|Following are some considerations that apply to special invitation
If the envelopes are lined (and unable to be seen through on a light table),
sample "C" is the only style that we are able to keep in a reasonably
The stock of the envelopes and place cards may affect the ink. Rough
texture stock will not work (though we have never had this problem with
envelopes, only with picture mats). Some stocks make the ink "feather", but
most do not. Some stocks make the ink broaden on the paper - usually the
coated stocks. Some stocks do not allow the ink to dry properly.
It is rare that any of these problems occur. But it does happen. If you
have a sample of the stock, or know the name and type of the stock, and are
in question as to if it will work, please call or mail us a sample.
Unless you are specific in your desires as to how you want names and
addresses written on the inner and outer envelopes, we use Crane's etiquette
book in regards to proper and acceptable treatments of envelope addressing.
Please note that line spacing may vary based on envelope size.
Once information (a typed list of names, preferably in 12 pt. font)
is presented to the calligrapher, any changes, corrections, an/or additions
made after that time by the customer will be invoiced to the customer. Any
errors or omissions the fault of the calligrapher will be redone at no
charge to the customer. We are not responsible for any costs of printing or
ordering additional stock (envelopes, place cards, etc.). We suggest that
every customer order at least 10% more envelopes than needed for the
quantity of invitations you are sending.
Unless otherwise requested, we will keep all extra envelopes until the
customer is sure the job is complete.
It would be an honor to provide calligraphy for your special occasion event!
Please contact us if you need further information.
Very Truly Yours,