Andrea Yung Toth is pure creative genius. Andrea designed our entire suite of paper products--from our STDs, invites, table numbers, wish tree tags to our welcome dinner invites (see pictures above). She is not only incredibly talented but extremely detail oriented and a complete perfectionist. We received FOUR of our invites framed as gifts for our wedding! People are still talking about the quality and uniqueness of her work.
As a bride, she took my initial ideas and ran with it. Her communication was impeccable, her style supreme and the finished product more than what I dreamed of.
Andrea's work is sophisticated and glamorous. Her designs are totally unique incorporating beautiful fabrics, beads, silver buttons, brooches to make it bling!
Studio AYT exquisite handmade pieces are worthy of museum display... -- Maria Chang of PMA
Educated at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California, designer and founder Andrea Yung Toth has a passion for all things related to text and textile. Combining her love for luxurious fabrics, unexpected elements, and fine printing, she constantly strives to produce innovative designs that reflect the unique sense of style and sophistication of each of her clients. She currently lives with her husband and her two chinchillas in the South Bay and draws her inspiration from the rich and diverse cultural landscape the San Francisco Bay Area is known for the world over.
Our design process begins with a simple questionnaire that outlines your event basics like event date, theme, colors, and feel. Upon completion of this questionnaire, you will meet personally with Andrea in a complimentary consultation or she will contact you via email if distance prevents a physical meeting. We will carefully discuss each detail of your designs and explore materials and embellishments that reflect your individual personality and voice. From there, a $150 non-refundable deposit is required to start design work and will be applied to your final total. Upon client approval of the final designs, a payment representing 50% of the estimated total cost is due at production start with the final 50% due at production completion. During the process you will be in constant contact with the designer, and we will work with you to make sure every detail is perfect for your final product.
How involved will I be in the design process?
Our clients are our single greatest source of information, which is why we have you fill out a detailed event questionnaire, so we can be as much on the same page as possible. The design process includes a materials consultation where clients have fun selecting from a plethora of fabric colors, paper stock and embellishment details. You can be as hands on or hands off as you feel comfortable with.
Collect pictures- lots and lots of pictures and bring them to the consultation. One person's idea of "modern" can be the other's interpretation of "classic" so these photos will really help to define they style you are looking for.
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