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Yes, we absolutely do offer discounts on packages for weddings, commitment ceremonies, handfastings or any occasion which requires multiple, matching ties and/or scarves.
There's a lot to get through, so bear with us. We want to make it as easy as possible but there are hundreds of combinations of tie types, fabric colors in microfiber and silk, and ink colors.
THINGS TO NOTE
READY? Let's get started!
You might want to grab pen and paper.
| STEP ONE
Will you be buying for just the groom and groomsmen? Ring bearer? Father of the bride? Matron of honor? Once you've got the number in mind, pick the types of ties you'd like for your party, and have a first look at available colors.
Microfiber is easy to care for, has a slightly larger color selection than silk, is available in multiple widths and is vegan safe. Some clients believe silk has a somewhat nicer fabric-feel. Please note kid sizes and bow ties are available in microfiber only.
You've probably already done this part during step two, but it's worth noting that this is a good place to pick a selection of colors for your swatch card.
We have over a hundred ink colors, including metallics and glow ink options. They can be found at the bottom of the ALL COLORS infographic page found below.
Here's the info you'll need to make all of the choices above:
You may have decided on the design you want, but we definitely encourage you to have a look at all of our available designs. Please note that we're unable to offer bulk discounts on our collaborative projects and special projects, namely Ghostly International, Red Robot Inferno, Escape Artist, Let Them Eat Cake.
GOT YOUR CHOICES READY?
By now you should have a good idea of what quantity and types of ties you'd like, and what you'd like on them, and in what colors.
»I want to order a swatch first (recommended)«
»I'm ready to order my tie package!«
»Halp I'm confused!«
»I'm a repeat customer. Can't I just order without swatches?
If you know what our ties feel look and feel like, or matching color to a garment or object is NOT CRUCIAL in your wedding party, or you're matching other colors to OUR COLORS (cool!), then you may be ready to go ahead and place your tie order. You can »do that right here«.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU:
»Why do you charge for swatches?
We cut up actual ties according to your swatch request, create your swatch card and mix and blob all the inks, handwrite the info and put it in an envelope especially for you. No automated processes here, and microfiber, silk, you name it, it's mercilessly chopped up so you can see exactly what you're getting! Don't get us wrong, we love doing it, but we must charge. By the same token, we offset the saved time in doing multiple ties in the same design and ink color by giving you a discount, with no additional charge for a single variation for the groom, for example.
»I have an exact Pantone PMS color I'd like you to match. Can you do it?
Oh, a graphics nerd! You're like family. In house, we have PMS SOLID COATED, PMS SOLID UNCOATED and GOE COATED books that we can certainly do our best to replicate. If you'd like to send a couple of choices from those books, those can form your swatch too. Obviously, this goes for just the ink. As much as we've tried, tie mixing alchemy eludes us.
»You don't carry a kid's tie in the color I want. Can you get them?
Actually, when we add a color to our selection, the process from picking to tie creation to label sewing to print-ready tie runs over several months. Getting a color in good time is not easy. However, we've had excellent success with clients trimming or tucking the reverse tail on ties that will be for tots. Depending on how big or small they are, we suggest either narrow or skinny for them. Once the tie is tied on the kiddie, the end is trimmed to suit them. We ask you the approximate size of your kiddie we can be sure to print the design in the right location for a little one.
»I really have NO idea what kind of tie to order. Can you help?
The biggest question we get about tie sizes is that, despite the inch measurements being given, it's hard to picture the tie on someone. While it's not a science, a few rules of thumb are: