When it comes to deciding on what to do for wedding invitations, it can be a little overwhelming. I want to make it as simple as possible for you so I have answered a few common questions for you here!
If you have any additional questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I first like to get a feel for the entire wedding as a whole – colors, florals, etc., mixed in with imagery of textures, fashion, interior design, and inspirational imagery that sets the mood for the event. In addition to the wedding details, I love getting to know each couples story. When it comes to crafting an invitation suite, it's the little, personal details that make it a true heirloom. This is how we’ll find the magic. This is how we’ll create something that’s truly singular. Your wedding day deserves nothing less!
I love combining old-world character with high-end design. I offer foil, letterpress, embossing, debossing, and digital printing. I love being able to help couples select the best printing method based on their wedding style, amount needed, and allocated budget. Letterpress and foil on handmade paper are my most frequent go-to's!
Very custom! While withholding the overall structure of the design, each suite can be customized to fit your personal style and wedding aesthetic. I like to treat them almost like fully custom designs where we still get to play with different paper colors, types, embellishments, and orientation. Love the Petit Versailles but want your names in calligraphy? No problem! Want a sketch of your venue? We can always add one! As an artist, I like having the freedom to play with different possibilities based on your aesthetic and allocated budget.
Additionally, I offer two different calligraphy styles and 5 different crests that can be added to any semi-custom suite to really make it your own. View them here
Pricing varies depending on quantity, printing method, paper type, and additional add-ons. Each invitation suite is unique to every couple which is why I provide individual quotes. The average Morgan Riley Design couple invests $7,000-$12,000 on all stationery for the wedding. This includes save the dates, invitations, and day-of details as well as luxurious paper and print methods and embellishments like vintage stamps, calligraphy, wax seals, etc.
Yes! All the calligraphy and illustrations you see are handwritten or hand drawn by me. Each suite that I create is sketched, drawn/handwritten and then digitized and designed on the computer to be printed with the amount of invitation suites needed. I also love to work with old-world, public domain paintings but I do not work with script fonts. Calligraphy addressing on envelopes or guest names on day-of stationery are handwritten with ink.