Bespoke Ordering Process
Step One: Contact Jemima!
Whether it’s a phone call, or email, get in touch with Jemima to talk about your special day. Provide all the essential details; your wedding date, number of guests, and the specific pieces you have in mind. Will it be invitations or a cake? Save The Date, menus, or fanciful placeholders? Or perhaps you would like all of the above? It’s also good to include any initial ideas you might have regarding your theme.
Step Two: Consultation.
Next it’s all about delving into the creative process of developing your specially tailored designs. Depending on your location this could be a meeting or a phone call. Talk to Jemima about your theme, design inspirations, or show her your Pinterest board (if you have one). She will talk you through different options in paper types and sizes, and if she’s baking your cake, you’ll discuss different flavours and decorations. This is the time to give Jemima all the details she’ll need to start designing your handmade stationery and cake.
Step Three: Quote, timescale, and concept.
Following your consultation, Jemima will get back to you with a quote, a specific time frame, and she’ll brief you on the concept of the designs.
Step Four: Deposit.
If you’re happy to go ahead then a 40% deposit is required to secure the booking. Jemima will also request the specific wording you would like for your stationery.
Step Five: Proofs for your approval.
Jemima will send you an initial design proof; this is an opportunity for you to suggest any changes, or adjustments to the design. She’ll then provide up to two further proofs if required. Please note a charge will be added for each additional proof thereafter.
Step Six: Printing and Shipping.
When you’re happy with the design Jemima will make arrangements with you for the final payment, once it’s received your specially tailored stationery will be sent to the printers and securely delivered. For wedding cakes, delivery will be discussed during your consultation. If she’s able to, she’ll deliver it personally, but this is dependent on your location.v