Our Semi Customisable Collection

Read to find out more about the ordering process for our semi-customisable collections.
These collections have been carefully curated to give you trendy, beautiful, high-quality invitations that you can tailor to suit your theme.

  • 01. Select your Design

    Have a look online through our Semi-Custom Design Suites. All of our designs can be customised with print method, paper stocks, wording, ink and envelope colours.

    If you’d like a completely bespoke design, please email hello@estherrose.com.au for a custom quote.

  • 02. Order Online

    After your order has been placed, we will be in touch with you via email so we can gather all of the wording, your design preferences, and any other information we may require.

  • 03. Design Development

    Once you place your order, you’ll receive a first draft within 5 business days. This includes a mock up of your invitation suite so you can really visualise how the finished product will look. We will continue to fine-tune until you’re 100% happy. Included in your order are two rounds of edits to your proof.

  • 04. Print & Send

    Once you’ve approved your proof, we’ll move your design into printing production. Your designs are then carefully examined and wrapped in our packaging and shipped express to you!

    For more information on delivery times, visit the Australia Post website.

Lead Times

Overall, we recommend ordering about 5-6 weeks ahead of when you wish to receive your item.

This factors in adequate time for the proof and printing process, as well as shipping time.

Please see below for a visual guide.

  • Digital Ink

    Digital Ink is available in a large variety of colours, outlined within this document. This process is a cost effective, and time effective option. 

    Digital printing works best for mid to dark colours on light card stocks. Alternatively, we can use white ink printed digitally onto darker card stock.

  • Letterpress

    Letterpress provides a beautifully tactile, soft ‘debossed’ effect which you can feel with your fingertips. This process involves duplexing paper, giving that luxury thick feeling.

  • Hot Foil Press

    Foil stamping is a process that uses heat to transfer foil film onto paper, for a metallic finish. Foil printing acheives great results on both light and dark papers.