Order your custom gallery wrap today and save! I normally charge $200-300 for these same gallery wraps but because spring is just around the corner, I want to offer my wonderful clients a deal. What a great way to share your favorite photo with those that come to visit your home. This gallery wrap is printed at one of my trusted labs, comes with free touch ups on your image of choice (Tyra Bleek Photography images only, please), your choice of color or black and white, and shipped right to your house.
Here’s the details.
16×20 – Normal Cost: $200 —– SALE PRICE: $100 + shipping ($15).
Must order by: SUNDAY – APRIL 14, 2013. That’s less than a week to decide, so be sure to contact me asap. This cannot be for a future order.
Please note, backing may differ!
I admit, I am a little biased when it comes to introducing The Wedding Lawyer. There are a couple of reasons for my bias. First, because he’s been so helpful to me, a vendor in the wedding industry. Second, because The Wedding Lawyer is my husband, Ryan Bleek. He was still in law school when my husband first began thinking about the idea of offering legal advice to vendors in the wedding industry. You see, my husband loves entrepreneurs, and wedding vendors are mostly small businesses. He likes learning about how people got started and how vendors’ businesses work. Ryan also really enjoys giving business advice in addition to legal advice when he thinks he has an insight worth offering.
I think the reason why he has such a passion to see others succeed in their business ventures is because he was and is an entrepreneur himself. Before law school, Ryan quit his job and started a t-shirt business and road-tripped across America one summer in hopes to jump start the business. It didn’t work, but it was a great learning experience and also a fun story. He also was instrumental in the launch and success of Tyra Bleek Photography. I honestly don’t think I could have done it without him. Especially since he started shooting weddings with me last summer, Ryan has spent a ton of time around wedding vendors talking to them about their businesses. He believes his intimate knowledge of the industry gives him a head-start when it comes to offering them legal and business advice.
So, what is the Wedding Lawyer? No, the Wedding Lawyer does not write prenups or do divorces. The tagline in the logo says, “On the Law and Business of Weddings.” That pretty much sums it up. The Wedding Lawyer exists to offer legal advice and assistance to wedding vendors. He can write and review contracts, help set up business formations, offer advice on copyright and trademark issues, advise on employment issues, and probably lots of other stuff. If you have any questions, look him up.