Personalised Menus, hand drawn design by Lucy says I do with your text details added to the design and made to order
The Late Summer Love Amongst The Flowers wedding stationery design is made up of a regal floral crest of swirling, leafy vines and elegantly fanned flowers in a retro-inspired, autumnal palette of yellow and chestnut brown. Printed onto beautiful soft white card, the luxurious Late Summer Menu crest design together with carefully chosen modern sans serif font is the perfect welcome to your wedding.
Size: 99mm x 210mm
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Printed Single-sided (unless double sided option selected). Reverse side can be printed with the Love amongst the Flowers design or the Love amongst the Flowers border with text.
Additional matching stationery items available in this design include:
Save the Date
Order of Service cards and booklets
Personalised thank you cards
If you’d like more information about these please contact us here.
Printed in the UK onto beautiful 324gsm soft white card, FSC approved.
Size: 90mm x 185mm
Timescales: Typical turnaround time is 2-4 weeks
The Process for personalised designs:
Place your order. Choose your design, add your chosen items to your basket and submit the text details you would like included on your design.
Electronic proof. When the Lucy says I do studio has received all the required information to create your design, a member of the team will email you though an electronic proof of your design within 3 working days. If you would like to make any further changes, we provide a second pdf proof free of charge. Additional changes will need to be charged at £25 each. Please allow 3 working days for any changes to the first pdf proof.
Printing and Shipping. Once you have approved your proof, your design will be printed and dispatched within 10 working days.
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