Process & Pricing

4 verses (or 16 lines) – £40. Great if you need a shorter ceremony reading, wish to include as a poem within your order of service/invite, or wish to give as a ‘morning of the wedding’ present.

5 verses (or 20 lines) – £45. Works well for a slightly more detailed personalised poem or a framed gift poem.

6 verses (or 24 lines) – £50. An ideal length for ceremony readings at weddings, christenings and memorials as well as for a gift poem.

8 verses (or 32 lines) – £65. This is a perfect length for a short poem speech for those occasions when you wish to say a few words, or a slightly longer ceremony reading when you wish to go into detail about your loved ones’ life events.

**The above prices are for poems drafted and finalised in a Word attachment by email, though on request, I’m happy to also send you a prettier, print-ready, electronic pdf version at no extra charge. If you would also like me to print and post your personalised poem (UK) in a presentation-ready pdf format; there is an additional charge of £3.00 unframed; or £10 framed.**

If you live overseas, I can of course send your poem electronically. Should you also wish, I can format and print your bespoke poem onto card-stock and mail out to you, ready for framing (print and postage price to be confirmed).

Draft turnaround time is currently 4-5 days, though I will do my best to help if you’re in a hurry. Likewise, if you have something even more specific in mind or would like a poem of a different length; please feel free to ask.

After booking your bespoke poem via email or phone exchange and getting the specifics from you, payment is due through bank transfer or PayPal. Once drafted, I’ll email your fully personalised poem across and make any changes you wish (after all I want you to LOVE your personalised poem!). The final proof will be emailed over as a word document and/or print-ready pdf if requested. Should you wish, I can also print the poem onto quality paper, frame and post out – saving you a job!

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