Need Help Ordering? See "Using the Card Designer" at the top of the page!
The minimum order is 25, with increments of 5 after.
Please read the "Our Service" and "About Photo Colors" tabs above.
We will read through your text and check for day/date agreement and we'll look for spelling errors on words other than proper nouns. If we find a spelling error we will correct it. If we find a disagreement between your day and date, we'll contact you, and that will hold up the order. We DO NOT correct spelling on proper nouns, though, so we ask you to check carefully before submitting the order.
We proofread all texts. It is important to us that what you send does not embarrass you! However, because you are able to view the finished layout on the screen, and because photo announcements are less formal than those in the other sections of our site, we do not proof these to "social standards" as we would a formal announcement or wedding invitation. If it's important to you that the text be as "socially correct" as it would be on a formal announcement, we have guidelines to help with your composition.
We have an etiquette page in case you have questions about addressing envelopes or are wondering when to send out your announcements
Be sure to order enough! If you need extras later on, the price of the re-order is still subject to a minimum of 25. If we are reprinting the exact item again, we do give a 20% discount on re-orders, but you will save a LOT by ordering enough on your first order! If you'd like guidance in determining the quantity to order, check our page of ordering tips for some helpful ideas.
Our "Using the Card Designer" banner at the top of the page gives details about how the Card Designer works.
In addition, there are a few things about this particular order form that might be helpful to know:
What you should know about color on the photo announcements:
1. If you are giving us a photo you took yourself or have edited yourself:
2. If you are giving us a photo that was taken by a professional photographer:
3. The perception of color can be somewhat subjective...
With that said....