When should I order my Wedding Invitations?
We recommend that you place your order for wedding invitations two months before you plan to mail your invitations.  Orders can be processed in a shorter time frame as well but rush fees may apply.  Please contact us for further information.

When should I order my Party Invitations or Birth Announcements?
We recommend that you place your order for party invitations two weeks before you plan to mail them.  It might be possible to process your order in a shorter time frame (in as little as 1 or 2 business days) but please contact us to make sure.  Rush fees may apply.

Can I get an invitation sample?
Of course!  Sample invitations are $15 each (insert cards are $10) and will be fully customized to your specifications.  These samples are flat, layered invitations and will be done in your colors.  If you would like to see a sample pocket in person as well, they are $3 each.  These pocket samples are taken from our inventory, so, while all efforts will be made to do so, it may not be possible to provide the color of your choice.  If your color choice isn’t available, a color swatch will be provided in addition to the pocket.  The price of your sample order will be applied towards your order of that invitation set.

Can I get color swatch samples of paper colors?
Yes! Swatches are available for $1 each.

When is payment due for my Wedding Invitations?
A 50% deposit is due when your order is placed and the balance is due upon completion of your order and before delivery.

When is payment due for my Wedding Programs, Place Cards or other products?
For all orders requiring a quick turn around time and/or under $250, we require payment in full when your order is placed.

Do you have DIY options available?
Definitely!  Nearly all of our products would be available at a discounted price if you would like to assemble them yourself.

Do your invitations come with envelopes?
Of Course!  All of our invitations, stationery, and rsvp cards come with blank white or cream envelopes at NO additional charge.