I was immediately impressed by the quality and precision of her work and the passion which she has for it. This is a woman who clearly loves what she does. Enough from me, I'll hand you over now to Kelly who can tell you about Perfect Touch Wedding Stationery much better than I can.
Perfect Touch Wedding StationeryPerfect Touch Wedding Stationery, working from home creating stunning handmade stationery.
Perfect Touch Wedding Stationery creates stunning and unique handmade stationery using only the finest materials. I am a definite perfectionist, and every single piece of work is completed to the highest standard. You can choose from one of our collections which can be tailored to match your colour theme or together we can create something bespoke especially for you. My stationery ranges include save the dates, wedding and evening invitations, RSVPs, order of service/ceremony, table plans, place cards, table names/numbers, menus, favours, post boxes and thank you cards.
I offer a free consultation within a 20 mile radius of Lancaster. When travelling outside this area a small amount is charged but is refunded once an order is placed.
I started out creating a scrapbook for my daughter 7 years ago, then in 2007 made my brothers wedding stationery. This became my hobby and I started putting different designs together and decided to make my hobby my full time career.
As a rough guide my prices start from:
Pocketfolds (these include 3 inserts, e.g. the wedding invitation, gift/accommodation details, RSVP) £3.40
Standard card style invitation £2.20
Order of service/ceremony £2.50
Place cards (printed) £1.00
Table names/numbers (double sided) £1.90
Table plans £35.00
Post boxes £15.00
SPECIAL OFFER FOR FEBRUARY
Place an order in February for more than £300 and recieve a FREE matching Table Plan worth £40.
The final words must go to one of Kelly's many, many happy clients...
"Thank you so much for all the invites, table names and table plan. They looked great, and you are such a perfectionist, they were all perfect, we loved them."
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