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"I used this for my wedding invitation - my wedding theme is simple but elegant and I have receive many compliments. The quality of the card and gold print is gorgeous. I am very happy with this card. I have heard some other cards were too light in the print color, but not this one. I would recommend it in gold print."
"The ink comes of a very shiny, yellow, raised gold. I love it, but it was not what I had expected. The image suggests that the ink would be matte and flat. I was pleasantly surprised by the product in real life. The paper is a very heavy card-stock with a nice texture to it, and the envelopes have a very smooth, polished feel. I am definitely a fan."
"I ordered a sample of this in white paper and gold ink. I absolutely loved the elegance of the invitation, but I think it would look even more elegant with ivory paper. The paper it is printed on, although great quality, is flat and simple. In comparison to the other thermography invitations I ordered, I tended to like the printing on coarser paper. If I were to choose this design, I would definitely order thicker paper in ivory."
"I absolutely love these wedding invites! I ordered them in blue because I have a blue-themed wedding and they are absolutely stunning. The paper quality is fantastic. The printing is gorgeous. They look absolutely extremely classy with a touch of modern. Love!"
"We ordered this in charcoal text, and were thrilled with the quality of the paper and the raised print. It had such a great classic and romantic feel. Due to the size, it was considered a 'large envelope' for shipping - but I still would not have reconsidered my order - we loved them! During the QA ordering process, we got quality feedback from customer service - including keep the text all caps and minor formatting recommendations with regard to dates. I was very grateful for that feedback. The order was extremely well packaged when shipped, and included paper tissues for separating the cards, which was a pleasant surprising touch when packaging the invitations."