How to order your stationery

Planning a wedding can be overwhelming, but I’m here to make sure that ordering your wedding stationery isn’t. From the first moment you get in touch, I’ll take you through each stage and you can ask me as many questions as you like. It’s a good idea to take a look at my pre-designed collections to get a feel for my design style and identify what you love. If there’s a design that grabs you, then great, we can start customising straight away, but if you want to use my pro skills to design something extra special, then bespoke wedding stationery is your best bet.

And if you’d like to feel the quality of the invitations before you commit, samples of each design in the collection can be bought from my Etsy store. Nothing beats holding them in your own hands, so I’ve made P&P free!

Photography by    Ross Dean

Photography by Ross Dean

The process

Choosing your paper goods is such an exciting part of making your wedding feel personal, setting the tone and style, and giving your guests a taster of what to expect.

Let me walk you through the steps…

1. Browse the Collections

Choose between a wedding suite from the collection or a bespoke design created just for you. Keep in mind that fonts, colours and wording adjustments are all included to achieve your individual stationery, but bespoke takes it to a whole new level with one-off design.

2. Introduce Yourself

Send an email to letting me know I’m ‘the one’ to create your perfect wedding invitations. Make sure you include which items you love the look of and all the little details about your wedding - details of info needed can be found here.

3. Nitty Gritty Details

Once I know the details of what you want to order, I’ll email you a quote, design agreement and invoice for your non-refundable deposit. When your payment lands in my account, I’ll schedule you in and the design work will begin.

4. Design & Refine


With your agreement signed and deposit paid, I get to work! Digital proofs are typically turned around in a week, and often sooner depending how many tweaks are needed. I’ll wait for your feedback before fine tuning for print.

5. Production



Once you’re totally happy with your stationery, I get ready to print! Printing generally takes 5 business days and speciality print methods can take up to 2 weeks. A final invoice will be sent when your paper goods are ready to be dispatched or collected from the studio.

6. Delivery





Once your pieces are printed, I’ll double check everything and apply any finishing touches such as tying ribbons- all for no extra charge! I’m nice like that. I’ll then safely package them up and you can either collect from the studio if you’re local or I’ll post them to you via Royal Mail. You’ll receive an email letting you know that your stationery has left the studio and it should be just 1-2 business days before you can feel the quality of your beautiful paper goods in your hands. With all the detailing done for you, all you have to do is pop them in an envelope and they’re ready!

Pricing is affected by what kind of card stock you choose, your numbers, and any special finishing. I’ll send you a fully tailored quote when you get in touch with more details, but you can find a guide to individual item costs to give you an idea of what to expect:

Still got questions about how this wedding stationery design thing works? You might find the answers over on the FAQ page. If not, drop me a line and I can help out.