When should I send my invitations?
Typically you send your invitations 3-4 months in advance of your wedding. If you did Save the Dates (that you send 8-12 months before the wedding), you can be safe with 2-3 months! You reply date is typically one month before your wedding.
Where are you located?
Our home studio is located in the lovely Downtown Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. We do all of our work and consultations here! We are by appointment only.
When should we start the invitation process?
It’s never too early to get started, as far as we’re concerned. Typically our turnaround time is 4-6 weeks, however, many factors can come into play when it comes to the timelines. Plus, there is no harm on checking invitations off your list early! They can be sent out whenever you’re ready.
How many invitations should I purchase?
Keep in mind when ordering your invitations that you need one invitation PER HOUSEHOLD on your gestalts, as opposed to one per guest. We say you usually need invitations for about 60% of your guestlist, because you’ll want to have a few extras for keepsakes and last minute invitees!
Do you have an order minimum?
We start at a base of 25 invitations. However, you don’t have to get invitations in any form of increment. (So if you need 34 invitations exactly, we’ll give you 34!)
Can I order my invitations in a different language?
Absolutely! We’re accommodating to whatever language(s) you need. Just note that we can not be responsible for proofreading anything that isn’t in English.
I only need RSVP cards for a few of my guests, is this possible?
We get that the internet is super convenient, and we think email/online RSVP’s are a great option for most couples! You do not have to get the same amount of RSVP cards as your invitations – the suite is totally customizable!
Do you provide other graphic design services?
100%! Our bread and butter may be wedding stationery, but we’re a full service graphic design studio. We’ve worked on a variety of projects for other entrepreneurs, personal stationery, universities, foundations and corporations.