STEP ONE: YOU INQUIRE
Your very first move should be to submit an inquiry through my Contact Form. This is where you tell me what you're looking for-- the kind of stationery (invitations, menus, programs, etc.) you need, quantities, and any other details that can be helpful in creating a proposal. Also, share your vision and details of your big day! Where are you getting married? What is the "feel" of the celebration: rustic, romantic, modern, formal, etc.?
STEP TWO: WE CHAT
I'll then reach out to you to ask questions, make suggestions, and get a better idea of your specific needs. This part is really fun; we explore the concepts, color schemes, Pinterest boards, and inspiration photos and you give me a little tour of your vision!
Once we have decided on some details (i.e. sizes, quantities, printing method), I will send a custom proposal and agreement. When this agreement is signed, a 50% deposit will be due.
STEP THREE: I SKETCH
Once the agreement is signed and deposit submitted, I will create a set of rough sketches based on our conversations. You will get an opportunity to review the sketches, and let me know what excites you and what you don't particularly like.
STEP FOUR: PROOFS, PROOFS, PROOFS
We then begin the proofing process! I will send the proof, and you will collect your and everyone you love's comments before we move on to the next proof. For invitations, we continue this until the suite is perfected. For smaller pieces, this process typically only requires two proofs, with additional proofs available for purchase.
INVITATIONS: Unlimited proofing, Proof Approval required before printing
MENUS, PROGRAMS, OTHER DAY-OF PIECES: Two proofs, with additional proofs available for $15/each
STEP FIVE: THEY PRINT & WE CELEBRATE
I will work with a professional printing company to reproduce the designs. Depending on your order, you or I will then assemble the pieces, address the envelopes, and get your suite in the mail! Or, for other items, I will ship them to your location. Pour a glass of wine, because you just kicked your to-do list's butt!