CUSTOM LOGO ORDER FORM FOR CURRENT + PREVIOUS CLIENTS
Images will be emailed within 2-3 BUSINESS DAYS!
RUSH SERVICE: Next-Day Rush Service is available for $75 on options #1 and #2.
FILE TYPES INCLUDED:*
CMYK.PDF | 12" x 12"
RGB.JPG | 12" x 12"
1 | $70 | EXISTING INVITE LOGO - NO CHANGES
Use something from your invitation that we've already designed for you that requires no changes.
2 | $100 | EXISTING LOGO - 1 MINOR CHANGE
Use something from your invitation that has a color change or deletion of part of the logo.
Choose an image from our LOGO + MONOGRAM page and let us know what colors you would like it in (choose colors from our ink color chart (click here to see colors).
Change requests after proof delivery = $35 per round.
3 | $200 | EXISTING LOGO - 2 MINOR CHANGES
Use something from your invitation that requires 1-2 minor changes (add a date, add a phrase, change the font to an existing font on the site, combine components of 2 existing logos)
Choose a design from our logo page and customize it (add a date, add a phrase, change the font to an existing font on the site, combine components of 2 existing logos).
Includes up to 2 design tweaks to logo after proof design is delivered, additional change requests = $35 ea.
(4) CUSTOM LOGOS START AT $400.
A more firm quote will be given with your logo design detail submission in the form to the left.
Price includes initial mock up of 2 versions, 1 round of changes to the 1 logo you choose + final files formatted for any vendor to work with (PSD, EPS, JPG and PDF).
Additional change requests = $35 ea.
Use the form to submit your logo order + notes.
*IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT COLOR + OUR LOGO FILES:
Your order includes 2 versions of the same image: RGB.jpg + CMYK.pdf. You will notice a slight color variation between the two versions. The CMYK image colors will likely look slightly odd when viewed on your computer screen, because it is modeled for print, not screen use. This is not an error, but due to the fact that screens and print render color using different kinds of color modeling; however, the actual colors used are identical.
RGB images are typically used for the web.
If you plan to use your logo online, you'll want to use the RGB.JPG file.
CMYK images are typically used for print.
If you plan to print your logo, you'll want to use the CMYK.PDF file.
WHICH FILE TYPE SHOULD I USE?
Of course, like any rules, the ones above have their exceptions, so before sending files to any other vendors, please be sure to confirm with them which file type they need (RGB or CMYK). Only they can tell you for sure which file type is best for them.
One notable exception to the CMYK-print rule is www.stamps.com. Because they do most of their work over the web, they actually do print from RGB files, so if you have ordered a stamp image from us, those are created as RGB.jpg files, even thought they are created specifically for the purpose of being printed because we already know that’s what works best at www.stamps.com.
Hope this helps, and thank you again for choosing Sarah Schwartz!