It takes just a few steps to order your fully custom-designed invitation.
1 - QUOTE
Browse our Design Portfolio for inspiration. Remember these are fully custom invitations, so colors, artwork, font & embellishment changes are included in all pricing and expected (but if you like one as shown, you can keep it similar).
To get started OR reserve a future Design Start Date, a deposit officially books the order, similar to how you’ve booked your DJ or florist.
You will receive a general timeline for your order, and wording submission documents which need to be completed before design work begins.
3 - DETAILS
Design work begins once we have received your invitation wording and color and embellishment preferences. You can send photos for inspiration – flowers, dresses, decor – anything that inspires your event.
We hand-pick papers and embellishments from dozens of suppliers to fit the colors & style desired. Paper swatches can be sent on request at this time.
4 - DESIGN
You will see what your invitation will look like through emailed proof files. With each proof, you have the opportunity to provide feedback, ask questions, request edits, and make wording adjustments as needed.
For custom orders, 5 proofs are included, and there is no limit to the number of edits made to each.
5 - PRINTING
Once you are happy with the design and have thoroughly proofread the final proof, granting your final approval initiates printing and production, which typically takes a few weeks to complete.
The final balance for the order is due at this time, prior to any paper ordering, printing, production or assembly.
6 - SHIPPING
As soon as production is complete, your order will be carefully packed and shipped (usually via FedEx Ground), and you will receive tracking information to keep an eye out for arrival.
For international orders, exact shipping costs are billed once the order is boxed and ready to go.
ADMIRE & INVITE!
Admire your invitations! Then stuff those envelopes and send them out.
You’ll shortly find out why they’re NOT “just invitations” when friends and family call, text and email to rave about how they are the best invitations they’ve received, or how they don’t want to mail back the rsvp card so they can keep their copy pristine all for themselves.