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Frequently asked questions about our wedding invitations
Yes, we will send you a digital proof to check before going to the proof. If you need corrections - no problem. One round of corrections is included in the price. Additional corrections are charged at $10 per round.
If you are paying for a custom design then unlimited rounds of corrections are included in the design fee.
Once you place an order and paid the deposit, allow three working days for us to send you a proof. Assuming you are happy with the proof and no further changes are required, allow ten working days for printing and delivery from the time we receive your print payment.
Yes, you can choose any colour that you like and that is printable. To see the colour chart and read more, see this page.
No - you can order items as and when you need them. For example most people send out invites first and order table cards etc after their guests have RSVPed. If you want to add a photo to your thank you card - don't order these until after you return from your honeymoon. Even if you make multiple orders, you only pay the design fee once.
Yes - sometimes brides and grooms need an alternative version of the invite - perhaps they want to invite some guests to the reception dinner and others to just to the after-dinner dance. Or you may need a version in a different language. No problems if you do. There is no additional charges for this.
We have two different card stocks you can choose between at no extra cost. This page has all the details.
If you need an element (like an engagement party invite or an Order of Service card) not already listed in the current range - no worries. Just email us via the Contact Us page and explain what you need. We will make design what you need at no additional charge.
I'm afraid not. If you engage us to design something for you, it is on the basis that we will also do the printing. The digital proofs that we send you are lo-resolution and, while fine for checking and proofing, are watermarked and are not suitable for hi-resolution printing.