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because love is worth celebrating

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custom Wedding Stationery

Why paper matters

The thing is, paper doesn’t matter so much. People do. Creating custom stationery is a tangible way to celebrate your relationship and to invite the people who mean the most to share in that with you. It requires thoughtfulness and digging a little deeper.

The couples I get to work with value such intention. If thinking about your wedding like this excites you, me too! I’m here to help you put onto paper a little piece of this season - to craft something that your people say “it’s just so them” and they can’t wait to be there and celebrate with you.

 
 
 
 
 

 
 

what to expect

a look into the process

01. inquiry + quote

The first step is to fill out my Inquiry Form. This gives me some logistics as well as a glimpse into your wedding day vision. I’ll write up a personalized quote tailored to your specific needs and design a “mood board” for you. This helps me make sure we’re on the same page for how you want your wedding to feel so I can design into that dream.

02. booking + LANGUAGE

If you think we’re a good fit (yay!) and decide to book, I’ll send over a contract and invoice. I collect a deposit of half upfront and your spot is secured! The remainder will be due the week of delivery. I’ll then collect all the language and information needed to put your suite together.

04. assembly + delivery

If you opt for assembly to be done by me, I’ll package all the pieces together, snap some sneak peaks and ship them off to you! As your wedding date gets closer, we can add day-of pieces like menus, programs, place cards,etc. if needed. In the meantime... we celebrate!!

03. design + print

Next, I'll begin crafting your custom design. Once I have an initial design for your review, I’ll send proofs your way. You look it over and send back feedback (and hopefully happy squeals). We can refine and tweak as needed until you love it completely! Once approved — off to print we go!

 
 
 
 
 

Custom DESIGNS


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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