For bridal clients, the process begins with an initial consultation by phone or in person to discuss the stylistic elements of your wedding and desired stationery pieces. Anything you can bring to the table is helpful. I’d love to see your floral arrangements. Your wedding dress. Your table linens. You get the picture.
Once we have come up with a few concrete ideas for your stationery, I will draw up an estimate for you to review. This will usually take 3-5 business days, but may vary depending on the complexity of the design requested.
Should you agree to the project details listed in your estimate, I will require a 50% non-refundable deposit and a signed contract. I accept checks or credit card payments via PayPal. The design process begins once these criteria are met.
You will be presented with 3-5 design concepts for review, and you can provide any feedback/changes/additions at this time. When the design is finalized, you will be required to sign a proof approval form and artwork will be sent to the printer. Once you have approved your artwork, I cannot be held responsible for any changes or mistakes. So take your time and review all proofs carefully, please.
Turnaround times will vary depending on the complexity of your project. Generally speaking, you can expect to receive your order in 2-8 weeks from the time you sign your proof approval form.
Business clients can expect a similar process. The only real difference will be that our initial consultation will focus mainly on your goals, audience, competition and branding. Logo clients will receive a branding questionnaire to get the ball rolling, and give me some insights as to where you are and where you’d like to be.
Once you have sent me your signed contract and 50% non-refundable deposit, I will get started with the necessary research, sketching and brainstorming. You can usually expect to see concepts for review in about a week.
I hate to settle, and would never expect my clients to feel they had to settle either. I will work with each client to ensure satisfaction. Let’s get it right the first time, shall we?
Any questions? Just shoot me an email and we’ll get this party started.