By hiring or contracting work, and/or placing a deposit, and/or making payment of any kind with The Printed Bride, you are in agreement of and in a contractual obligation to the TERMS and CONDITIONS herein and posted. And, IN ADDITION, agree to the Payment Policy stated within these Terms and Conditions. By placing a deposit to begin work on any project or any project whereas The Printed Bride is hired to design and/or print any work, you have entered into a contractual agreement subject.

Digital proofs are provided to ensure the accuracy of your order. Ultimately, you are fully responsible for proofreading your design. Your approval is needed on the design, spelling, colors, quantity, and size. The Printed Bride is not responsible for any errors (typos, misspellings etc.) discovered in the printed product that were derived from and represented in the proof you approved. Final Approval must be provided via email or proofing software if it is being used.

The Printed Bride cannot control conditions and situations outside of design. Therefore to ensure items get to you on time for your wedding, an extended amount of time should be allotted for shipping. Weather and transportation issues from shipping can be unexpected and costly to try to fix.

We do not reprint items with minor to moderate color variations from the proof you view on screen and/or any proof you printed. Color matching is done to the best of our ability, but it is impossible to perfectly match digital proofs with paper printing. All proofs are understood to be close representations of the printed product, and will inevitably have a certain degree of deviation from a monitor’s display.

We require an initial deposit of 50% of your total cost to begin work. Your deposit is applied to your total balance. Once you make a deposit payment you are entering a contractual agreement to the Terms and Conditions stated here within this website, in addition to the Payment Policy stated within this website.

To save you money, we prepay for all printing. This simple, one-time payment allows our presses to keep their prices low and we pass those savings on to you. Once you approve any project for printing, payment of your total balance is due before we can put your project into print production or delivery of any design files, native files, pdfs, or website files. Once a final payment is made by the client, the job is then printed and shipped to the address listed on the client’s invoice or quote.

The Printed Bride will ship to the address listed on client’s estimate or invoice. The Printed Bride is not responsible for any shipment or liable for any shipping cost not designated on the client invoice. By paying a deposit, or any payment, the client assumes the responsibility of receiving the shipment at the address(es) designated on the client’s quote or invoice. The Printed Bride will not reprint, reship or reroute any shipments to another address after the shipment had been made from the print facility.