What do you do now?

Our design process starts with a meeting, probably for coffee or at our office. But we can also do it over a hike, during a cross country ski or even over the phone. We're going to ask you a few questions and hope you bring some ideas, too. We do hope you share with us some fun details, like what you ate on your first date or certain phrases your significant other says way too often. Think of your favorite colors, materials and images. But don't worry if you've been too busy to think about all this stuff, we'll do all the work. Another thing to keep in mind is budget (boo!). We don't want to design something that's too elaborate for your pocketbook, so we should talk about that too.

During our meeting, we'll discuss the save-the-dates and wedding suite (or other event invitations). Those are all included in one package. But we can also help you with:

  • address labels or stamps
  • gift bags
  • maps
  • programs
  • menus
  • escort and place cards
  • table numbers
  • napkins
  • cocktail stirrers
  • bags
  • coasters
  • favor tags
  • rehearsal dinner invitations
  • thank you notes

After we meet, we'll come up with an estimate of cost and how long it's going to take to do your project. We suggest the design process begin three months before you want to mail your save-the-dates.

We recommend:

Mail your save the dates six to nine months before the wedding. most jackson hole weddings are destination weddings, so the sooner your guest can mark their calendars, the better.

Mail wedding invitation six to eight weeks prior to the wedding event, though as many as 10 weeks prior is okay for events with lots of out-of-towners.


Since everything we do is custom, and some may even be hand stitched, glued, cut, wrapped or drawn, we can't really give an exact cost estimate until we've created your custom proposal.  Tip: if you choose from our invitation gallery, it will be even cheaper because they are already designed. So just call us, we'll chat.