Individual, named place cards, drawn digitally from your photos from just £10 per person!
Looking for table top caricatures? The latest great idea from the Wedding Artist is to produce hand drawn caricatures of each of your dining guests, to use as place cards at the wedding breakfast. Each card is 13 x 18 cm (7 x 5′) and glossy, with personalised names and wedding date on each. My caricatures are produced in monochrome (b&w) for fast and economical production. These can each be framed, mounted or just rolled up for presentation on the day.
PLEASE NOTE: I provide glossy printed artwork, but do not provide frames, which can be easily sourced online
Cost for <30 place cards is £20 per head, 30>60 place cards £15 per head, 60+ cost £10 per head
1) Get A Price Quote – click link below with your requirements for a price from me
2) Pay Full Fee – please pay agreed fee for the artwork before I can begin drawing*
3) Email photos – send all photos in one email or envelope, each photo clearly named/labelled
Please collate and send all required photos in one go, with people’s names on each photo or file and a list of names to cross reference. Remember; I can only draw what I see, so no sunglasses, hats or thumbnail size faces please. If the photo is bad, my drawing will be bad.
EACH PHOTO GETS ONE DRAWING, NO REDRAWS, EDITS OR RETURNS, SO BE SURE TO SEND GOOD PHOTOS!
By commissioning my artwork, you agree to give me artistic license to hand produce a caricature with serviceable likeness, to the standard of above examples. This includes exaggerated features. Please be sure you want a ‘caricature’ and not a ‘portrait’ before commissioning. Finished artwork will not be undertaken until funds have been received, which are non refundable.
The fee covers up to 10 minutes drawing per person, no draft sketch will be sent, only finished artwork.
Please allow several weeks for completion of artwork, depending on current workload. Last minute or urgent commissions will incur an additional fee.
*Pre-payment is required, as a sign of commitment. Brides sometimes enlist several artists to produce the same artwork, then only pay for one (if any) afterwards, thus wasting the valuable time of many artists.