of my business, including the tangible prints and products I offer. Over the last couple of weeks, I have been working with Design Aglow to replace all my old bags, boxes, and branding material with their gorgeous items. I just received my new gift bags and needless to say, I’m in LOVE!
The charcoal gray is beautiful, the soft fabric handles feel fabulous and the quality is impeccable! I’m SO impressed! These stunning gift bags come complete with my logo beautifully embossed in silver in the center. It may sound weird, but I just love seeing my logo in real life, not just online. Every time I deliver a bag full of photo goodies, it feels like a part of me is going out into the world! It’s an inexpiable, yet wonderful feeling. I’m thrilled to give my clients something that is almost as beautiful as their photos because they seriously rock! They deserve a wonderful experience and I would never want to give them anything less than my best!
My clients absolutely LOVE these bags! Every time they get one they don't want to open it because it looks so pretty! Even photographers love them and message me all the time asking where I received those bags."
Thanks for sharing, Shaunae! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~
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