A&P Packaging prints to deliver to clients

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  1. Enigma

    Enigma New Member

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    Are any of you doing anything special when you package your prints to deliver (hand deliver, mail, whatever) to clients? I'm talking mainly portrait photography here.

    I know Millers lab has been providing 'boutique packaging' for a while and they finally added it over at MPIX (where I order) as well. It is nice, but just wanted to see what others were doing. Maybe there's something similar that I can do without paying $5 for each order. :dunno:

    Here's what Millers/MPIX offers..

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    I'd like it if it all looked like the right most folder, but he "rock" texture looks so 90s school portrait background and the ribbon is hideous.
     
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    I order through Millers and everything I've got from them looks like the smooth folder. However, I haven't got any boxes from them yet either.

    We usually re-wrap it with different ribbon too.
     
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    Thanks. I just got the DNL price list, looks like some good stuff.
     

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