Meet Your Designer


Impress Me Designs is a New England boutique invitation studio specializing in custom design. We ship across the United States and Worldwide. Our stationery has captured the attention of couples getting married, individuals celebrating monumental birthdays, anniversaries, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs and have added that extra polish to corporate events. We’ve worked with clients from around the globe, including a few well-known celebrities that have called upon our talents which included a presidential candidate.

We pride ourselves in creating custom invitations and stationery that is unique to each of our clients and their event and use the highest quality of materials, papers and print methods, such as off-set, letterpress, foil, laser-cutting, and digital flat. Each invitation is hand-crafted one-by-one and treated with delicate care.

We look forward to designing a stationery suite that is unique to you and will impress your guests long after your event!

The Process


We’d like to have a conversation with you to learn more about your event details and gather as much information as possible about what you envision for your event. Understanding the “big picture” is important since the invitation sets the stage and tone of your event and we want your guests to be excited about attending.


Will you be having a black-tie affair, a destination wedding on the beach or perhaps an outdoor garden cocktail party? Do you love lots of color or prefer soft and subtle? Are you traditional or prefer a vintage, rustic or modern style? If you have a Pinterest board, share it with us. Seeing your inspiration boards tells a story of what you intrigues you.


We’ll review the samples with you and help you make that final selection. From there, we will ask you to firm up the total number of invitations you will need and then we’ll write up an official contract. Once the contract is signed and a deposit is applied, materials will be ordered for production and text files will be sent to you via email for review prior to printing.

Your Investment

The possibilities are endless for invitation and stationery design and each design is unique in itself. Therefore the cost of our custom stationery varies. Pricing is based on the materials used, the complexity of the design and the print method you select as well as any embellishments that you would like to adorn your custom invitation such as Swarovski crystals, pearls, satin ribbon, lace and list goes on. However, to give you a guideline of where we start, you can expect 100 digital flat print wedding invitation suite to start at $1,800; and 100 letterpress or engraved wedding invitation suite will start at $3,850.

A wedding invitation suite includes: invitation, outer mailing envelope, rsvp card, rsvp envelope and one other insert of your choice, such as reception card or accommodations/directions card. You may define that insert that is best suited to your invited guests.

Print methods we offer are:


No, if you want to order 52 invitations, we’ll make 52, 53, 54…whatever number you request. You may want to factor in a few extra for missed guests or keepsakes. Keep in mind adding on could impact delivery times. Any add-ons will be properly totaled onto your final invoice.

Yes, we do! Most commonly selected is digital calligraphy. We will take your guest addresses and convert them into using the same exact fonts as your invitation. We do not use sticky labels from an office supply store – ever. And, for those who have fallen in love with hand written calligraphy, we offer pen and ink services as well.

Generally speaking, wedding invitations take 4-6 weeks; birthdays, etc. can be 3-5 days from approval of text files. We will provide a more accurate timeline once we understand all the special details of the project.

Yes. We have created invitations in a multitude of languages including, French, Greek, Vietnamese and Spanish. We do ask that you provide the translation.

Yes. We offer post and ship services and provide this service frequently. This takes one more step off your planning plate!