There is a lot of information on these sheets so I usually tell people it’s best to start with which pieces you’re looking to order, see what works for your budget, then see what extras (if any) you’d like to add.
The cards are screen printed in layers so the price is dependent on the number of layers and colors. Each over-lapping color gets its own layer and each layer uses one screen. Also, the invitations themselves and other larger pieces usually require more than one screen due to their size (regardless of color layout). The pricesheet will give you a good idea of the prices and we can see what works for your budget. This means that we can also work backwards – pick a price first and design to meet it. A final price won’t be determined until a design is finalized.
To give you an idea of the process, if you decide that the price range looks good and you’d like to move forward, let me know what style, theme, or colors you have in mind for your wedding. Any photos of examples you like are always a great place to start. Also, please let me know what pieces of the set you decide on. I’ll use all that information to design 3-4 proofs (with coordinating prices) for you to review. I also want to give you a heads up and let you know that a $50 deposit is required before I can send the proofs, but that will come off the final price. From there, well see what you like and what you dont like and start make revisions until we have a final design…and then production can begin!
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask.