Wedding Invitation Suites
Great design is all about the details, and details are a direct reflection of your authentic self. From bridal shower invitations, save the dates, to your custom wedding invitation suite, our goal is to create a cohesive suite of beautiful stationery that tells your love story. This full service approach includes it all–not only will your custom suite be designed to suit your personalities as a couple, but it also includes full printing and assembly services.
Why Custom Invitations?
Custom stationery does what templates simply cannot. Over the course of a few months, we’ll be working together meticulously hand selecting every last detail of your suite. Custom suites allow you to share a piece of your heart with your closest family and friends, and sets the tone for your big day like a warm embrace.
A few ways we can infuse your personality and style into your custom suite:
Share your love story with your closest friends and family – something a template or website just can’t do!
Original and custom monograms, wax seals, envelope liners, venue or pet illustrations allow you to include sentimental details in your wedding
Preserve and showcase your family traditions with family names, symbols, or other important illustrations
The fun part. The most frequently asked question. And sadly, the most difficult to answer right off the bat. To put it simply, there’s a lot that goes into your invitations. Every client is unique and so every quote will look different depending on your needs and your vision. Custom design takes time and has many moving parts, so the cost is broken out as follows:
- A design fee, which covers consultations, design, and layout.
- Production costs, which includes the method of printing, die cutting, and assembly of your suite
- Materials – paper choice and embellishments
For all these services combined, your minimum investment starts at $1500 and can range anywhere from $2000-$3000 depending on your add-ons. Budgets are important and we have them for a reason – believe me I get it. I pride myself on working within budgets in order to maximize it to get the most of what is important to you, while compromising on aspects that may not hold as much value.