Q. How do I order greetings cards?

A. You can order your greetings cards from our shop.

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Q. How do I order wedding invitations I’ve seen in your shop?

A. Simply contact us with the design you have seen along with the wording you require and the number of invites you need. We’ll get back to you with a proof and confirmation of costs for your invites.

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Q. What are the paper do you use for your cards?

A. All our stationery and greetings cards are printed on high quality smooth white 300gsm cardstock.

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Q. Can I order a sample invitation?

A. We understand what you see on screen is different to a printed card so we are happy to send samples of our invitations out. We ask for a payment of £1 before a sample can be sent. You can fill in our online form to request a sample.

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Q. What size are your wedding invitations?

A. Sizing for our invitations can be found on the details page on our shop. If you require a different size or style please contact us and we will work with you to develop your invitations.

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Q. What are your delivery charges?

A. For our greetings cards we charge £1 for up to nine cards, £2.80 for ten to thirty cards and £7.50 for more than thirty cards. At checkout you can see the delivery charges, you will also have an express option. Standard delivery is sent using second class Royal Mail and express using first class Royal Mail.

For all our wedding stationery we charge £5.50 delivery per order and our delivery requires a signature.

We currently only off delivery to UK mainland.

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Q. What if I’ve seen a design I like but would like to make a few changes?

A. Our wedding invitation costs include the option to personalise them with your wording, different font and a colour change (we will let you know what parts we can change colour on, some are more complex to do).

If you would like more changes than that, or are looking for something a bit different contact us an we’ll work with you to design your invitations.

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