How much do these cards cost?
Invitations are priced according to embellishments used and work involved. On average a Day Invitation would be between £1- £5. Reduction of detail can be introduced for additional stationery to co-ordinate with the theme of your Wedding, therefore helping lessen overall cost. Just ask for a quote when forwarding an enquiry to give you a guide.
How long does it take from ordering to delivery?
Most orders take approx. 14 days but this depends on the quantity of cards ordered and the embellishments required for the wedding cards. Large and elaborate hand crafted orders may take up to 40 days.
How do I place an order?
Just fill in the enquiry form for your hand made Wedding Stationery, we will design a sample card with a quote. To confirm your order, we require a £10 deposit.
How do I pay?
We take payment by cash, cheque, bank transfer or PayPal. A small deposit is required when you place your order with the final payment on delivery of your cards.
Is there a minimum order?
No minimum order for your Wedding Stationery.
If I run out of Wedding invitations, can I get extras?
Yes we can make extra cards or stationery as required.
Do you print the wording inside cards?
Yes we can print your inserts and this is included in the price. Handwritten Calligraphy of names is available on request.
Do you supply envelopes?
Yes we can supply suitable envelopes for sending your Wedding Stationery these are included in the price.
What weight of card is used in this Wedding Stationery?
Most of our cards are 270gsm up to 350gsm but certain card types may vary.
Do I have to order all my Stationery at the same time?
No you can order some items and then add extra items of Wedding stationery as needed. Just tell us the types of cards and quantities you require.
I live in Wales, can I order stationery from you?
Yes we are happy to liase with you by phone, letter and email wherever you live, and send your finished cards to your address.
Can I cancel my order?
If you have to cancel your order, for what ever reason, you would lose your deposit.