A few Frequently Asked Questions:

Okay, how does this whole thing work?

So glad you asked! No matter the project, we begin with a consultation. I want to know all the details, because I won’t stop until you have a product you love. You tell me what you want, how you want it, and maybe a examples of what is sort of in the ballpark of what you’re imagining (for example, Pinterest is a great source of inspiration, especially bridal!)

After some tinkering on my end, I come back with an interpretation to make sure we are on the same page before I start. We agree on pricing, sign a contract (for some projects, 50% non-refundable down-payment is required at start), and then it’s off to the races!

Then what?

Depending on the project and communication, completion takes usually 2-5 business days. Final artwork is sent after I receive complete payment.

What are your services?

Anything you want! I’ve had clients ask for:

  • Wedding Invitations
  • Wedding Save the Dates
  • Infographics
  • Wedding Programs
  • Logos and Brand Development
  • Social Media Design (headers, media content)
  • Resumés
  • Stationary and Letterhead
  • Business Cards
  • Print Ads
  • Professional Speaker One Sheets
  • Party Invitations
  • Corporate Sales Flyers
  • Wall Prints
  • DVD and CD covers

How should I pay you?

Paypal or Venmo.

How many revisions do I get?

It totally depends on the project. All projects have two built-in rounds of revisions, and any round beyond that is $25 per revision. See Price Sheet for more detail.

Okay, so pricing? 

Check out this handy-dandy price sheet!

Do you print my items for me?

No, upon completion, you will receive a digital file (jpg, PDF, png.) Printing is up to the client.

I would like a custom font or stock photo image. Is that included in your fee?

No, any additional expenses for the design, such as special fonts or stock photos that I do not already have are up to the client to cover*. All high resolution imagery and photographs (for invitations, etc) are completely up to the client to provide. *Some exceptions apply.

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