We are open Saturdays 9am to 12 noon. Saturdays are a great day for you to pop in and see what we do. You do not need an appointment on a Saturday.
Melita works by appointment Tuesday to Friday (all appointments are free)
Appointments are available: Tuesdays 10-3, and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday 10-5.
In brief, you should know the following about us:
We are a specialist invitation store, located in Fyshwick, Canberra, ACT. We were previously located within the Fyshwick Newsagency, and then we moved to Shop 4, 196 Gladstone Street, Fyshwick (for 3 years), because we needed more space for our huge range of invitational stationery. We have recently moved again, to an even bigger store :)
As you can probably tell from our very basic website, we are not experienced in websites.
What we do specialise in, is providing a personalised invitation service, assisting you to choose the invitations that will make your wedding or function or party special. You can find more information concerning this on the appropriate buttons on the left - wedding, corporate, parties.
We are better known for our range of wedding invitations, however we have a large range of invitations for all occasions.
Although our specialty is DIY invitations, we also provide a print service, and we offer to take all the stress away and make the invitations as well, leaving you with nothing to do but address the envelopes and pop them in the mail.
We also have a wide range of invitations that can be purchased off the shelf, ready to go - either fill-in invitations (where the Date, Time, etc is printed and all you need to do is add the details about your party) or blank invitations (designed for you to pop in your home printer).
Our next priority is to load some photos of different designs that we have done for you to see. We specialise in assisting you design an invite that is unique, so the photos that you will see loaded onto this website will be snippets of what we can do, but not all that we can. We want your invites to be different to every else's. How do we achieve this? We use different papers, roughly 2,000 in all, and different embellishments, fonts, graphic design.