Frequently Asked Questions

1. Consultation 
2. Quotation 
3. Acceptance 
4. Design 
5. Approval 
6. Production 
7. Collection or Delivery

Yes, Lauren Skorsis works with international clients and provides worldwide shipping.

There are no minimum order for digitally printed invitation, however an artwork fee may be applied for quantities that fall below 30*. 

For all speciality printing, there is a minimum order of 50*.

*If a new design is requested.

*Lauren Skorsis aims to try and make her services available to everyone, so if you have a quantity slightly below 50, please email

Invitations are generally sent out six to twelve weeks prior to an event. Allowing time for design and printing, Lauren Skorsis recommends sending through an enquiry no earlier than 8 months prior to your event date. Please ensure you have a confirmed date prior to sending through an enquiry.

Plates (or blocks) are created by etching a negative form of the required artwork into a particular material. Plates (or blocks) are required for all hot foil stamping and letterpress artwork.

Duplexing, like mounting, involves the application of professionally glueing two sheets of paper together. It is a great way of achieving a thicker feel when a desired stock only has a specific maximum weight, or to introduce colour to the back of your invitations. Triplexing takes duplexing to the next step by sandwiching a coloured paper in between two sheets of paper.

Unfortunately Lauren Skorsis only provides pdf proofs and does not provide physical proofs of artwork prior to print.

Yes, Lauren Skorsis offers a guest addressing service at a flat rate fee calculated over the amount of invitations required.

Lauren Skorsis recommends ordering 10 spare invitations; or 10% overs whichever is greater, to account for any guests you may have missed or may be inviting to fill in for some declined guests.

Lauren Skorsis is always looking for exceptionally talented people to work alongside with, however there are currently no positions available.