Invitations Ink


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You will see your initial design ideas about 2-3 weeks after you sign your contract and pay your retainer. If there is a waiting list you will be notified before contract signing and you will be informed when you will see initial concepts. Invitations are printed no sooner than 3 months before your event. Rush services are available.

← { How quickly will I get my invitations? }

6 months before your event is recommended. If you send out your Save the Dates any sooner you can count on your guest contacting you way before you send out your invites to see where they are. This adds to the stress that the planner is already going through when planning.

← { When should I mail my wedding Save the Dates? }

It is recommended that you mail your invitations 6-8 weeks before your event for a wedding and 1 month before for other events such as birthday parties and Quinceaneras.

← { When should I mail my Invitations? }
The answer is simple. YOU get exactly what YOU want! You get to be a part of the creative process and have a say in the embellishments, fonts and papers that we choose.
It’s easy to find invitations and other paper items that you SORT OF like but those do-it-yourself invitations never look as good as the picture. Your invitations should match your style and the style of your event. They set the tone for what’s to come and are a keepsake to treasure. An experienced custom designer can establish a look that’s exclusively yours. People will be talking once they receive your invitations!
Let’s begin the design process! It’s so much fun!

← { Why should I choose custom invitations? }
Custom means specially made for individual customers. Many of the invitations that you see online are actually pre-made designs where the vendor plops your information inside a template. This is not a truly custom design. Fonts and colors are limited.
Angela Dal Bon’s custom designs are unique to each individual couple. The look and feel of the invitation is yours and yours alone. The sky’s the limit when it comes to paper and ink options, envelopes and fonts.

← { What does the word CUSTOM mean in relation to invitations? }