Wedding invitations should be mailed 6–8 weeks before your wedding, and 4–6 weeks is needed for design and production. So, ideally you should be ordering your invitations no less than 3 months before your wedding.
Save the dates should be mailed 6–8 months before your wedding, so order those no later than 7 months before the big day.
MDco. semi-custom clients spend around $800–$1,100 for (200) 3-piece suites while custom clients spend around $1,000-$1,500. Pricing can vary depending on how many add-ons you’re interested in (such as belly bands, envelope liners, wax seals, vintage stamps and/or save the dates or day-of stationery). The average MDco. bride orders 220 sets of wedding invitations and invests $2,000 in their wedding stationery.
First you must decide if semi-custom or custom invitations are the route for you. I have designed a diverse collection of semi-custom designs to fit a variety of styles. Each collection may have elements added or taken away, along with text and color revisions to fit the feel of your wedding day.
Love the Whitney invitation, but want the watercolor florals to match your fall burgundy and navy color scheme? No problem! Let’s work together to design an invitation that fits your needs. If you feel that none of the collection designs are quite what you’re looking for, I can design a custom suite just for you. I only take on 3 custom clients per month, and will need to add an additional 6–8 weeks onto our timeline—so reach out early to get on my calendar!
Once your order comes through, I immediately begin designing. You can expect to receive digital proofs to the email address you provided within 7 business days of placing your order. You are allowed 3 free rounds of revisions and I’ll continue sending digital proofs along the way.