2.] We have many card size and design options to help you build your custom wedding invitations perfectly. All of our original designs can be customized to almost any size of card.
3.] Next, order a sample if you wish. This way you get to see a tangible stationery sample in hand before you order your personalized invitations. If you want a specific design sample, let us know. We will create an order link for you. If you do not want a sample and already know our quality, jump to number 3.
4.] Order online in our shop using the “ADD TO CART” button and links, or Contact us with the quantity and stationery you want. We will give you a quote via email for approval then create an order link for you to purchase from.
5.] After you order, send us the details:
– Wedding couple’s name
– Wedding date
– Venue and state
– Return address for envelope back flap
– Other wording and details (if you need help with wording see our ideas on the blog)
– Later, after you approve to print you can email Guest Addresses in one email, no attached files, no spreadsheets
6.] Proofs are created after you place your order with us. A design proof preview for our stocked art is created for you in about 1 business day after you order. Three complimentary proof sets are included with your order. Each proof after the 3 free proofs, cost $15.00 each. Your final approval is needed before printing. Custom made-from-scratch art and designs can take longer about 3 weeks for art creation. Give Michelle your “in hands” date and she will let you know if she can work with you.
7.] Printing takes 7-10 business days after you approve your design proof. We then ship your order via FedEX ground from our studio in Ohio. Shipping can take about 1-5 business days depending on your location.
8.] Take one envelope filled just like you will mail it to your local USPS postmaster for the current postage rate for your wedding invitations. Buy your stamps apply them to the envelopes. Then mail your invites out.
9.] Sealing envelopes. I always use a Tape Runner with Adhesive like this one:
http://www.amazon.com/Xyron-3301-12-32-Runner-Forty-Adhesive/dp/B004QM94KU For all of my own envelopes. You never want to use just a seal because the corners of an envelope if not sealed can get damaged. Use the adhesive from the gumming edge to edge then press for a seal envelope shut.
It works great! No licking tons of envelopes or over wetting edges with a sponge.
10.] Get ready for your guests to contact you in delight!! Sit back and watch the RSVPs roll in!
Read all FAQ. Contact us with any questions.