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Frequently Asked Questions

WHEN ARE YOUR STUDIO HOURS?
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I have office hours Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and this is the best time to give me a call out of the blue and ask your deepest, darkest, invitation questions. If you shoot me a message while I am out of the office, I will get back with you on my next office day!

STUDIO HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 9AM-3PM
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I HAVE A SUPER BUSY SCHEDULE, CAN WE FIND A SPECIAL TIME FOR MY CONSULT?

I totally get it, you’re busy and sometimes our schedules don’t quite line up. If you tried booking a design consult and none of the time slots fit into your busy life, no worries! Let’s find a time that works great for you and your schedule.

To set up a special time to chat, completed the form above and I will be in touch to get your special time on my calendar.

CAN I SCHEDULE A TIME FOR US TO CHAT AND GO OVER SOME OF MY QUESTIONS ON THE PHONE OR VIDEO CHAT?

Absolutely! Just select a time that works for you. 🙂

HOW FAR OUT FROM MY WEDDING SHOULD I REACH OUT?

The short answer is at least 4-6 months prior to your event.

BUT…

I always recommend reaching out when you are booking all your other vendors (florist, photographer, venue, etc.) even if it is over a year out. This extra time will make sure that we have ample time to develop a personalized stationery timeline that works for both of us.

HOW MUCH SHOULD I EXPECT TO SPEND ON MY INVITATIONS?

The short answer is at least 4-6 months prior to your event.

BUT…

This is another difficult question to answer and really depends on the items you need and any selected upgrades you choose. For more detailed information you can grab my pricing guide by entering your information below..

DO YOU HAVE QUICK SHOP DESIGNS? I NEED MY INVITATIONS QUICK!

Yes I do! You can shop my current semi-custom designs in the BBD Shop. Semi-custom designs typically ship out in 2-4 weeks, depending on material availability.