"The first order I placed was perfect in terms of paper quality and color quality. The paper seemed sturdy and the cream color was deep, the chambord color in the sign was deep, and the black ink for the words was as well. The two reasons I returned the invitations is because I realized I meant to have the words in chambord color instead of black and wanted to include a line I left out. Returning the invitations was not a problem (great customer service); However, when I received the new invitations, the ink saturation of the chambord color was noticeably lighter than the first order, so I was understandably disappointed. I liked how deep in color the sign had been, and the lightness of the chambord color for the words in the new invitations makes it hard to read... especially hard to read for older guests. The ink saturation does not match the sample I originally ordered back in November, whether due to an oversight in the printing process or the fact that I am planning to return the original invitations and requested the new order be shipped quickly. I loved the first invitations in paper quality and ink color. Bummer!"
"This matching response card is beautiful and simple. The paper is thick and textured. I took out all the menu options and added "number attending" and a short line. I had no problems with the changes. Customer service was excellent and I received my order in a timely fashion. I highly recommend having the return envelopes already printed. Saved me alot of time."
Date: Sep 2, 2012
Beautiful response cards
"The response cards look really great in person, on the textured white paper, and match the invitations perfectly. The paper is thick and good quality. They are not fancy invitations, so if you are looking for a casual, but still nice look, these invitations are perfect! Also, the production and delivery time was even faster than expected!"
"Response card is 50% of the size of the invitation. Perfect paper weight. Please note that the back of this card is blank, unlike the patterned invitation. If you wanted to, you could handwrite the return address and make it into a post card -- not the option I chose, but maybe I should have!"