Colette - Figs & Berries


Featured on ModWedding // Event Design: La Belle Fleur Events // Photography: Amanda Megan Miller  // Venue: City View Lofts // Farm Table: Hall’s Rental // Florals: Forget Me Knodt // Place Settings: Vintage Place Settings // Lounge Furniture and Dresser: Shadowbox Dreams // Bridal Gown and Accessories: Mignonette Bridal // Cake: Elysia Root Cakes // Hair and Makeup: Nika Vaughan Bridal Artists // Model: Christiana Herbert


Design + Printing

This invite design features a foil stamped hand illustrated design with die cut raised petals. All wording on the items are flat printed in your choice of dark grey or dark brown ink, but can be upgraded to foil stamping. The cards are produced on a heavy weight 110 lb. matte paper, however, the cards can also be printed on a heavy metallic pearl stock. You do have the option to change the color of the envelopes at no additional cost. This design was created in gold foil stamping, however, other foil color options are available at no additional cost. The velvet ribbon is optional and can also be customized to match your wedding colors.

Samples, See It In Person

There is a sample set of this design available for purchase. Should you decide to place an order after receiving the samples, a credit for the cost of the sample will be applied to the final print order.

The Ordering Process, 6 Easy Steps

1. Send me a listing of the items you would like to order from the suite and their quantities. I will send you a invoice for half of the total production cost is due to begin production. 

2. When the print order is placed, you will be emailed a link to submit your wording. Once I receive your wording, I will create the design. My design time is about 3-5 business days but keep in mind additional time will be needed so you can review the designs and submit your revisions.

3. You will be emailed either a PDF or a link with credentials to access your personal online client portal to review and comment on the designs. You will also receive a production schedule outlining the process and dates to expect each step. This is a good way for us to ensure the items are being produced on time. 

4. You will have up to two rounds of revisions to your wording. Once you approve the designs, an invoice for the remaining balance of your print order will be sent. The final files are released to the printer for production when payment is made. Printing production time will vary based on your quantity, but will be confirmed once the printers have the files. 

5. During the printing production, I will do press checks with any local printers to ensure the items are being produced properly. I often send sneak peeks to my clients during these visits.

6. Once printing is complete, the items are assembled, packaged and shipped to you to share with your loved ones.