Confirm the cost for your design.
1 Side $100
2 Side $150
Choose the types of invitations / postcard that you will need.
1. Wedding invitations: These are typically formal invitations used to invite guests to a wedding ceremony and reception.
2. Party invitations: These can be used for a variety of events, such as birthday parties, anniversary celebrations, and other social gatherings.
3. Corporate invitations: These are typically used for business events, such as conferences, seminars, and product launches.
4. Graduation invitations: These are used to invite friends and family to graduation ceremonies, such as high school or college graduation.
5. Baby shower invitations: These are used to invite friends and family to a baby shower, a party to celebrate the expectant mother and her new arrival.
6. Religious invitations: These are used to invite guests to religious ceremonies, such as baptisms, bar mitzvahs, and confirmations.
7. Fundraising invitations: These are used to invite people to a fundraising event, such as a charity gala or silent auction.
8. Rehearsal dinner invitations: These are used to invite guests to a rehearsal dinner, a pre-wedding meal for the wedding party and close family members.
9. Dinner invitations: These are used to invite guests to a dinner party, either at a restaurant or in someone's home.
10. Electronic invitations: These are digital invitations sent via email or online platforms, such as Instagram or Facebook Post.
11. Save the Date: These serve as a polite reminder to guests to keep the date free and to plan ahead for travel and accommodation if necessary.
What font styles are you drawn to?
1. Serif: A font that has small lines or strokes at the ends of the letters, such as Times New Roman and Georgia.
2. Sans-Serif: A font without serifs, such as Arial and Verdana.
3. Display: A font designed for use in headlines, titles, and other short text elements, such as Rockwell and Lobster.
4. Script: A font that resembles handwriting, such as Brush Script and Calligrapher.
5. Monospace: A font in which all characters have the same width, such as Courier and Monofonto.
6. Decorative: A font that is designed primarily for ornamental purposes, such as Papyrus and Comic Sans.
7. Modern: A font that has a clean, geometric design, such as Futura and Avant Garde.
8. Slab Serif: A font that has large, block-like serifs, such as Clarendon and Rockwell.
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