Traditionally, invitations go out six to eight weeks before the wedding- that gives guests plenty of time to clear their schedules and make travel arrangements if they don’t live in town. If it’s a destination wedding, you should send your invitations about three months in advance. Save The Date cards typically are sent out 6–9 months prior to your wedding
A majority of my printing is outsourced to ensure that my clients receive the highest quality paper stocks, inks, and image definition. By outsourcing my printing, I’m also able to offer a wider range of services and materials. Some of my favorite printing methods I offer are:
Ultimately, whatever you want! I have a standard set of fonts, papers, and colors I work with often, but these are YOUR invitations/brand elements and I will work with each client to make sure their vision is achieved.
I am able to design and print your menus, place cards, programs, thank you cards, and anything else you need for your big day! Not only will it save you the hassle of going to multiple vendors, but it also guarantees a cohesive brand and aesthetic. I also do other event invitations and anything you might need for those special occasions.
Showit is not only extremely mobile and user friendly, but there is no coding necessary! It is completely customizable and able to create a beautiful site that you will not be disappointed with. Not to mention, their weekday customer support is amazing and extremely prompt and fast.
Yes! Ordering all your print components at once will save me time and it will save you money in the long run. Also it helps me establish a brand identity (design, fonts, style) for all your designs. Printing in bulk cuts down on your paper and printing costs- check out the packages I offer!
Yes! I have worked with clients all the way from California to Virginia and places in between. Whether it be Skype, a phone call, or email, I can communicate with whichever method my client prefers and make it just as memorable of an experience as if we were face-to-face.
DIGITAL PRINTING: The most cost-effective option, can be in any color and on almost any paper.
LETTERPRESS: This technique uses a metal plate to make a deep impression into a thick paper for a luxurious feel. This upgrade starts around $300 per letterpress area per letterpress color.
FOIL PRINTING: Foil is typically seen in metallic, but can be offered in almost any color.This method uses a metal plate to impress into the thicker paper, and adds a beautiful shine.. This upgrade depends on size and color, and begins at around $200 per piece.
THERMOGRAPHY: This method brings the traditional raised-ink feel to your invitations. Thermography involves heating a powder with ink to create a raised feel for your text and graphics.
Great question! Based on our initial discussion and your design needs, I will create an invoice and send it to you, where I then require a 50% deposit in order for work to begin. You can make your payments via Credit Card (linked on invoice) or if you would prefer writing me a check that is fine too! I do require all final payments to be made before the delivery/mailing of final designs.
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