Download this guide to learn more about Courtney Callahan Paper and the custom wedding invitation process. Plus, you can utilize the Wedding Paper Checklist to keep yourself organized throughout the planning process.
Step 1: Consultation
Designing your custom invitation suite will begin with a face-to-face meeting (if you live in Chicago or St. Louis) or phone call to get started on the process. At this time, I will want to know all of the details of your big day – the venue, colors, flowers – and your overall vision. I’ll show you fonts, colors and paper types and get all the pertinent information to start your design and provide you with a detailed quote.
*Due to the detailed nature of custom wedding invitations, please contact me at least 3 months before your invitation
“mailing date” to ensure on-time delivery.
Step 2: Quote
Courtney Callahan will provide you with a detailed quote based on our meeting.
Step 3: Deposit
Once the quote is approved, 50% of the total cost is due in order for Courtney Callahan to start design work. Payment may be sent via check (preferred) or Pay Pal.
Step 4: Designs
3 weeks after the deposit is received, you will receive your first round of designs and a quote for your invitation suite via PDF.
Step 4: Revisions
Via email, please provide Courtney Callahan with any edits to the designs that you would like to see and we’ll get to work refining the pieces. We’ll exchange emails or calls back and forth until the designs are perfect!
Step 5: Final Proof, Contract and Payment
Courtney Callahan will send you a final proof for you to review, sign off on and then collect the remaining 50%. Payment may be sent via check (preferred) or Pay Pal.
Step 5: Order Production
Final invitations can take between 6 to 8 weeks to be delivered depending on the complexity of the order. Invitations should be mailed to your guests 8 to 10 weeks prior to your wedding.
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