Custom wedding artwork drawn to order from £150
Ever thought of Caricature Wedding Invitations or Thank You cards? Looking for a witty Signing Board for your guests? Get your wedding day off to a flying start with these humorous wedding designs, drawn to your specification in black & white or full colour. Design prices start at just £150 for the classic pose, just choose from the sample poses below or suggest your own pose and composition. Extra items or people will cost extra.
Monochrome classic pose £150
Colour classic pose £200
A2 Signing boards can be supplied mounted and framed from £220
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 brief & photos – send 3 good photos plus pose instructions
Please e-mail your preferred pose and requirements (including hair, costume etc), together with at least three good sized photos of each person (eye colour must be clearly visible), different poses, including a group shot if possible. Remember; I can only draw what I see, so no sunglasses, hats or thumbnail size faces please. Full payment must be received before work can be commenced.
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 then refundable only to the point of draft approval. The fee covers up to 4 hours drawing, further alterations or additions to artwork may incur extra costs. Please allow 2 – 4 weeks for completion of artwork, to be supplied as either hard copy or JPG.
I can only draw what I see, dependant on the photos you supply, NO SELF EDITING IS ALLOWED.
NOTE – BY SENDING PAYMENT/PHOTOS YOU ARE HEREBY AGREEING TO THE ABOVE TERMS.
*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.