Wedding Kits


How do you present the wedding contract to your client? On copy paper? By email?

Someone who has put the most important day of their lives in your hands and who is paying you thousands of dollars deserves a lot more than that. Plus, what does email or copy paper say about your brand? Do you think it gives them warm fuzzies about the amount of money they have just committed?

When our brides book with us, they get a
black, branded, textured presentation folder filled with:

Copy of their contract printed on linen résumé paper

Black linen envelope stamped and addressed to us for them to return the signature portion of their contract

Custom cover sheet that includes their name and date Copy of the pricing they have locked into
Cover letter explaining what’s included in the folder Timeline worksheets

Tips for being photographed and videotaped Fliers from our recommended vendors Fliers about our Allure studio sessions

Fliers about the Client for Life program they have included in their wedding package

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Charles Buckley

    Hello Sal and other half,
    Great information!
    Do you have a link where we can purchase an already made kit that you describe above?

    1. admin

      unfortunately, we do not. its made of many different pieces from many vendors… will def talk to taylor and see about updating this in the future!

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