Holiday Portrait Marketing | File Size 1.48 MB | Free download


  • 5” x 7” tri-fold brochure with general holiday portrait description, photo gift ideas, explanation of your session process, booking contact information, and room for lots of beautiful images
  • 4” x 5.5” ‘Ultimate Investment’ card with comprehensive product offerings and price lists
  • 7” x 5” ‘Q & A’ card with professionally written answers to frequent client questions, and a longer section on what to wear during a holiday portrait session
  • 3” x 3” referral card for clients to pass on to family and friends
  • Convenient web-sized marketing template for announcing your portrait sessions on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, email, blog, and any other digital media
  • All articles and copy professionally written
  • All elements on separate Photoshop layers for easy customizing in minutes


Our Holiday Portrait Marketing set is designed to elegantly boost your end-of-year portrait and print sales. Get clients excited about the endless possibilities of photo gifts and the importance of documenting their family legacy. A delicate balance of important information and image display, the 5-piece set’s layout is inviting to read and beautiful to look at. Market holiday portraits and gifts by displaying this set in retail stores, mailing it in a beautiful kraft paper envelope to your clients, saving it out as .PDF and emailing it as a newsletter, or handing it out at local events. Whichever way you use it, this kit will help you with holiday bookings and print sales!

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Julie Paisley Photography

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