Pricing is determined by 

1. QUANTITY

2. PRINTING PROCESS

3. EMBELLISHMENTS

Below are pricing guides for the 3 printing processes I offer: Letterpress, Offset and Digital. 

{1} LETTERPRESS PRINTING: This is the most luxurious and popular form of printing today. The design is pressed into the 100% cotton paper to provide a beautiful texture and quality. Letterpress items are priced a-la-carte so that you can mix and match different pieces to fit your needs. Letterpress Pricing Guide

{2} OFFSET PRINTING: This process is professional, high-end flat printing that allows you to print on a ultra thick cover and additional specialty papers. In addition, this process allows the client to select the perfect color from the Pantone swatch book that is perfectly matched when printed. Offset items are priced as a package, which includes your invitation & envelope, response card & envelope, enclosure card and thank you card & envelope. Offset Pricing Guide

{3} DIGITAL PRINTING: This process is the most economical and offers great quality and flexibility. I send all of my digital work to a local, professional printing company that uses high-end digital presses. The pricing guide reflects printing on 100# white or natural cover, but if preferred, we can print on 120# cover for an additional fee. Digital items are priced a-la-carte so that you can mix and match different pieces to fit your needs. Digital Pricing Guide

{EMBELLISHMENTS}

 There are various embellishments you can purchase to further customize your invitation suite. Colored envelopes, Cardstock borders, envelope liners and more can add the special touch you're looking for. Download the embellishment pricing guide here.