Our Process
Step 1 – Gathering Information

Let’s talk! Whether we meet in person, via phone, or by using my design/quote form we will discuss your paper needs centered around your event style, location, colors, and formality.

Please note: Currently, we are not doing in-person meetings while the stay-at-home order is in effect.

Step 2 – Quote & Deposits

Based on the information gathered, we will put together a quote for you. If you would like to work together you can make a $100 non-refundable down-payment to secure print and design dates on our calendar.  From there, 50% of the remaining balance will be due prior to ordering paper and supplies and the final 50% will be due prior to printing. 

Step 3 – Design Phase

Once a quote is agreed upon, we will start designing your invitations and create digital proofs. We start by working on the main invitation. This is a collaborative process and we work together, going back and forth with edits, until the design is exactly what you want. When the basic design is decided, we will design the coordinating pieces in the suite. We will once again go back and forth with edits until they are ready for print.

Step 4 – Production

After everything is good-to-go, you will mark your designs approved and we will take it from there. Assembly is done by our team so that all you have to do is put stamps on your rsvps and mailing envelopes, gather all the pieces into the envelope and drop it off at the post office. We do the addressing digitally for you. 

Step 5 – Pickup, Delivery or Stamp & Stuff

When everything is printed and assembled we will let you know your invitations are ready for pickup or mail them to you if you chose that option. 
We also offer stamp and stuff service where we will stamp all your invitations and drop them off at the post office. 

Step 6 – Day Of Items

Several weeks before your event, we will connect with you to work out the final details for your day of items. This includes ceremony programs, escort cards, menus, table number, seating charts, signage, etc.   

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