A Flat printing is my standard, as they are full color and are most cost-effective for you. However, I do offer a variety of specialty printing options including letterpress, foil stamping + thermography. Once I know your budget + timing, I can make recommendations!
I FOUND AN INVITATION I LIKE FROM ANOTHER DESIGNER. CAN YOU RECREATE IT FOR ME?
A I love to see what speaks to you, but won’t copy another designer’s work. So feel free share, but know that a custom design means you get something made just for you!
WHAT IF I NEED TO CANCEL MY ORDER?
A Bummer! If you need to cancel your order for any reason, please contact me ASAP so I can review what costs have been incurred at that point. However, the design deposit is non-refundable.
DO YOU OFFER RUSH OPTIONS?
A Rush orders can be accommodated for an additional fee, based on availability.
HOW DO I KNOW YOU’LL BE ABLE TO CREATE WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR?
A It’s my job to take your vision + bring it to life on paper. But at the end of the day it’s important we are a good match, just as it is with any other wedding vendor! If you like the style you see on the site, then you should be confident that I can create something beautiful for you.
WHAT IS A TYPICAL TIMELINE FOR A CUSTOM INVITATION?
A For save the dates, you can contact me as soon as you have your date + venue! For invitations, generally I like to begin the custom process 4-8 months prior to your wedding, but once you have the details of your event it’s never too early to get started! Expect 1 to 3 weeks of design time + 2-3 weeks to print and ship. The Rosy Collection has a shorter turnaround time since the designs are already created.
I’M A BRIDE ON A BUDGET; CAN WE STILL WORK TOGETHER?
A Absolutely! The Rosy Collection is a great option for my budget-savvy couples, and you still get all the perks of my special services.
CAN YOU DO ALL MY PAPER FOR MY WEDDING?
A You betcha! My specialty is creating that paper story and carrying it through to your big day, which means invitations, day-of paper (programs, escort cards, etc.), and thank you cards. Check out my day-of paper + details page for some fun examples!
HOW MUCH IS ALL THIS CREATIVITY GOING TO COST ME?
A The starting cost for 100 suites is $725, but custom quotes are always best! Keep in mind custom invitation suites have a starting design fee of $200 and go up based on details of the project.
Custom Design Process
WHAT IS THE DESIGN PROCESS?
A Every client + every project is unique, so there is no one-size-fits-all process. However, I’ve put together a general outline below to show you how it typically goes.
Step 1: Initial Consultation
Let’s begin the conversation. Whether it’s an in-person meeting or a phone consultation, we’ll chat about your big day and what services I can offer you!
Step 2: Proposal
I’ll send you an estimate based on what we discussed. If after our consultation you decide you’d like to work with me, I ask for a $200 non-refundable deposit. This is a onetime fee that will secure a spot on Roseville Designs’ production schedule, and is applied to the final balance of your order.
Step 3: Design + Proofing
Once I receive the deposit, I will work on getting you 2-3 design options. You then choose one design and I go through 3 rounds of revisions to ensure you are 100% satisfied with the final product!
Step 4: Payment + Printing
Once the final design is approved, payment is due for the remaining balance. Orders typically ship 10-13 business days from payment, but vary based on print method and if assembly is required.
HOW MANY INVITATIONS SHOULD I ORDER?
A Usually you can count on one invitation per household (not per guest). However, you should order 10% extra to be safe. Ordering extras up front is going to be a lot less expensive than having to reprint more later.
WHAT SHOULD I KNOW BEFORE MAILING MY INVITATIONS?
A You should take a fully assembled invitation suite (invitation with any additional insert cards inside the envelope) to your local post office to determine accurate postage. Depending on the size, shape, or weight, it could be more expensive than the standard first-class.