Have you been tasked with creating a custom-made tie for your club or business? If so you’re certainly in the right place. When it comes to creating ties and bow ties that are custom made, it can be difficult to know where to start. There are so many different styles and patterns available, from sophisticated silk ties to practical polyester ties.
So as well as finding a manufacturer who can provide a smart and sophisticated piece of neckwear for you, you’ll want someone who also makes the process easy for you to create the perfect piece. Here are James Morton’s five tips to help you to get started as you begin designing your bespoke tie.
Finding the best design
When choosing a design for a custom tie, there is some general guidance that will help you. Firstly, consider your team or brand’s colours. Do you have a company crest or logo? Do you also need to include any text? It’s important to be able to bounce ideas around with an expert tie designer. They will be able to advise you on the best styles to suit your business or club branding. They will also be able to mock up some designs to allow you to easily visualise your chosen colours and patterns.
Reliable quality and service
It’s worth spending some time considering who you want to make your tie. The benefit of purchasing directly from a tie manufacturer is that you get to enjoy factory-direct prices. But be warned that this doesn’t always necessarily equate to quality. James Morton is an established UK-based company. Our proud history of British manufacturing ensures a consistently high level of quality for all of our products. We also offer a price comparison promise to beat any written quotation you have on a comparable order.
Seamless ordering process
When you order a custom-made product, it doesn’t have to be difficult or complicated. A good tie-manufacturing company will keep you involved in the process from start to finish, without you having to do any extra legwork. Our team of tie designers are always happy to work with our customers to create bespoke artwork to an exact specification. We will then always send you a sample for you to approve before a final order goes ahead, so you can be rest assured that your order is exactly what you require.
Fast and reliable delivery
When you are considering which tie supplier to choose, one of the most important factors to consider is the delivery time. Some companies will use overseas suppliers, which means that you may have to wait a few weeks or even months for your products to be shipped. With manufacturing facilities based here in the UK, James Morton are delighted to be able to offer some of the shortest lead times in the industry.
For more advice on how to order your custom made ties, contact our dedicated and experienced team today.