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RATES & ORDERING
Rates are for calligraphy services only. Paper to be supplied by client.
Outer Envelope $3.00 / $3.25 for opaque or lined envelopes Inner and Outer Envelope Set $4.00 / $4.25 for opaque or lined envelopes Return address $2.00 / $2.25 for opaque or lined envelopes RSVP Envelope $2.50 / $2.75 for opaque or lined envelopes Custom Ink Color - white / metallic / color matching $20 flat fee (additional fee after 250 envelopes) Place Cards (Name only) $1.50 Escort Cards (Name and Table number) $1.75 add $0.25 per additional name Table Numbers starting at $3.00 Additional signage starting at $5.00 Invitation Design starting at $100 Monogram Design starting at $30.00 Stuff, Stamp, Mail Service $0.50 per invitation (postage not included) Calligraphy Address Stamp $40.00 Custom artwork Please Inquire *10% extra envelopes / escort cards are needed for every order. Any unused materials will be returned to you at your request. **No limit to number of lines on addresses Please view our Ordering Guidelines HERE.
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Q. How much time will my calligraphy project take?
Wedding invitations are typically mailed 6-8 weeks before the wedding. Please reserve time for your calligraphy project in advance. 100 envelopes takes approximately 4-5 days, depending on my schedule, plus mailing time. 100 place cards takes 2-3 days. To ensure availability, please book in advance.
Q. Do you take rush orders?
I pride myself on a quick turnaround time. Depending on current workload, rush orders may be accommodated. Please don't hesitate to ask. A rush order service fee may apply.
Q. How should we send our guest list to you?
Please send your guest list via email to: email@example.com. The guest list should be prepared as a Microsoft Word document or in an Excel spreadsheet. Handwritten lists will not be accepted in order to prevent errors. CLICK HERE to use the attached guest list template to help you prepare your list.
Q. Etiquette questions?
Some clients prefer to follow strict etiquette while others prefer a more casual approach. The most important part of preparing your list is to make sure that you type out exactly how you want your guests names to appear on your envelope. For your convenience, you can view the traditional addressing etiquette guidelines for addressing your invitation envelopes HERE.
Q. How do you handle list additions, changes and errors?
Additions to your list are easily accommodated before your job is completed and packaged for return. Additions will be charged accordingly with no additional service fees. Even with careful review, errors can happen. I am happy to correct any errors on my part free of charge. Errors due to problems with the list or late changes will be charged the standard addressing rate.
As a child, my penmanship was awful - so awful, in fact, that it got me extra summer homework. It was during that summer of extra practice worksheets that I begrudgingly discovered a hidden talent for scripting and penmanship. My love for calligraphy turned into a full-fledged passion after gazing longingly at images of beautiful hand-addressed invitations when I was planning my own wedding. I started Curlicue Designs in 2010 at the encouragement of friends and family whose invitations, escort cards, certificates and documents I had penned. Based in downtown SF, Curlicue Designs has helped dozens of clients add hand-crafted elegance to their wedding stationary.
When I'm not at my desk scripting, you can find me in the kitchen baking macarons. My obsession for these precious little confections began on my last trip to Paris. I can honestly say I've baked THOUSANDS of them in my quest to perfect the recipe. The overwhelmingly most requested flavors I get asked to make: salted caramel and pistachio. My newest diversion is testing out new beauty finds and writing about them on my blog, The Beauty Base Zero Project. I can add "product junkie" to my list of attributes. Whether I'm wielding a pen, a spatula or a makeup brush, my personal motto is: Pretty is what I do.
Curlicue Designs is a proud member of New York's Society of Scribes and IAMPETH, the International Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting.
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