When should I send out wedding invitations?

I suggest sending out wedding invitations 8-10 weeks ahead of your wedding date. Some couples like to go farther out, espeically if you're having a destination wedding. You'll want your RSVP due date about 4-6 weeks ahead of your wedding date. That way you will still have time to do last minute tasks like organizing the seating chart and ordering items contingent on your guest count.

What is the difference between full-pocket invitations and half-pocket?

The black pocket is a full-pocket. The invitation gets glued to the inside and the other pieces slide-in to the pocket on the opposite side. The white and gold invitation is a half-pocket. Nothing is glued here and everything slides in to the pocket. Half-pocket invitations tend to be a little more affordable due to less assembly.

How long does the entire wedding invitation process take?

This can vary based on assembly but typically I like to allow for 3 months to be on the safe side.

What are the steps in ordering custom wedding invitations?

1. Ideally it's best to meet in person to go over samples, paper options, envelope colors, pocket styles, etc. But, if you can't meet, I can send you samples in the mail and we can work together that way! This is my freelance job and I don't have a storefront so I meet couples at a local public place. 2. After we meet, I'll put together a quote for you. Once the quote is approved, I begin the design process. This is where I ask for all your text, detail information, etc. This could take up to a week. 3. Once I've finished designing I send over a digital mockup. Once the digital mockup is approved, half of the total is due for a deposit and I order hard-copy proofs. (Essentialy 1 complete invitation). 4. The proof gets delivered to me for assembly and I then mail to you. When you receive the proof and approve it, I finalize the order. At this time I need your guest list in Excel/Google Sheets. 5. While the invitations are being finalized I work on the envelopes with your guest list and send it to you for printing approval. 6. The invitations come to me if there's assembly involved. If there is no assembly involved, they get delivered to you. 7. Once you have all the invitations and envelopes in-hands, the remaining balance is due.

Do you have a storefront?

This is my freelance job, therefore, I don't have a storefront. I meet with brides at a local, public place during the week after 6:00pm or some Saturday's around noon.

Do you create websites?

I can design websites, but I'm not a coder. Any site that I create and make live is done via Wix.com.

How long does it take for you to create a logo?

I like to have up to 2 weeks to create a new logo.

How long have you been a designer?

I've been designing for over 10 years! I majored in Design in college and started working for an ad agency while attending school. I absolutely love what I do! To find out more, click here.