You can customize your Wells Fargo card by visiting the Wells Fargo Card Design Studio and choosing an image or uploading a photo. There is no charge to customize a Wells Fargo credit card, but you must have an active Wells Fargo credit card account that is in good standing (not behind on payments). Wells Fargo does not allow applicants to choose a custom design. Customization is only for replacement cards.
The Wells Fargo Card Design Studio’s image library includes categories like animals, nature, sports and hobbies, business and industry, and more. If you’re using your own image, make sure it meets the Design Studio’s guidelines. Images containing copyrighted material, profanity or obscene gestures will be rejected. Wells Fargo may also reject images of poor quality as well as images larger than three megabytes (3 MB).
How to customize a Wells Fargo card:
- Visit the Wells Fargo Card Design Studio and log in to your online account. Choose whether you’re customizing a personal or business card and click the “Start here” button.
- Click the “Select Background” button to upload your own photo or choose an image from the library.
- Crop or resize your chosen image using the toolbar on the page.
- Preview your design. Click the “Edit” button if adjustments are needed, or “Confirm” if not.
- Wait up to 2 business days for Wells Fargo to review your design and send a confirmation e-mail. If the design is rejected, you will be asked to submit another.
- Get your customized Wells Fargo credit card within 5 to 7 business days of your design being approved.
When you customize a Wells Fargo credit card for multiple users, you must complete one design before moving on to the next. Otherwise, you will lose any edits. When a design is complete, you will be asked if you’d like to add another design. You then click the link to restart the customization process for the next user’s card. Submit the designs for all users on the account within the same session to avoid any processing and shipment delays.
Wells Fargo can reject any photo, image or logo that doesn’t comply with its image guidelines. Examples include images of poor quality as well as those containing copyrighted material, personal information or obscene content.