Becoming a Wedding Stationery Designer: Part II

Hope Johnson, illustrator + printmaker + redhead

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11 Lessons (2h)
    • 1. Welcome!

      2:21
    • 2. Client Management + Touch Points

      12:29
    • 3. Custom vs Collection: overview

      1:43
    • 4. Custom vs Collection: part I

      8:58
    • 5. Custom vs Collection: part II

      10:14
    • 6. Custom vs Collection: part III

      9:31
    • 7. Etiquette Notes

      11:34
    • 8. Paper and Printing Notes

      5:38
    • 9. Stationery Accessories

      12:59
    • 10. Watch Me Design in Illustrator (plus inDesign portfolio sneak peek)

      39:20
    • 11. Mailing Your Stationery + Final Thoughts

      5:44
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About This Class

This class (although it can be watched solo) is the second helping to the Part I version of Becoming a Wedding Stationery Designer.

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Where Part I talks about the foundation of your business with a focus on branding, defining your ideal client, and pricing your work ...Part II is the (asked for) technical side of building a stationery suite. This course will teach you:

-Client Touch Points
-Custom Work versus Semi-Custom (or collection based) Work
-Paper and Printing Mediums
-How I Price My Work
-Etiquette Guidelines
-and of course, Designing a Full Suite and Epic Client Presentation


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WHAT'S INSIDE:

PRINTING TYPES + LETTERPRESS PRINTING
methods, equipment, and resources

PAPER TYPES
types, paper types based on printing methods

ASSEMBLY DETAILS
vintage stamps, custom wax seals, ribbons, and more

STYLING YOUR WORK
styling boards, styling accessories, layout tips and tricks

STUDIO EQUIPMENT for PRINTING IN-HOUSE
restoring your press, outfitting your shop, and the set-up basics

OUTSOURCED VENDORS
my favorite vendors for outsourced labor and in-house printing
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...and SO much more, my friend.


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