I’ve been working on putting together a branded Wedding Welcome Packet for some time now, and I am really liking the finished product! It’s a nice “thank you” gift and packet of information that I’m sending to all the couples who book me for their wedding. If you’re a photog and want to know about it, I’ll tell you more about each part.
The folder I use to hold all of the materials is from Kraft & Jute, stamped with my logo. I have printed out a welcome letter, a sample wedding day timeline (I designed myself) and a copy of my studio policies. My business cards are the Luxe Business Cards from Moo.com.
The Lume Photography Look Book highlights the products I carry, features and prices. I designed it using Design Aglow‘s wonderful Modern Minimalist Studio Look Book & Product Catalog, and Wedding Collections Price Menu templates. I had it printed by ProDpi 0n their smooth matte press paper, one of my favorites, as an 8.5×11 booklet. I also designed The Bride’s Guide to Wedding Day Beauty using the Design Aglow template that’s included in their awesome Modern Minimalist Welcome Packet templates. They are press printed accordion cards by Prodpi on smooth matte paper. I love the way it feels :)
I love the little Pocket Wedding Planner accordion book template that comes with the Modern Minimalist Wedding Welcome Packet from Design Aglow. It’s a great gift for the bride-to-be! I had them made by ProDpi (my #1 print lab- I love the feel of their products, the high quality, and the awesome customer service).
I had these custom stamps made by Simon’s Stamps and am pretty impressed with the quality. The ink I use is an archival ink pad I picked up at Michael’s, and I found this vintage stamp holder on Etsy. I got three different sized stamps, and use them on all sorts of my packaging and correspondence, including the folders from Kraft & Jute, and these cute little blank notebooks I give as gifts to the couple. I bought them on Etsy as well.
All of this cool stuff gets packed up neatly in a presentation box from Kraft & Jute, and I have them add my logo to the front (I love my logo!) In case you’re wondering where my logo is from, it was hand drawn by Corvus Attic. I told him what I wanted, and he made it- it’s just what I had hoped for!