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When planning your event, of course, costs are going to be one of your first questions. I get asked a lot why bespoke stationery is more expensive?

I normally use the analogy of mens tailoring... for an off the peg suit from a high street store, you would expect to pay a reasonable price. But it may have to be altered to fit your shape, will be a pre-determined cut and have only 1 choice of fabric and colour.

For a suit from a bespoke tailor on Savile Row... you would have many fittings so its cut exactly to your shape. Be able to choose your preferred style, fabric & lining. And determine where and how many buttons you have. For this service you would expect to pay a lot more. And it is the same with bespoke stationery & design.

A lot of time and thought goes into the creation of my stationery. I work closely with my clients to get to know their style and personalities. Then listen to their thoughts and ideas and advise them what will look beautiful. We form a good relationship and they see me as their design advisor that they can bounce ideas with.

For more information about the process and how it works please go to the step by step process section above.

 
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All of my stationery is based on bespoke pricing as each of my clients requirements are totally different. Because of this it does require a meeting either in person by phone or Skype. Once we have chatted through the options I will then prepare a full quotation.

As an initial guide, for a simple save the date card with envelopes, prices start from £650 (for up to 80 copies, digitally printed).

For a main invitation package (including pocket or folder, x2 invites, information card, reply card, envelopes) prices start from £2,800 (for up to 80 copies). This is for digital printing, for other print processes like foiling, letterpress etc, costs would be provided separately for clarity.