THE INVITATION PROCESS


Step 1

The first step is to take a moment and browse through our pre-designed collections to determine if there is anything you and your fiance prefer.  If you can't find a design that you like ,but want us to create a brand new commissioned design , we will gladly provide this service to you as well.


Step 2

Proceed to fill out the Order Form and we will gladly take the information and put together a price estimate foryou. It takes us one to three business days in order to create an estimate which will be delivered via email in pdf format along with our policy.


Step 3

Once we've determined a design, quantities and further details, we will invoice you for a deposit in order to book Nellie & Co Paper for your invitation needs . The deposit allows us to begin design work , whether it's modifications to existing designs, or commissioned designs. Your deposit is also used for the purchase of supplies needed for your special order.


Proofing :  This step requires a lot of communication. We will need you to provide names, date , time, and all necessary wording for your invitation cards. We will include these into the design and email you a proof in actual size . We recommend that you print these out and review carefully ensuring that there are no typos, good alignment, size and legibility . Any desired changes must be communicated to us one email as clearly as possible . That is considered round one of proofing. We will work through your changes and re-submit the files for approval. You are given 2 free rounds of proofing. Further changes to your files will carry a $30 fee per round.

Step 4


By Step 5 , all cards would have been approved for printing and the balance for your order would be due in order to begin print production. Print production timelines vary depending on the amount of orders ahead of yours. That is why we recommend that you book us early enough. Typically printing takes 7-10 days . Once printed, your cards will arrive via Fed Ex or USPS. 7-10 business days post Printing.  

STEP 5