Semi-Custom Wedding Stationery

The Process

To get started, simply purchase your favorite semi-custom invitations in the quantity you need! Shortly after your purchase you will receive an email asking you for your details.

Next, it’s time for you to choose the wording and details you would like on your wedding invitations. Within the email you receive, there will be the option for you to fill out your details! you want to make sure to be as specific as possible when filling out the questions. 

In this email you can also let me know what upgrades or additional cards you want in your suite, as well as remaining details or signage needed for your big day. Some invitation upgrades include adding a separate RSVP card, details cards, wax seals, vellum, envelope liners or colored envelopes. Day of details include but are not limited to programs, menus, welcome signage, thank you cards, etc. 

Once the details form is complete I will provide you with a quote and you can decide whether or not to move forward with the finishing touches and upgrades.

Once your initial purchase and details are received, the personalization work begins! I will provide your first proof 3-4 business days after your details are received. From there, you will have 2 additional proofs to tweak things such as the wording, punctuation, etc. If you need additional proofs, you can purchase them for $20 each which will be added to your final bill. A new proof will be sent to you 3-4 business  days after you submit your changes!

Once your design is finalized, it’s time to print. (Woohoo!) At this point you will make your final payment if you have a remaining balance from adding upgrades or finishing touches. The turnaround time for printing is 9-10 business days. Additional time may be needed if your suite has additional finishing touches.

If you’re in Omaha, Nebraska or a surrounding area you have the option of picking up from me directly, and your paid shipping fee will be refunded! I am also able to ship your wedding stationery to you as shipping should already be charged.