For any questions regarding web design or our custom branding experienc please feel free to email us at email@example.com or send us a message via our contact form.
How do I place an order?
Give us a call and we will get started. (346.298.1299) or send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
When should I start designing my stationery?
Now! We encourage you to start as soon as possible on your wedding or event stationery. Generally our custom
wedding invitation designs take 2-4 weeks to design and a minimum of 2 weeks for printing and assembly depending on complexity of your chosen design. Simpler party invitations take approximately 2 weeks to design and print. When thinking about timing, consider your mail date and RSVP date in relation to your event date.
How much does it cost?
Because all of our work is custom, our pricing is also custom and is handled on an individual basis.
Our custom wedding invitation packages (invitation, envelope, reply card, reply envelope/postcard, and information insert) start at $7.00 each invite suite for flat printing and (based on an order of 100 invitation packages).
Party invitations, Save-the-date cards, birth announcements, and other event stationery start at $4.00 each invite suite for a quantity of 50.
Do you offer custom invitations as well as templated styles? Is there a fee if I want to order a sample of either an existing invitation style or a custom design?
Yes, of course. We Specialize in custom design but are also happy to coordinate templated designs with options available from Carlsoncraft, Envelopments, and Do It More with Options.
If I choose a custom invitation, what are my options for color, paper type, ink and fonts? What is the word limit for the text?
We have a vast array of options to choose from, all of which will be discussed during your consultation with me.
Do you offer a package or a discounted price if I order all of the invitation components at the same time?
For a complete list of our most popular pricing options please email email@example.com
Based on the paper I select and the number of pieces involved, what would it cost to mail my invitation?
An estimated postage can be provided after initial design has been completed and selections have been finalized. NOTE: If you use a non-standard sized envelope, postage may be more expensive.
Do you have a collection I can order from?
Not yet, but we’re working on it. We’ll be sure to let you know when it’s ready!
Can you recreate a design I found on the internet?
No. We love to see things that inspire you, but we do not copy other artists’/companies' designs.
What if there is an error on the final printed invite?
We require final approval from you before printing, therefore it's your responsibility to proofread the invitation
for mistakes. Black Paper Creative is not responsible for content, text or grammatical errors that were approved on
the final proof. It will cost a minimum of $350 to reprint. If your reprint requires a reorder of paper or envelopes, please allow time for shipping (this amount does not include rush shipping of paper or envelopes).
What forms of payment to you accept and what is the payment policy?
Invoices are emailed via your personal client portal and all major credit cards and cash(accepted locally only) are accepted
Do you have a store I can visit?
No, we work from our studio in Houston, TX. We meet local clients by appointment and all other clients by phone call, Google Hangouts, or Skype.
Can you print my guests’ addresses onto the invitation envelopes?
Yes, we can incorporate the typefaces used in your invitation on the address; we can include it in your estimate.
Can Black Paper Creative, design other paper goods for my wedding or party?
Yes! We love to incorporate invitation design details into any element of your celebration; such as programs,
menus, favors, table numbers, escort cards or place cards, signage, thank you notes, weekend itineraries,
welcome bag items...you name it!
What kind of printing do you offer?
While most of our projects are digitally printed, we can offer any kind of printing or finishing, such as embossing, foil, special dies, you name it. Gia works one-on-one with local printers and checks all jobs on press (she’s kind of a perfectionist, well...not kind of). We’ll talk about your printing/finishing preference and include it in your estimate.