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"I thought these were beautiful and very cost effective. I should have looked at the measurements, because they were a little smaller than I was expecting, but overall I'm very happy!"
"I was able to personalize the product so easy! My pictures were not of great quality because I used two from my phone but they came out gorgeous!! The paper was perfect! Everyone one of my guests said that it was different and unique and loved the rustic homey feel! My aunt actually wants to buy a set for her daughters wedding! I would high recommend this item!!!!! The designer was great to deal with! Answered me back right away with changes!!"
"I am so impressed with the Save the Date cards I ordered. I live in the UK and couldn't find the right product on UK sites, but this site had just what I wanted and at a really reasonable price. The international delivery was also excellent and I was kept updated at all times as to when the cards would be delivered. The fact that a designer could make special amendments and then send the design for approval is really impressive. I have recommended the site to all my friends and they are all really impressed with the cards and have commented on how professional they look!"
"I am so pleased with my purchase of these postcards for our save the dates. I love the fact that I could select a custom color to go with our theme. The design process is easy and representatives are available for questions. The paper is a good thick card stock to make them durable for sending in the mail without an envelope."
"I was very happy with the final product from this Save the Date. It was simple to submit and a great price. Came packaged very nicely. Only complaint is that the print from the post card came off on each post card on top of it. Truly, it doesn't matter since the post cards were then mailed through the postal service and probably put through the ringer."