WORDING SUBMISSION AND PROOFING
If wording is short, type it directly into the Special Request box. Be sure to check wording for accuracy before placing order. Kindly do not type in all caps.
If wording/information is lengthier (i.e. wedding invitation wording), download applicable TEMPLATES to compose your wording/information. Links are available under RESOURCES on our main Home Page. Read over the instructions at the top of the template and send it to us as an editable attachment once it is completed. Make sure it is error-free before submitting to reduce or eliminate additional proofing rounds. Save it with your last name and order number and email it to: email@example.com as an editable attachment. We request that error free templates are submitted within 10 business days of placing your order. If we do not receive your templates within the requested time, your order is subject to cancellation and a refund will be issued for all portions of your order that have not yet been designed or produced.
Most listings include 2 rounds of proofing on each item (additional rounds are available for purchase).
Proofs are generally emailed within 3-5 business days. Orders will never ship until a proof approval is received via email. Email approvals are legally binding, and any revisions requested after approvals have been given may be subject to reprinting/producing fees, including reordering of paper stocks and supplies and/or labor & assembly, if applicable.
Proofing must be done in a timely manner to guarantee that products will be delivered on time. It is expected that approvals/changes/revisions to proofs be communicated within 3 business days of receiving proofs from Dreaming In Paper.
Customers are 100% responsible for grammar, spelling, dates, times, etc. on all parts of the products ordered and are advised to thoroughly review all provided digital proofs. It is recommended that more than one person review proofs as well. Be sure to review all parts before providing an approval. Products will go to print once we receive an approval and may be subject to substantial fees if changes need to be made once an approval is received.