Frequently Asked Questions [Bespoke Wedding Stationery]

 

How do you charge?

For all custom orders, the price comprises of a design fee and printing fee. Please contact us for an accurate quote as prices vary according to complexity of the design, quantity and size of prints.


Can I purchase a digital copy of the wedding stationery?

Yes, it’s an option!

However, I always recommend clients to entrust their printing with us. Together with the paper makers and people involved in the printing, we meticulously pick out the most suitable paper & style of printing for your design.

If you do wish to have a digital copy for e-invites or printing your invitations elsewhere, I will be able to provide a PDF or JPEG file at an additional cost. There will be a separate charge for layered working files.


When should I contact you for my bespoke stationery?

We will work together to start the process of designing your bespoke stationery as early as one year in advance, and no later than 2 months before your wedding date.

For urgent orders, do contact me and I will do my best to accommodate. Do note that urgent fees will apply.


What paper do you print on?

For digital prints, we print on your choice of Naturalis Bark, Zeta Linen or 100% Cotton paper. They range from 240gsm to 300gsm.

For letterpress & hot stamping, paper ranges from 300gsm to 350gsm.


Are envelopes included?

We provide the option for envelopes as an add-on! They are charged separately based on the quantity & type of paper chosen. Matching invitations to envelopes is an art in itself, thus we provide a full customization for envelopes too! Our envelopes are specially made with love by our paper supplier, so please take note that they take about 1-1.5 weeks to be created and delivered to us.


How many sets of invitations should I order?

I highly recommend ordering 10 to 15 invitations in addition to the quantity that you wish to order, as you may have last-minute additions to your guest list. It's better to have extra invitations ready and avoid the anxiety of waiting for a second round of prints!