Frequently Asked Questions
“I’ve already set the wedding date, when should I take care of the stationery?”
we would advice to send invites out between 3 and 6 months before the wedding or sooner if on a bank holiday and well in advance if the wedding is abroad.
We normally advise our clients to get in touch with us 4 to 6 months before the date when they are planning to start sending their invites out just to make sure we have space for you. So say you want to send your invites out in April, you should drop us a line about sometime in October. That way you will guarantee your booking, We do book up quite fast!
“Your ready-made designs are awesome, but I really want an invite featuring “Mighty Dave” my faithful pet hamster…”
No problem, we can create an entirely original bespoke design for you! This service has a one-off fee of £120 (£150 for Love Story), which will be added to the price of the stationery.
“I absolutely love it, but can you make it in blue?”
These ready-made designs can be personalised with your own choice of words and colours. These adaptations are free of charge. We can make design adaptations but this would be quoted upon request.
“Ok, I already know what I want, now how do I place the order?”
Great, we can’t wait to book you in! Now that you are ready to order we can put together a quote, to do that we’ll need to know:
a) The date of your wedding and when you want to have your invites ready;
b) If you’re going for a bespoke or an off-the-peg design;
c) Quantities (how many day and evening invites, how many save the dates, how many order of service booklets, table plan etc);
d) What kind of invite you prefer (for example, postcard or ticket style, folded, or folded with a pocket… you can find our full price and products list here). You will receive a quote and once we receive the 50% non-refundable deposit you are booked with us!
“Can I have a sneak peek before you print the lot?”
Sure! Once we agree on a design and we receive your double-checked, misspell-free wording, we’ll send you a digital .pdf format proof before we go to print.