Saturday, 24 September 2016
Tuesday, 16 August 2016
So you've been to see us and had a consultation....
what happens next?
After your consultation we’ll make up your cover design and email you a copy along with your invoice. Please read our Terms and Conditions and email us when you wish to go ahead.
We’ll then set up a custom listing for a 50% non-refundable deposit. This guarantees your slot and pays for the time it takes us to typeset and design your items.
Once your deposit has been paid, we’ll start the typesetting process and email you proofs for approval, so you can fully check all your spellings and grammar for any additions or errors. Now is the time to make any changes.
Changes cannot be made once final payment has been received so here’s a proof approval checklist to make sure you don’t miss anything.
When you are completely happy, we’ll set up another listing for the balance of your order. Personal callers to the shop can either pay on the website or in cash on collection.
To save our couples money we don’t have a card machine at the shop as there is a monthly standing charge for these things and we’d have to charge you an extra 10%. We’d prefer not to have one and pass this saving on to you.
We also accept payment by BACS transfer, so please contact us should you prefer to use this method of payment.
Payments via the website can be made with all the major credit cards and Paypal.
Your invoice does not include P&P. This will be added into your final payment if you are unable to collect your items in person.
Thanks for ordering your items from Inspired by Script. We really appreciate you supporting a small UK based business,
You are important to us and we are here to help, so if there is anything you are unsure of, please feel free to contact us
I guarantee you a personal, one-to-one service direct from the maker and shaker!
Monday, 15 August 2016
iv class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: left;"> At Inspired by Script we offer 3 types of seating plan. The type you choose will depend entirely of taste, need and how many tables you have.
The simple, printed A3 type of seating plan
Suitable for small events
Seating plan on foam core board.
These are our most popular seating plans
and suit both small and large events.
Flat, Plain Tag style
These tags are great if you have some method
of hanging them, such as string in the recess of a frame,
pin board or hanging from ribbon with pegs.
These are popular with D.I.Y. Brides
HOW TO ORDER
After a consultation where we'll find the seating plan that suits you, we'll ask you to supply the following information the the body of the email by filling out a CONTACT FORM
Alternatively you can message us on our FACEBOOK PAGE
PLEASE don't attach exel or word documents to your email as we can't use these in your seating plan.
SIMPLY TYPE A LIST LIKE THIS:
and so on.
Replace the table number with names of you want.
We will reproduce your seating plan EXACTLY as we receive it so please check for Capital letter, punctuation and spelling as this is not our responsibility.
Proofs are only sent with this idem once full payment has been made
Remember: we are here to help and advise you. So please CONTACT US
See our website with ots of wonderful, custom made wedding goodies at http://inspiredbyscript.co.uk
Monday, 11 July 2016
Navy Blue and white is favoured when the couple want a clean fresh approach.
Navy or Dark blue sits happily with pale pinks, peach tones, Lemon and lavender,
which can be used to often the effect for summer weddings.
Here are just a few of the Navy and White themed wedding invitations and stationery we have made for couples using this theme over the past couple of years.
Flat, chevron designed wedding invitation
Matching envelope liner.
For a small additional cost,
Envelope liners add a touch of luxury
R.S.V.P. Card & Information Cards can be added as extras.
See how much softer the colours look with the addition of a pastel colour
R.S.V.P. Cards help you get a fast response
Cards can be added for gift requests
Stickers and envelope seals
can be personalised with the wording of your choice.
These are great if you want to personalise your favours too
Personalised Envelope seals
Heart shaped place cards or favour tags
Seating or Table Plan
The Bride was a Yorkshire Lass
The Groom from Durham
Mix them together and what have you got?
A Durham Cross with a Yorkshire Rose Centre
Table Name Cards
Seating Plan Cards
Order of Service
If chevrons aren't your thing...
how about stripes?
Personalised wishing tree tags
a great alternative to a guest book
Memory Candles are a popular way to remember
family members who cannot be with you on your special day
All the above items are available in ANY colour scheme.
Remember: Your ideas are our inspiration
Posted by Sue Simpson at 3:05 pm
Wednesday, 1 June 2016
Rachael & Andrew asked me to combine the Yorkshire & Lancashire rose as a symbol of the 2 of them joining together.
Folded invitations were chosen for the day invites
and flat for the evening.
Red foil and white card
gave these invites a fresh, clean, look
The creative solution to Meat eaters or vegetarians
made an unusual and fun RSVP card
Just a month before the wedding the couple were back
for their seating plan.... again we used
the Yorkshire and Lancashire rose
carrying the theme right through the stationery.
Red and white wishing tree tags were used
as an alternative to a wedding guest book
Couples give me great feedback on these little tags.
Often a guest book will get overlooked.
People really love filling these cards out
and hanging them on the wishing tree
all neatly packaged in a personalised box,
as a gift from me to them.
Fancy having wishing tree tags at your wedding?
We custom colour all our tags
to match your wedding theme
FREE OF CHARGE!
Monday, 16 May 2016
There's no two ways about it... Pastels are definitely 'IN' this year. Here's a quick blog post to inspire those who are considering adding soft pastels to their wedding invitations and on the day stationery.
Sophie & Graeme chose pale lavender with lilac hues.A perfect combination.
Lavender is on the blue side of purple while lilac falls on the red side, which makes it perfect if you want to add soft pinks or baby blue to your theme
Invitation with RSVP card
For the brave at heart, these colours also go well with green.
We made a matching postbox....
And of course a seating plan.
And I also decorated a guest book.
The Chief Bridesmaid had made the wedding favours and decorated the boxes with a tiny ribbon and rose, so apart from a bit of lace in the middle, the decorating was being done afterwards.
And here is all the on the day decor bits together.....
Soft, subtle, delicate..... pastels are definitely here to stay, at least for 2016.
Are you using pastels in your wedding theme?
Leave a comment below and share your colours.
Love Sue x
See our full collection of personalised Invitations and Stationery at http://inspiredbyscript.co.uk
Posted by Sue Simpson at 10:24 pm