Can I see samples of the semi-custom invitations before placing my full order?
Absolutely! Contact us and we will be happy to send you a sample of the semi-custom invitation you have your eye on.
Can I see a sample of what my invitation will look like before ordering?
No, you have to purchase a suite before receiving a proof. Once you place your order, you will receive a proof within 7-10 business days.
Where can I find the ink color options for the semi-custom wedding invitations.
How long does the entire semi-custom invitation process take?
The entire process typically takes between 5-6 weeks. If you are having calligraphy added on, it adds an additional 2-3 weeks.
How long does the entire custom invitation process take?
Custom invitations take longer, because there is typically a lot more communication, design, and product involved. You will want to place your custom invitation order as soon as you can.
Do you take rush orders?
We can accommodate rush orders on letterpress printed goods for an additional cost. For all rush orders, please inquire by sending an e-mail to email@example.com before placing your online order.
After ordering, Will I see a proof of my semi-custom invitation before print?
Absolutely! You will receive a proof within 7-10 days of placing your semi-custom invitation order. Any design revision past this first proof will incur an additional $100 revision fee. This is why it is so important to make sure all the information you send us has everything down to the spelling correct. We understand you may not be 100% on your ink color choice right off the bat, so all color revisions are free of charge.
Do you offer calligraphy services for my envelopes?
Yes, you can order calligraphy services here.
What are your guidelines for submitting our guest addresses for envelope calligraphy?
Please view our Calligraphy Guide and let us know if you have any questions.
Do I need to order extra envelopes if i choose calligraphy services?
No, extra envelopes are included in the price of calligraphy services.
Can I just order your calligraphy services, and not invitations?
What is letterpress print?
Letterpress printed items are all printed in house, individually, by our hands, using an antique printing press. This process will leave an impression in the paper. When you feel the paper, it has texture and an easy elegance. We only offer letterpress printing, because it is our specialty and because we believe it is the most classic and beautiful print method.
What is the difference in 110#, 220#, handmade arpa, and deckled arturo papers?
110# paper is a very nice stock of cotton paper. It is our usual. 220# paper is a double thick cotton paper. It is for anyone looking for a more sturdy invitation, that will have a really impressive letterpress impression. Arpa handmade and deckled arturo papers are a total wow factor. Arpa handmade is a Spanish handmade paper & envelope that has deckled edges and a texture to die for. Deckled arturo paper has a really cool texture and its deckled edging is more modern than arpa handmade.
Can I order a number of invitations that is not in quantities of 25?
For semi-custom invitations, we only offer quantities of 25. However, rounding up is always a great idea. For custom invitations, you can order any quantity needed.
Can I schedule an in-person appointment with you?
We only offer in-person appointments to our custom clients.
Can I have your phone number?
All business contact is done via e-mail communication.
What happens if I notice a mistake in the proof after I give you my approval?
Contact us as soon as you notice this. It is your responsibility to carefully review all proofs for any errors. You are responsible for any additional costs incurred after final approval to proceed with production is provided.
Do you have envelope liners available?
We can create custom envelope liners for custom invitation clients.
Will I have to assemble my order?
Yes, all orders ship ready for you to assemble. However, if you are a custom client and would like to add assembly services, we can do that for you at an additional cost.
If you have any additional questions, please contact us.