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  • How do your digital invitations work?
    My invitation listings are for digital files which I customize for you - all you have to do is provide me with the wedding details and then order, print at home or email as many copies as you need with the files I send. After editing the design with your information, I send a jpeg proof of the invitation set to the e-mail associated with your checkout profile (unless requested otherwise). Once the proofs have been reviewed and approved, the high resolution, print ready PDFs will be e-mailed and you are all set.
  • How long is your digital wedding invitation turnaround?
    I generally try to get all invitation proofs sent within 1-2 business days and any alterations are completed as soon as possible. Unless there are many revisions or customization required, transactions are generally completed within a week at most.
  • Do you do custom wedding invitations?
    Yes! Feel free to review my custom wedding invitation page here
  • Do you take commissions?
    Yes, I am taking commissions at this time. You can review my custom work page here.
  • Do you sell digital files of your prints / or editable .psd files of your invitations?
    Unfortunately, I am not quite comfortable selling digital files of my work since there is no satisfactory way to protect the images from being reused/resold in another capacity. Many of my colleagues have had their work stolen and resold on other is upsetting and sometimes impossible to have removed.
  • Can I alter features on your comic book Save the Date?
    Yes, in most cases I can alter additional specific features to your character (such as hair style, glasses) free of charge! As always, eye, skin and hair color changes are included. However, some of the more extensive changes (such as specific dress/tux style, ring illustration, etc) may be subject to additional fees, depending on the extent of the changes.
  • Can your invitations be revised for something else?
    I can definitely add/change/alter any of the wording on my wedding invitations! I have also repurposed wedding invites into birthday/bridal shower/party invites. Just let me know what you'd like them to say and I'll be happy to set that up.
  • Printing Information
    All my invitations measure 5x7 inches (A7) envelopes. RSVP and Thank you card sizes are posted in the listing descriptions. Here are some helpful online printing resources I know of (however, by no means the only ones out there) Printing Services: mpix MOO (new customers referral discount) PSPrint Shutterfly Nations Photo Lab Smartpress StationaryHQ GotPrint (min 100) Kinko's/CVS/Staples, etc- as well as local independent printers. For sending invitations digitally Paperless Post Greenvelope Envelopes: Paper Presentation Paper-Source Printing at home Printing at home is definitely a personal choice and absolutely up to you! Oftentimes, home printing is cheaper, but will take more of your time. I think it mostly depends on how comfortable you are with your printer (setting up paper size/borderless options, color quality, etc) and how much time you can spend. If you are doing a lot of other DIY aspects for the wedding, it could be stressful, especially if you have a lot of guests. However, you also have more control over the print results! This website is pretty useful for advice on home printing and setting up your paper: If you have an inkjet printer, my main advice is ordering paper that is primed for inkjet photo printing--that way the print quality comes out sharp and bright. Also, it helps if your printer can do custom paper sizes (like 5x7/A7 which is this invite size) so you do not have to cut out the invitations. Once you get your file, you can definitely do a test print at home on some regular paper to see if you like the look in the first place, then decide if you want to order invite paper or just go with an online printer. Paper resources: *For DIY printing, I prefer to use inkjet ready paper in a bright white finish to ensure the best printing quality. Here are some Paper suppliers that offer photo-ready paper Red River Paper and Printing Tips Desktop Publishing Moab Do you offer printing? I can definitely print wedding invitations. My rates for printing are $3 per invitation (this would include the design fee and digital file if you are ordering more than 25). My studio is set up for fine art printing, so my rates might be a little different than some of the larger online retailers.
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