Invitations and cards for life's special events

Raymond, Maine

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Last updated on February 4, 2011
Hi and thank you for visiting my shop! I specialize in customized invitations and personalized goodies for showers and parties.

Items are listed and priced in packs, but any quantity can be made in a custom order.
Invitations are $1.50 each.
Folded cards are $1.75 each.
Advice/recipe cards are $1.25 each.
Feel free to price out quantities to tailor to your needs. That price is the price. It includes unlimited proofs and changes, as well as any and all customization of your items. There will be no surprise fees for extra proofs or changes. You pay for your order and shipping and that's all!

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Returns and exchanges
I can't accept returns on personalized items, as I can't restock them. However, your happiness is very important to me so if your item arrives damaged or not at all, I will send you another one pronto.
Please make your payment with Paypal promptly after ordering. I must receive payment before I can begin working on a proof or ship your order.
The timeline for custom orders is as follows:

After payment is made and the information for the event is supplied in full, you'll get a proof in 1-2 days.
Proofs are unlimited, so we'll work on your design until you let me know that it's exactly how you'd like it to look. (Please be mindful that computer screens don't represent the final printed piece perfectly.)
Your order will ship out via USPS in 2-3 business days after you approve the proof. Once you approve the proof NO further changes can be made. This is very important, so be very certain that you are 100% sure that you are happy with the look of your proof before you tell me it's good to print.
Additional policies and FAQs
My papers come from French Paper Co, which is based in Indiana. Their plant runs 100% on hydroelectric power from the St. Joesph's River and produces the finest recycled papers I've seen. You may see their website here:
They cost a little more than other paper companies, but I believe that nothing I make is truly worth filling the air and water with toxins or cutting down a tree for. I support environmentally aware companies, and even the clear cello bags I package items in are plant based and certified both biodegradable and compostable.