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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you sell plain paper and envelopes?

Yes, we currently sell blank envelopes, cards, pockets, jackets and liners in our shop.

What is your turn around time for semi-custom or custom invitations?

Please allow design and production times between 2-3 weeks for semi-custom designs. For custom design projects, 2-4 weeks depending on complexity and quantities of stationery needed. 10-14 days processing once all print files are finalized and approved. We try our best to accommodate rush orders, please contact us before placing an order in our shop.

Can I buy your designs and print elsewhere?

In order to preserve the integrity of our designs, we currently do not offer digital files of our designs. We do however sell our papers
for at-home printing.

Do you design day-of stationery?

Yes, we design and print stationery for menus, table numbers cards, labels, place cards and more. 

Do you accommodate international orders?

Yes, we ship our invitations and stationery worldwide. Please contact us to place your order and estimate shipping.

Can you rush ship orders?​

We do our best to accommodate rush orders. Whether we can is evaluated on a case by case basis. Please contact us BEFORE placing an order on our website so we can make sure we can accommodate you.

Do you offer full custom design and artwork?

​For full custom design projects, please fill out our custom design form or contact us directly to get started or if you have any inquiries.  

General Questions

What are Semi-Custom invitations?

Semi-custom invitations and stationery are predesigned so that you can personalize by choosing your envelope color, lettering style, artwork graphic (if applicable) and print color. Minor variations to layout are accommodated. Generally, the artwork and layout remain the same.


When should I mail out my save the dates and invitations?​

Industry standard recommends mailing your Save the Dates 6 to 8 months prior to your wedding. For wedding invitations, it is recommended anywhere from 6 to 8 weeks prior for local weddings and 8 to 10 weeks for destination.


How many should I order?​

We recommend one per household. 
Be sure to have 10 to 15 extra invitations for last minute changes to your guest list.


Can I see samples in person before ordering?​

Absolutely! We have several different ways to get you a sample. If you just want to see full samples from our semi-custom designs, you can purchase our wedding sample pack. You can also purchase our design guide booklet to see our in-house envelope colors and card stock samples.

Individual full-piece samples or paper swatches are also available for specific colors and sizes, please contact us to inquire on getting samples.

Specialty print samples are subject to availability. 

How much postage do I need for my invitations? 

Typically a 2 oz stamp from the post office should cover most 5" x 7" envelopes (including having a wax seal inside) but to be sure, 
we always recommend bringing your envelopes to the post office when mailing or prior to mailing if using vintage stamps.

We recommend using wax seals inside the envelopes to prevent damage when mailing. Even when you ask the post office to "hand stamp"
your invitations, you just want to be sure that they are handled safety.

We offer printed samples of our invitation suites either in our pre-designed versions or a personalized suite with your invitation deposit.



Assembly and Care


If purchasing our pockets, be sure to pair with a A7.5 5.5" x7.5" envelope to accommodate the extra room. Our Pockets are a 5.125"x7.125" size and fit a A7 5" x 7" invitation card.


When mailing your envelopes, we always recommend taking at least one of your sealed envelopes to the post office to calculate

the correct postage needed. Extra heavy or rigid envelopes will require additional postage and possible a non-machinable stamp (also known as hand stamped).



If purchasing our liners unassembled, we recommend using double-sided tape when adhering to the envelope inner flap.

To adhere the liners, place a line of double sided tape on the TOP of the liner ONLY (do not tape the bottom). This way, you can more easily place and position your liners for placement. 

Once you attach your liners, we recommend using a ruler or cardstock paper to line up with the crease of the envelope, then fold for a cleaner crease. If you fold your liners without doing this you will have crinkled paper within your creaase.

To seal your envelopes with liners, we recommend using a sealant that will not damage or overly wet the liner. We recommend double-sided tape, Elmers permanent glue stick or scrapbook glue.

For more tips and help with assembly, please contact us at



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