2015 Holiday Deadline Announcement

Need albums, frames or packaging for holiday gifts? Please make sure you review our holiday order deadlines so you get your orders and gifts on time!

Albums:
November 25th for ground shipping
December 4th for overnight shipping (extra fees apply)

*Please note: holiday deadlines only apply to regular album orders and do not apply to sample album orders.

Frame Shop:
December 7th for ground shipping

*Please note: In the rare chance that damage occurs during shipping, we unfortunately cannot guarantee replacements to arrive by December 24th. All replacements are shipped via the original shipping method. Please allow for extra time if an order is absolutely needed by December 24th. 

Paper Shop:
December 14th for ground shipping*
December 16th for overnight shipping*
*Only applicable to orders without embossing.

Embossing Orders: December 7th for ground shipping
Embossing Orders: December 9th for overnight shipping

All deadlines guarantee shipment date on or before December 23rd, pending no shipping delays.

Please note: We are not responsible for delays that occur via UPS or FedEx due to weather or extreme circumstances that are out of our control. We will notify you if there are any orders heavily delayed after being processed and shipped.

HOLIDAY CLOSURES:
Design Aglow Albums, Frames and Packaging departments will be closed from December 23rd, 2015 through January 1st, 2016. There will be limited customer service during this time and shipping will resume on January 4th, 2016. Please allow up to 48 hours response for any customer service inquiries. 




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