PETTIGROVE II PROPHOTO 6 COLLECTION
The Pettigrove II ProPhoto Collection is an instant download of the entire Pettigrove II Suite! Streamline your business easily with a cohesive collection ready to be customized by you! The fully layered Photoshop files let you become the designer, by adding in your own business name, editing the color palette, and replacing fonts.
This instant digital download includes:
- Pettigrove II ProPhoto 6 Template (more details)
- Pettigrove II Marketing Suite (more details)
- Pettigrove II Holiday Printable (more details)
Things to know:
- Reference the more details links to the right of each template that is included in your download. These links will give a fuller and more detailed description of each of the individual templates.
- All Templates are meant to be edited with Adobe Photoshop CS or higher.
- Included in your download are Instructional PDFs as a simple guide for you to create something perfect for your business!
- Links to the fonts used are included in your download. All fonts are free downloads.
- This template is compatible with ProPhoto 6 only.
- ProPhoto Collections are sold more than once.
DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS PRODUCT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, REFUNDS ARE NOT GIVEN. YOU MAY NOT RESELL, REDISTRIBUTE, OR USE THIS DESIGN IN ANY WAY OTHER THAN FOR YOUR BUSINESS.
© Red Met Yellow Creative | Photography by Jose Villa // Event Design, Styling, and Production: Easton Events // Floral Design: Southern Blooms by Pat’sFloral Design // Venue: Fenwick Hall // Printed Suite: Sideshow Press // Calligraphy: Tara Jones // Catering: Cru Catering // Wedding Cake: Elaine’s Events – Elaine Mincey // Oyster Plates, Dessert Plates, Fine China, Sterling Silver Baseplates, Specialty Drink Glassware and Footed Tray: George C. Birlant & Co. – Charleston // Silverware, Silver Pitcher, Salt Cellars, Candelabras: The Silver Vault of Charleston // Oriental Rug: Khoury Rugs // Additional Tabletop Rentals:Festive Fare // Vintage Car: Absolutely Charleston // Wedding Dress: Carol Hannah // Dress Boutique: Maddison Row // Women’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo // Men’s Suiting: Grady Ervin // Men’s Shoes: Stubbs & Wootton // Jewelry: BHLDN // Hair: Charlotte Belk of Wedding Hair by Charlotte // Make up: Elina Mille of Bellelina // Models: Tout // Backdrop:Anthropologie // Escort Card Concept: Antique Ledger
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