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"I also loved this invite. But I am curious if I can customize it and add any colors I want to it? I would love to add purple, teal and green to it. Then I would be for sure sold on this invite. I also did the shimmer paper on this one and loved it."
"I chose the shimmer paper and the purple, teal and green color for the sample. I absolutely loved it because those are my colors. I'm having a hard time deciding between this one and another one."
"I picked this design because it was matched the floral for our wedding and the script was nice but not too small or difficult to read. I ordered samples of each different paper option during a sale event--very helpful in decision making. The only problem with the invitation was the wording, which was easily fixed by the WPD designer. 2 days later we received the proof and it was perfect. Excited to send them out to our family and friends!"
"We used this design for our wedding invitations, and they turned out absolutely beautiful! We went with just the default basic matte paper and it fits this rustic style perfectly. It's also ery durable and a good quality paper. We love them!"
"I was very happy with this product. I chose the blaze color option since we are having a colorful spring wedding - our colors are raspberry, coral and yellow. I added one of our engagement photos to the back and it turned out beautifully. I had it printed on the shimmery paper option which I highly recommend as it makes the light gray background very silvery. I also paid to have the gold mounting cards sent with the invites but when I saw how nice the engagement photo on the back of the invite looked on the shimmery paper, I decided not to glue them together. Instead I bought some transparent gold paper from a craft store and used the gold mounting paper as a backing to make an inner envelope. I wrapped the inner envelope with a raspberry-colored satin ribbon (also purchased from a craft store since they had lots of color options) and the invites look out of this world amazing. It took a lot of time but it's a pleasure to see how pretty they are. I can't wait to get them in the mail!"