Corporate Events - birthdays - Save the Date - Wedding
There's a lot of amazing Invitation designs on the web that sometimes it can be overwhelming finding which style you like best.
Your colour scheme should not only reflect your personal tastes, but also should be repeated in all your design elements (ie welcome sign, table numbers etc). It should also mirror the rooms interior design and the colours of your bride-maid's dress.
Please check, double check and even triple check the spelling on your submission. Make sure the dates, times, locations, names and addresses are all spelled correctly. We do our best to spot errors but Killer Aesthetic but our skills lie in design not copywriting and will not be held responsible for errors after printing your project after being pre-approved by the client.
Timing for save the dates
Design process should begin 6+ months before your wedding date. Mail 4–5 months before your wedding date. If you are having a destination wedding we recommend sending out Save the Dates a year in advance to allow guests time to secure rooms and make travel arrangements.
Timing for Wedding invitations.
Design process should begin 3+ months before your wedding date. Mail 8–10 weeks before your wedding if you have sent out a Save the Date, and 8–10 weeks if you have not. If you have many international addresses, we recommend that you mail invitations 10+ weeks before your wedding date.