Order Process

Generally the custom invitation design process begins 4-6 months prior to your event date.  Below is an outline of what to expect for our custom design process.

Contact Us: To place any stationery order start by requesting a quote or for local clients, you can schedule a consultation.

Proposal and Deposit: After I have received your information I will prepare a proposal for you with all the details, including pricing, terms and conditions, and schedule.  If it is agreeable and you would like to continue with an order ACCEPT the proposal and submit the design deposit using the link on the pricing & payment section.

Submit Order: After you have accepted the proposal and submitted the deposit I will contact you to with information on how to submit your wording and design preferences if you have not done so already.  If you have had a consultation with me then this will have already been completed.

Proofing: I will start designing within 2 business days of the submit order by date outlined on your proposal.  At this time I will send you PDF proofs to review and you may send me any corrections needed.

Mock Sample: Mock samples will be mailed to you to review about 10 days after your final revisions have been made on the PDF Proofs.

Approval: Once you have made any last and final changes to your order, please submit your final count and final approval by completing the approval form.  Once the final approval has been given you will not be able to make changes to your order without incurring additional fees and/or possibly delaying your order. When this form is received Kreative will be in touch with the link to submit for the final balance.  Approval and final balance must be submitted no later than the date stated on your proposal in order to avoid any rush order fees and/or shipping delays.

Print, Assemble & Ship: Sit back and relax, the rest of it is up to us!  Once your order is completed Kreative will arrange delivery with local clients or will ship via USPS Priority Mail with delivery confirmation to clients that are not local.

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