How it Works

Our Process

1 | Browse

Browse through our wedding invitation suites and choose one that fits your wedding theme and personal style. We strongly recommend ordering a Sample Pack to help you decide on ink/card colors as well as paper types. You will be refunded in full amount for the sample pack once you place a stationary order with us.

2 | Quote

Once you've fallen in love with one of our invitation collections, fill out the Request a Quote form and let us know which suite you are interested in. We will reach out to you within 2 business days to gather all the wording, paper type, ink, card, and envelope colors for your order and send you a proposal based on your customizations.

3 | Design

Once we have finalized your order and received a deposit, we will begin designing your wedding invitations. Please allow us 5 business days to complete your first digital proof. We will design your first proof exactly as specified by you. 
You then have two rounds of revisions should you require changes to the wording on your design.

4 | Print

As soon as you have approved your digital proof and are 100% happy with your design, we will start printing. Please allow us 15 business days to print and pack your stationary. We will carefully quality check your invites, stuff and seal your envelopes. You will receive your invitation sets in the mail ready to be sent out to your guests.

We understand that the custom design process can be intimidating and browsing through all the different color and card stock options can be overwhelming. But no worries! This is why we are here. We have put together our pre-selected packages with our most loved color and card combinations for you below. Browse through our color stories to see if they fit your vision. If you still need more help and the colors are almost what you are looking but just not there yet, we would love to guide you. This is the part we love. We will get on a call and talk about your wedding dress, the colors, and the theme you're going for, and we will help you put a color palette together that fits the style you're envisioning.