FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When should I order my invitations?
The best time to send out your invitations is around 4 months prior to your big day. This allows for your RSVP's to be back in plenty of time for your caterer/venue. I would suggest contacting me around 6 months in advance to place your order. If you are wanting to send out save the date cards this can be done around 12 months before hand. Further information on this can be found on my wedding timeline.
Will my wedding invitations be unique?
The simple answer is yes. Each set of invitations is designed working closely with the couple to ensure that the themes, colour schemes or interests are reflected in the invitations.
Can my other items match?
Once a design has been created for your invitations, this can be used across your other items from order of service, table plans to table place names, table numbers and menu cards and even your thank you cards.
Are envelopes included?
White envelopes are included in all the Wedding Invitation and RSVP prices. If you would prefer a coloured envelopes there is an additional charge from 35p each depending on colour/effect. This will be discussed within your quote.
What will the finish be like?
All printed items are available on the most luxurious 350gsm thick silk card stock, hammered, linen or contour textured 350gsm card stock. Papercut invitations are cut from pearlescent card stock with inserts printed on 160gsm silk stock.
How long will it take?
I usually work on a two to three week turn around time for most orders, although if I am able to start sooner or the lead time is slightly longer I will let you know before work commences.
Is there a minimum order?
You can order as many or as few as you require, the price list is there to help most requirements but if you do not see the quantity that you need please contact me to arrange a personalised quote. The only minimum order is for the acrylic invitations which is x25 invites.
Do I need to order all my items at once?
You can order your stationery in separate orders or in one go, postage will be reflected for each set of items sent out and due to their size or weight may vary this will be stated in your quote.
How does payment work?
Payment is made in full or by £50 booking fee, before any work has begun, this is specified in my terms and conditions. Payment is made by means of a PayPal invoice or BACS transfer. PayPal can be used without an account, simply check out as a guest.
How much is postage?
Postage will wholly depend on weight and if using Royal Mail or by my preferred courier. This can be to your home address, work address or to a family member who will be in to sign for the parcel. This price will be given to you within your quote. If you are local collection can be arranged to save on postage costs.
What do you need from me?
All wording must be submitted by means of a typed format, such as word document or email and spell checked prior to sending. For full details please read the terms and conditions. Information for the invitation should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can we meet up in person?
Of course, I am based in Glenrothes, Fife and happy to meet within the local areas for you to look through my portfolio, have a hot drink or refreshment and discuss your ideas in full. I am often at wedding fairs also where you can pop along and meet me and see my range also. I post these on the home page of the website, so you can see which would be more suitable for you to attend.
What happens next?
Once we have fully discussed what it is you require for your invitations and quote agreed upon and lead time suits your need, the invoice for payment will be made. I will then work on some designs and send you a proof. Proofs can be amended and will not be sent to print until you have signed off on them. They will then be posted to myself to check over and then sent on to you or be ready for collection.