I want a Mangos Collection quote
  1. Compile your guest list first, total it all up then add an extra 10-20 on top.  It is always safe and better to have more, you never know, your invite could get lost-in-the-post or you've forgotten a relative/friend (don't worry, it happens), you then have spares to write one out, send it on it's way and they'll never know.  Some give invites to their suppliers/vendors too, so if this is the case for you then count this in to your list.  Mangos Design will always round up your figures i.e. if you want 84 (everyone included) add 10-20, so it’ll become 94-104 then round up making it 100-110. Mangos Design would advise: 1 invite for each family, if a family member has moved out for study/placement or work etc, you do not need to send a separate invite to their address, but that is entirely up to you.

  2. Take note of which design(s) you like, it’s ok, you can choose more then one.

  3. If you don’t like the colour scheme that is on show, check the details of the design to see if it’s possible to change them.  To find your wedding colour palette, Pinterest is the perfect place to search the spectrum of colours in the world.

  4. Mangos just wants to know a few more bits of information from you so please check the list below, you can copy and paste this list into an email to make it easier:

  • Your name you liked to be called by.

  • Wedding Date.

  • Expected stationery delivery date. 

  • Is this order for the bride, the groom or both? (If it’s for both then they are separate orders as the wording will change around and maybe the quantity too for example: the bride wants 120 invites for the wedding day and 200 for reception, whereas the groom only wants 150 for each event.)

  • Wedding card quantity:

  • Reception card quantity:

  • What other cards do you want? (religious, sangee/sangeet, jaggo, mehndi) and what are the quantities for each one?

  • Do you want pocketfolds?

  • Do you want postal envelopes?

  • Do you want a belly band?

 

Mangos thinks you are now ready to email for a quote but don’t worry, you are not committing to anything (not just yet anyway (😜😂) until you give us the go ahead.

But first, have you read the process? just to get you all clued up on how we do things. Click to read.

 

Now click on the 'Quote Me' button and lets get this ball rolling.

 

Thank you in advance.

I want a Mangos Bespoke quote
  1. Compile your guest list first, total it all up then add an extra 10-20 on top.  It is always safe and better to have more, you never know, your invite could get lost-in-the-post or you've forgotten a relative/friend (don't worry, it happens), you then have spares to write one out, send it on it's way and they'll never know.  Some give invites to their suppliers/vendors too, so if this is the case for you then count this in to your list.  Mangos Design will always round up your figures i.e. if you want 84 (everyone included) add 10-20, so it’ll become 94-104 then round up making it 100-110. Mangos Design would advise: 1 invite for each family, if a family member has moved out for study/placement or work etc, you do not need to send a separate invite to their address, but that is entirely up to you.

  2. Find and choose your colour palette, this can be done by searching the net (Pinterest is a great place to start, take screen shots) you can even sift through wedding magazines (Indian and English ones so then take pictures of it or scan them in) to find your perfect palette. This then will run throughout your stationery, maybe even the decor in your home, possibly your outfits, your family outfits or your bridesmaids.

  3. Have a theme for your wedding. Start by what season you are getting married in, for example: if you are having a late September, October or early November wedding then maybe an autumn theme, this also could help a lot with the colours too. If you feel the colours do not suit you then this is where Mangos artistic licensing comes in to play to mix things up and make it unique, all you have to do is let us know.

  4. Mangos just wants to know a few more bits of information from you so please check the list below, you can copy and paste this list into an email to make it easier:

  • Your name you liked to be called by.

  • Wedding Date.

  • Expected stationery delivery date. 

  • Is this order for the bride, the groom or both? (If it’s for both then they are separate orders as the wording will change around and maybe the quantity too for example: the bride wants 120 invites for the wedding day and 200 for reception, whereas the groom only wants 150 for each event.)

  • Wedding card quantity:

  • Reception card quantity:

  • What other cards do you want? (religious, sangee/sangeet, jaggo, mehndi) and what are the quantities for each one?

  • Do you want pocketfolds?

  • Do you want postal envelopes?

  • Do you want a belly band?

Don’t forget to attach any pictures of colour swatches you like and the style of invites, patterns, themes, etc.

 

Right, so, Mangos thinks you are now ready to email for a quote but don’t worry, you are not committing to anything (not just yet anyway (😜😂) until you give us the go ahead.

But first, have you read the process? just to get you all clued up on how we do things. Click to read.

 

Now click on the 'Quote Me' button and lets get this ball rolling.

 

Thank you in advance.

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