As a wedding planner I know you want details to matter. But I’ll be the first to tell you, I REALLY want details to matter. And I love seeing them come to life. For example, does the couple want to incorporate the arches of the venue into their invitations? How about a piece on each table that not only tells their guest the entrées, but also why wanted their food sourced with local vendors? Things like this are what I live for.
This couple jumped on the dark and moody trend before any of my couples (like years before). Their black and gold invitations with dark green velvet bands were just the start of the style we incorporated into their wedding paper.
I’m not sure if I can remember a couple who adjusted more from 2020 than this couple. From a planned beach wedding, to a big Fall wedding and finally to a holiday weekend intimate wedding, Amber & Tyler’s white style wasn’t nothing short of gorgeous.
Light and airy is going no where and when a couple embraces it like this one did, you can’t help but love it. This couple was a dream to work with. Creative freedom? You’ve come to the right place.
Planners provide that extra person for collaboration and communication. Many (all) of my couples are juggling wedding planning on top of real life commitments. Wedding planners help me help my couples stay on timeline and task.
I’m usually the only wedding stationery designer at a party. So finding someone who can relate to what I do is always a breath of fresh air. Planners understand what I need for amazing stationery for a wedding, and that’s always appreciated.
I want all the menus to be straight. You want all the menus to be straight. It’s those last details I can trust wedding planners with. And you can trust me to make everything look as planned.
I design custom proposals, which means your client gets what they want for a number that fits in your budget. I love to give options and want to make something we all truly love.
Make it official with a deposit and a signed contract. From there, the journey is just beginning.
High-touch or hands-off, I have a workflow for either – and everything in between – so you know your clients’ time and interests are respected.
I pride myself on my client experience. I’ve been told more than once that I was their “favorite vendor” or “I never thought stationery would have been my favorite part.” I try to make things fun and stress free. We all need more (and less) of all of that.
I talk a lot about invitations, but I mean everything for wedding day. We’ll focus on those invites first, but when those are in the mail, I’ll turn my focus to all those wedding day details we love so much.
1) Reach out to see if I’m available
2) Provide basics about the event(s) and client
3) Make myself available for a call, if desired
4) Share a proposal tailored to the event(s)
5) Remain available for follow-ups as needed
My design fee starts at 500 with packages beginning at 950. My design fee covers design from Save the Dates through Thank You cards.
My average couple will spend around 2300 for wedding invitations.
Location is never a problem. I work with print vendors from around the country so shipping is just part of my business.
Day of items (programs, seating chart, menus, place cards, etc, etc) will coordinate with the wedding invitations. Because that’s how it should be.
A 500 deposit is due at booking. That amount goes towards the wedding invitation package. Each item (save the date, invitations, day of items) will be on a separate invoice due before we go to print.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out between now and then. I can’t wait to connect further!