Look through the Gallery and decide which collections or styles interest you.
Send me your contact details with a brief description of what your requirements are. I will then contact you to discuss this further as I provide a bespoke service to every client.
Quotation & Samples
I will also send you a price quotation based on your order specifications.
If you are happy with the quotation, I will be happy to send you digital samples, or physical samples of similar previous work (provided you are happy to mail these back to me please).
I will require a 50% upfront deposit payable via bank transfer or PayPal.
Before I go ahead with final printing, the balance 50% payment needs to be made.
I require a minimum of 4 weeks to get your order ready. While this may seem longer than other suppliers that use digital printing techniques, this is the time it takes for your invites/cardsto be individually printed using silk-screen printing techniques by our skilled printers to provide an elegant and unique effect not possible by digital printing.
Once your order is ready I will courier this to you.
If you are ordering other wedding stationery (Menus, Orders of Service, Place Cards, Thank you cards) that is required closer to your wedding day, we can also print these after delivering your wedding invitations.
|Save the date card with envelope||50 - 100||£1.50 - £3.00|
|Day/ Evening Invitation with envelope||50 - 100||£3.00 - £5.00|
|Additional Insert (Map/Directions etc.)||50 - 100||£1.50 - £2.00|
|Reply Card (Post Card Style)||50 - 100||£1.25 - £1.75|
|Reply Card (with Envelope)||50 - 100||£1.75 - £2.25|
|Menu||25 - 50||£2.00 - £3.00|
|Order of Service Cover only||100 - 200||£1.50 - £2.00|
|Order of Service Book with inserts||100 - 200||£3.00 - £4.50|
|Name/Place Card||50 - 100||£1.00 - £1.50|
|Thank You card with envelope||50 - 100||£2.00 - £3.00|
Prices are based on a number of factors : quantity ordered, paper selected and the number of inks used in printing.
To receive a more accurate quote please email us your requirements.
The Bride’s name traditionally includes her first and middle names but not her title. The Bride’s surname is not included if either or both of her parents are hosting but is often included if the Bride and Groom are hosting, if they are hosting with their families or if the Groom’s parents are hosting.
The Groom’s name traditionally includes his title, first and middle names, and surname. However if the Bride and Groom are hosting or hosting with their families then often the Groom’s title is not included.
No matter who is hosting the Bride’s name should always be written before the Groom’s.
For a formal invitation always use the full names of those hosting.
Use the host’s formal titles such as Doctor or Professor. Some couples choose to only use their first names for a less formal invitation, this can often also be suitable for an evening invitation.
Include the address of your ceremony (and reception if it is at a different venue) in full without any abbreviations. The postcode is not essential, but if you do include it just include the first part, for example London W1. Remember if your wedding is abroad also include the country!
Invitations have their own rules for punctuation and grammar. Only use capital letters for names, dates and titles. Words such as; at, on, to, and, request, invite, followed, etc should always be written without capitals. Full stops are not usually used and commas are optional but generally only used as part of addresses if necessary, or dates and times.