I recommend booking 1 year in advance if you’ve chosen me to make your stationery, as I can become busy, especially during Wedding season, and can only occasionally create last-minute Invitations.
Due to the time it takes to design and complete fine-art stationery, and the level of detail involved in getting to know my clients, I can only take around 6-10 couples per year depending on the level of work I’ll undertake for each. After our first call (or email, if you don’t fancy a chatting over the phone), I can arrange an initial complimentary digital design to start the process and I’ll talk you through the next steps.
Mid & High-End Invitations
The majority of work is hand-painted and crafted from scratch, making most of my work suitable for mid-to-high-end budgets. Each piece is created from start to finish alongside you through the whole wedding process, which can occasionally become a relationship we have from the time of your engagement, well past the big day – sometimes for years! Fine-art stationery requires an extraordinary amount of time, skill and attention to detail. The final result is luxurious, show-stopping, individual heirloom pieces of art. Beautiful keepsakes for your family, for generations to come.
Prices are calculated on an individual basis since everything, from the type of paper to the level of intricacy, has to be taken into account before agreeing on a final price. The variety of materials is almost limitless when it comes to fine-art invitations, so it is best to begin with an idea of how much you want to spend on your wedding invitations first.
Where to Begin
Rather than quoting for invitations that may either exceed or underwhelm what my customers expect, I recommend letting me know what you would like (and not like) to spend. To start making a budget, work out how many invitations you need (and maybe add a few spare for last-minute invitees), then come up with a total sum to spend on all of the invitations. You can also come up with an individual price for each invitation