I will constantly update this page for shipping costs. :) Please note shipping costs may change due to fuel cost fluctuations
|May 10, 2022||P7,200 + P2,900*||7kg||120 sets|
|May 13, 2022||P5,500||4kg||50 sets + 1 luxury presentation box|
|May 13, 2022||P6,800||6kg||100 sets + 3 luxury presentation boxes|
|April 27, 2022||P7,200||4kg||100 sets (1 big card, 1 envelope)|
*Importation / Custom costs. Based on actual projects
We ship from the Philippines, typically through Fedex. Packages are in transit for about 5-7 days. Clients may arrange their own shipping method. These are estimates and costing based on previous projects sent out. Actual shipping costs may vary depending on materials chosen (weight and size). Prices in Philippine Peso.
- Typically a set of 25 invitations will fit a box of 6x9x3"
- We may opt to pack the invitations unassembled for more efficient packaging and to avoid creases. E.g. envelopes all together, cards of the same size all together, etc.
- For international orders, we send out photos / videos before arranging the shipment. Once the project leave the artist’s studio for shipping, the artist is not responsible for any loss, delay, or damage to the product. The client is responsible for all shipping, custom and duties fees. Shipping charges will be charged once items are shipped.
- The client will need to inform the artist if they want to purchase shipping insurance. By default, this is not included.
- If it is determined that there is an error on the artist side, due to printing, depending on the schedule the artist will pay for reprint and the shipping costs, or will provide a refund based on the amount of work that needs to be reprinted. Client agrees to accept the artist’s good faith estimation on how much will need to be refunded.
- If is determined that there is an error on the artist side due to handwritten portions, depending on the schedule, the artist will rewrite the work and pay for shipping costs, or will provide a refund based on the amount of work that needs to be reprinted. Again, the client agrees to accept the artist’s good faith estimation on how much will need to be refunded.