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By purchasing an item on or on our Etsy site at, you are agreeing to the following policies & procedures of Third Coast Paper (formerly Liz Carver Design).


Basic Invitation Process

  • Step one: Purchase the listing for the quantity of invitations you want. 

  • Step two: Message or email us the color and/or wording changes you have. If you're not sure how to word your invitations, please refer to the equiette page listed here. We MAY make suggestions to your wording, but since wedding wording is personal to each couple, we wouldn't change it without your approval. Have wording questions? Contact us!

  • Step three: Once you've sent me your wording and purchased the listing, we will work diligently on your proofs until they look great! Please allow 48-72 hours for a .pdf proof.

  • Step four: We will work with you to edit your invitations until you're happy with them.

  • Step five: We will ask you for final approval and if we can send them to print. 

  • Step six: Once approved by you, please allow 10-12 days for production.



We reserve the right to print our Third Coast Paper insignia (logo, domain, etc.) on our products. Because we want to provide you with the best possible product, we will always match the color of your invitations, and will be as discrete with the coloration and placement as possible. On panel card invitations that don't have a mat, the insignia will be located on the back of your main invitation. On pocketfolds and matted panel card invitations, the insignia will generally be on the back of the additional information card. 


Paper Proof

If you would like to see a paper proof of your invitations, all you have to do is ask! Please know that printing, shipping, and approval of your paper proof will add a minimum of 1 week onto your timeline, if not more.



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