We strive to provide a simple and care-free process for our clients so we created this guide to help you in your ordering process of our semi-custom and custom invitations. Please read below to find out about our options in customizing your wedding paper.
Step 1 - quote
We know each invitation needs are different so we encourage you to reach out to us for a quote or use our quote calculator (coming soon) to determine the cost of your invitations. Refer to this guide to help you select options such as paper, printing type, and embellishments.
Step 2 - place an Order
Once you have finalized the details with us, we will begin with a non-refundable deposit and signed contract. When you purchase the deposit, a form will be available to you to write your content.
Step 3 - proofing
You will then receive a digital proof of your invitations in 3 business days for a semi-custom suite and 5 business days for a custom suite. One round of minor revisions is included in your order, additional rounds will incur a fee. Once your proofs are approved, we will move forward to production.
Step 4 - production
You will receive an invoice from us for the remaining balance. Then, we will proceed with printing once payment is received. This stage is when your invitations are being printed, addressed, and assembled. Production takes 2-5 weeks depending on the size of your order.
Step 5 - shipment
Once completed, your order will be packed and weighed. This way we can accurately calculate the shipping cost then you will receive a shipping invoice from us. You will be notified when they have shipped along with the tracking info.
It has a soft texture and available in various colors. Suitable for all printing types.
Textured paper with natural deckle edges and is suitable for letterpress and foil printing.
Thick paper with a soft texture and is suitable for all printing types.
A bit thicker with soft texture and natural deckle edges. Suitable for letterpress and foil printing. Available in various colors.
A professional printing method that creates a flat and smooth finish.
This type of printing uses plates that create an impression onto the paper. It uses inks that produces a matte finish.
Foil press uses pressure, heat, metal dies and metallic paper that gives a subtle impression and lustrous look.
Most colors have matching paper and ink. Since papers and inks are different materials, some of it would not appear a true match although it is very close. We recommend purchasing a sample (coming soon) to see the colors in person. Colors may vary from what you see on your screen.
These are the usual paper colors that we carry. If you do not see the one that you like, please contact us for more options.
handmade paper & Envelopes
These colors below are available in 120# handmade paper & envelopes. 100# handmade paper is only available in ivory.
These are the usual envelope colors that we carry. If you do not see the one that you like, please contact us for more options.
Most ink colors are available as digital and letterpress, however please keep in mind that the paper & ink colors should have a good contrast. If you love a monochromatic look, we recommend letterpress printing.
*letterpress on cards and digital print on medium-dark envelopes only | **letterpress only
Available as foil printing only.
wax seal colors
Also available in custom colors.