Since each project is completely custom & unique, prices vary greatly. Some factors that affect pricing include:

[ 1 ] Type of printing method
There are several ways to have your custom stationery
printed. For a more formal look and feel, letterpressed
(engraved) work will run the most expensive. For the
budget-conscious client, digital printing offers still a
crisp and colorful printing option.

[ 2 ] Total number of printed pieces needed,
colors used, sides printed and paper type

Every occasion has its own needs- for weddings,
I will often create a 5-card set with invitations, reply
cards, thank you cards, direction/map card and schedule/program. Birthday parties? Just need an
invitation & thank you cards. Birth Announcements,
just that one card to show-off your newest bundle of joy.

[ 3 ] Time it takes to create your custom design
Projects vary in the number of revisions and changes
that are made until your custom stationery is exactly
the way you envisioned it to look. Most of the time
there are only a few tweaks to the proposed design(s)
after the initial phone consultation.

Email or call to get a rough estimate for your special