At On Three Designs, we believe that every great piece of wedding stationery starts with a blank piece of paper. Each item of your invitation suite is custom designed to fit your vision, your wedding and your union together. Read on to learn a little bit more about the design, approval and production process.
Before we dive into the details, we’ll find a time to meet each other and discuss all of your paper details. By the time you leave your initial consultation, we’ll have a few concepts narrowed down and enough information to be able to pull together a proposal for review.
Feel free to fall in love with a few different concepts. We love having the opportunity to share different concepts and ideas with our clients. With this process, you’re sure to end up with a design that you absolutely love.
Once you’ve received your proposal and contract, we’ll spend some time perfecting the proposal. You are welcome to add, remove, adjust and replace anything on the original proposal all the way up until the print date! Once we’ve adjusted your proposal to fit your budget, I ask for 50% down for your retainer. The remaining 50% won’t be due until we’ve finalized your invitations, right before we go to print.
Based on the concepts that we discussed during our initial consultation. On Three Designs will come up with 3-4 variations on the ideas that were discussed and adjusted in the proposal. Having the opportunity to see a few different concepts is what makes the custom design process a unique experience.
Once you’ve had the chance to review your initial designs, you have up to three rounds of revisions to perfect your design!
printing and assembly
At On Three Designs, we uphold the highest standards when it comes to printing and production. We’ve spent years building relationships with the most talented printers and manufacturers across the country.
Each invitation suite is assembled by hand. Each piece is inspected closely for flaws and imperfections to assure that your invitations are perfect in every way.