I can’t wait to help you create something special! It can seem a bit daunting but don’t worry, I’m here to help take some of the stress out of your wedding planning. To make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible I’ve outlined a 6-step process below.

Please allow 4 weeks for a customisable package, 4-6 weeks for a semi-customisable design and 8-12 weeks for a bespoke design package.

Step 1

Get in touch with me via email, phone: 0793172180 or my contact form, including as much detail as you can.
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Step 2

I will be in touch via email with customisable designs or phone with bespoke designs to discuss your requirements and to make sure I get all the information I need.
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Step 3

Once all of that is agreed I will email you a contract with my terms & conditions, and an invoice for the full amount if ordering a customisable package and an invoice for the design fee for the bespoke/semi-customisable packages will be sent to you.
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Step 4

Once payment has been received the design process will begin. You will receive digital proofs of your design so you can let me know if there is anything you would like to change. To make sure you are completely satisfied you can have up t0 5 redrafts with each package.
It is really important that you check all spelling and text is correct at this point, as I cannot be held responsible for any errors after the proofs have been approved – so get a friend or family member to check with you!
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Step 5

When you have said you are happy with your designs I will send them to print.
If ordering a bespoke/semi-customisable package I will then send you an invoice for the printing costs, once this payment has been received the printing will start.
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Step 6

Once your prints are completed I will carefully package them up and send them on their way to you! Delivery costs will be stated in your invoice, all of my orders are sent via a signed for courier.








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© 2018 Rebecca Richards Design
photography credit: David Boynton Wedding Photography / Anna Roussos Photography
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