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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How does the process work?

Read about the custom invitation process


Q: What type of print methods do you offer?


H&H offers Digital (flat print), letterpress, and foil stamping.

- Digital printing allows for unlimited color use with the fastest turnaround. Digital printing lays flat on paper and is the most economical choice for budget-conscious clients.

- Letterpress printing is for those looking for a more luxurious, handcrafted product. The text and images are pressed into thick cardstock resulting in an indented look.

- Foil stamping results in a true shiny metallic gold and silver color.


Q: When should I mail my Save the Dates and Wedding Invitations and how far in advance should I place my order?

For Save the Dates, you should reach out 9-12 months before your wedding date and aim to mail the Save the Dates 6-9 months in advance. For wedding invitations, I suggest reaching out 6 months before your wedding date. You should plan to mail your invitations 2-3 months before your wedding date and place your order 4-6 weeks before your mail date.

Q: How much do custom invitations typically cost?

The cost of digitally printed invitations usually falls within the range of $700-1,500. An order of 100 digitally (flat) printed invitations average around $900. The cost of letterpress printed invitations typically ranges higher at $1,300-$4,000 due to the handcrafted printing technique.  A suite of 100 letterpress printed invitations average around $1,700.




Hobart and Haven requires a 50% deposit upon sending the order to print and the remaining 50% upon shipping. Payment methods accepted: Paypal (via credit card), Zelle Bank transfers, and checks.

Cancellation + Return Policy
We accept cancellations at any point prior to giving us your final proof approval. If a proof has been issued, we will retain the non-refundable deposit. Unfortunately, we cannot accept any cancellations or returns once we have your approval to go to print. We will gladly refund, reprint or return items at our cost that are defective or erroneous on our part.

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