We try to work within almost every budget, and we can find our custom invitations comparable to many online sources, when you compare the elements to each other.
Download our packages for starting prices and to get an idea of where your desired ensemble will fall.
Once we’ve discussed the details and chosen your styles we will provide you with a pricing estimate. Usually, we’ll have a good handle on the elements and give you pricing immediately at our initial consultation meeting. If there is a desire for a process that is more specialized, we may have to send a quote to you within a few days.
We normally have a 50 piece minimum for our Wedding Invitation Ensembles and we go by groups of 5. While there is no actual minimum order, we do require a minimum investment of $500 to secure a date on our production calendar.
Some of the variables that will affect your investment are the type of invitation ordered, what kind of printing process you select and what materials have been chosen to incorporate into the finished piece.

  • Types of invitations available

    • Flat Panel Cards

    • Folded Cards

    • Gate Folding Invitations

    • Pocket Folder Invitations

    • Band Wrapped

    • Bookboard

    • Custom Shaped or Laser Cut

    • Luxury Fabric Boxes


  • Materials

    • Acrylic / Plexiglass

    • Metal

    • Fabric

    • Cardstock

    • Paper

    • Wood

    • Glass


  • Processes (and definitions)

    • Digital (a high resolution toner based print. Usually best for complicated designs in several colors)

    • Thermography (raised printing that emulates the more expensive and luxurious Engraving process)

    • Letterpress (a plate is created , inked, and pressed into cotton fiber cardstocks; best for single color bold designs.)

    • Foil Stamping (similar to letterpress, but using a heat transfer process to place shiny foil on any type cardstock)

    • Engraving (two plates are created, inked and then paper is sandwiched between to impart a raised elegant design)

    • Embossing or Debossing

    • Lithography

    • Hand Painting

    • Laser Cutting