As part of my wedding photography experience, each of my couples receives a printed copy of the ACP Wedding Experience Guide, which walks them through the process from their engagement session to their album delivery. So many different topics are covered in this guide, including preferred vendors, sample timelines, planning tips, and more!
This guide not only helps my couples immediately see the value of the experience that they've invested in, but also helps save me time as SO many frequently asked questions are answered right here!
The moment I started sending this guide, I also saw a HUGE difference in the success of my wedding days & images, as my couples could trust me more and felt completely prepared. I was able to create better getting ready images as my couples understood the importance of clean and bright spaces. I created better flatlays as my brides knew what details to gather before I arrived. I could double the amount of couple portraits in my galleries as my newlyweds were sold on sunset portrait time.
This 57-page template includes...
Two different cover page options
A table of contents
Engagement session prep tips
Wedding questionnaire introduction
Wedding day sample timeline
Getting ready tips
Details to consider having photographed
General timing tips
Tips for choosing florals
All about first looks
What to look for when choosing a veil
Wedding ceremony tips
Family formal preparation
Importance of sunset portraits
Reception planning tips
Gallery delivery & what to expect
The album building process
Advice from past couples
Done for you page design
This product is delivered as PDF with a link to the Canva template and instructions on how to use it! From there you can print it or send it to your clients digitally!
It's a one time purchase to receive lifetime access, as long as you have a Canva account!
As soon as you hit "buy", the instructional PDF should arrive in your inbox in minutes so that you can dive deep into customization right away!
As long as you have a Canva account, you're good to go! Other photographers have guides that require InDesign, which I feel is limiting. Canva is much more user friendly and universal!