how we work

the process

a step by step guide

step one  ∙  inspo

take a look through our semi-custom designs or our instagram account at our previous works for some inspiration, or contact us to purchase a sample pack.

once you have fallen in love with an aesthetic, its time to get in touch.

step two ∙ contact + quote

please contact us via our enquiry form to begin the quoting process. once the quote is accepted by you, a deposit payment (usually 30%) is then required to secure a place in our schedule and begin the design stage.

following payment, please send us your preferred wording in order to commence.

step three  ∙  design + proofing

we work closely with you throughout the design stage, with digital mock-ups of your design emailed to you to review and advise of any changes. as part of our fee you will receive 3 rounds of revisions. any extra rounds of changes may incur an extra fee.

design timing is dependent on many factors, including complexity of the design, the number of changes required, the time of year and response time by both parties. we endevour to give you timing estimates throughout the entire process.

step four  ∙  final payment + printing

once you are happy with your proofs, an approval form is emailed to you to sign off on. payment of your remaining balance is then required to send your invitations to print. 

estimated printing times:

∙ digital and white ink print 6 business days + shipping
∙ letterpress or foil print 15 business days + shipping

please allow an extra day for any die-cutting in production. timings indicated above do not include the design stage.

step five  ∙  delivery

once your order has been printed, it will be checked, packaged carefully and posted to you. pick-up in adelaide can be arranged.

estimated delivery timeframes within Australia

∙ standard parcel post 3 to 5 business days
∙ express post 1 to 2 business days

as soon as your order has been shipped, you will be emailed a tracking number.

please note that signage cannot be shipped, and must be picked up from adelaide.

photography above by Dan Evans