WEDDING PAPER GOODS // PROCESS & PRICING

 

Something as unique as you

Your wedding invitations are the first introduction into your vision for your day. When your invitations arrive, each and every detail - from the texture and weight of the paper to the choice of color, calligraphy, and process - will introduce the mood and tone you envision. We can collaborate on layout, color, crests, calligraphy,  and illustrations to create stationery which is unique to you as a couple. For information about pricing, process, and paper good options, please read below or contact me with any other questions!

Process:

Your wedding stationery and/or crest are unique to you and you are intimately involved in the design process. We will begin by chatting (via Email, FaceTime, or Phone whatever is most convenient!) about what you envision for your wedding and what specially would you like to include in your design. If you have any visual aids (Photos, Instagram accounts, or Pinterest boards), I would love to see them!  After we chat, I’ll come up with a few concepts for your suite which I’ll send over your way for revisions. I’ll do up to 4 revisions on that concept so that the final proof is exactly what you envisioned. Once you approve the proof, it is time to start printing and production! 

Options: 

  1. A two-piece suite (including a main invitation + envelope) 
  2. A four-piece suite (including the main invitation + envelope and RSVP card + envelope)
  3. A two-piece suite plus custom crest (including a main invitation + envelope + crest)
  4. A four-piece suite (including the main invitation + envelope and RSVP card + envelope + crest)

If you would like information on pricing for programs, details card, a map, place cards, menus, seating charts, or favors contact me and I can send you over additional pricing information. I offer digital, letterpress, embossing, and metallic foil techniques for printing. I can also provide you with additional garnishes and special touches such as custom or vintage stamps, return address stamps, seals, twine, envelope lines, velvet or silk ribbon.

Investment:

Each of these stationery options are quoted specifically for the quantity, complexity, and process. I’ve worked with some brides who have a budget of less than $400 for invitations and others whose budgets have been $3,000+ for their invitation stationery, bridal stationery, reception paper goods, favors etc. I feel that I really can work with almost any budget and I am happy to work together with you on a budget outside this limit. The total cost will be divided into three payments: the first will be a non-refundable deposit which I require before I begin any design work. The second payment is due half way through the design process, and the final balance is due after you have approved you invitation proofs and before they are sent off for printing and production. Any shipping and handling costs will be added to that final payment.