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What Should You Do If You Spot an Error on Your Wedding Paper Goods After They’ve Been Printed?

Katherine Ann Rose

Whether you worked on the design for your wedding-related paper goods—including the save-the-date, invitation, ceremony programs, signage, escort cards, and dinner menu—for five days or five weeks, there’s something undeniably exciting about the day they finally arrive in your possession. Sure, looking at the proofs gives you a good idea about what the final design will look like, but there’s nothing quite like holding the tangible pieces in your hands. That’s why unboxing your paper goods and spotting a big, ugly typo you never caught in the proofing process is so upsetting. And while it’s unlikely, especially because the majority of stationers insist on a multi-step proofing process (during which you’ll check and double-check that the information and spelling on each piece of paper is correct), mistakes do occur from time to time. According to Britt Rohr of Swell Press, “It’s the worst case, but it has

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