To celebrate 85 years of New Zealand’s Woman’s Weekly, we were asked to custom engrave olive wood spoons for celebrated chefs and bakers around the country. Although working with organic-shaped objects can often pose an alignment problems, our careful attention to detail was up to the challenge and shines through the accurate execution and high quality of the final result.
Karen was a dream to work with on this project. The finished product was of amazing quality and exactly what we asked for, it was also turned around in a very timely manner. – Emily Cryer, Marketing Assistant, Woman’s Weekly
Our corporate order process
Step One Inquire
Send us an email outlining the project. This email is also the perfect time to bring up any strict deadlines and give us an indication of any sizes, colours, materials, styling and quantities you may already have in mind.
Step Two Connect & Quote
We reach out to you and discuss more about your project and the item(s) you’re interested in. After we understand your needs, we present information finalising the request along with a quote outlining all expenses.
Step Three Onboard
Once you’ve said yes, we move forward by either presenting you with a range of fonts and material samples to select between for your custom design or liaising directly with your in-house designers on their concepts.
Step Four Payment
At this stage, we send a link through to your account. We require a minimum 50% deposit to be paid prior to presenting proofs of designs for approval.
Step Five Design
You’ll be presented with a full digital proof of the recommended final design solution. At this stage, we're able to make any small tweaks necessary to refine the design.
Step Six Production
Once final approval is received, the remaining 50% of the account is processed. We then push your project through into our production queue.
Step Seven Dispatch
After their mini photoshoot in our studio, your items will be carefully packed for dispatch or available for collection from our Takapuna studio. Enjoy!