does a piece cost and how do you
pricing structure is different then most custom
designers. I believe that everyone should be able
to afford custom design for their events, but not
every budget fits every option. Therefore, I split
my estimate into two categories: design fees and
vendor fees***. My
design fee covers all correspondence, the design,
and the communication with the printer and any
other necessary vendors. The vendor fees consist of
the printing/paper fees, the calligrapher, and the
like. With this structure, my clients can make
decisions on the type of printing for their piece
based on their own budgetary needs.
My prices vary according to the size and scope of a
job. Please contact me for more information.
All of my clients receive a detailed estimate of
prices after we discuss their needs. If the client
agrees to move ahead, then a contract is issued to
ensure that both our rights are protected.
Liners and any assembly are extra.
do we make sure that our stationery is completed on
time for our event?
I recommend to all potential clients that they
follow a timeline -- no less than three months in
advance for offset/digital-offset, and no less than
four months for a letterpress set. If less, the job
may be subject to rush fees from both myself and
I like to meet with my clients in person if
possible, so that I get to know their personalities
and their individual needs. However, if you are not
in the NYC area or would prefer to chat over the
phone or by email, that works as well!