Manila Showroom:
MATUS Wedding Boutique
5th Level - The Mega Atrium
SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City

0917-813-2821 * SUN 0922-248-3456
+632-517-3742 * +6349-511-8479
handcrafted.expressions{at}gmail{dot}com

Step One - Consultation

Fill out our request form or email us your ideas on the style & flavor of your upcoming event. We will go over with your requirements & ideas. We can schedule an appointment at our Manila Showroom or Laguna home-office (whichever is most convenient to you) for an initial consultation. If it is imposibble for us to meet personally, we can always discuss it through email.

Before filling out the form, please take time to decide if you really want to work with us. By viewing our samples, you can gauge if we are the right invitation maker for you. We've had past experiences that a "client" will ask us to design and make samples then have them copied somewhere else. :(

Should you decide to work with us, you may want to work on an estimated budget and quantity of invitations. As we design your ideal invitation from scratch, we must have financial parameters to work within. Custom wedding invitations averages at Php90 (US$2.00) per set.

Step Two - Design

We will create "mock-up" design using information gathered from you. We will send the sample electronically or we can meet personally for you see & feel the actual invite.

Step Three - Revisions

Handcrafted Expressions will refine and perfect your invitation until we arrive at an agreed design that is uniquely for you. Succeeding revisions (design &/or text) will be sent via email.

Step Four - Ordering

Once your chosen designs have been adjusted and proofed, it's time to order. Please refer to our Ordering page for more details.

Note:
Due to the nature of our handmade paper, we only have flat printing. Thermography on translucent vellum while inkjet printing on handmade paper. We don't do embossed printing of text but graphic accents can be embossed depending on the designs available.

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