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"I ordered this dance invite with a few changes that were easily implemented. The proof was back for review within a few hours and my change was done ASAP. My invited arrived 6 days after ordering, I did use the rush service but was still impressed with how fast they arrived. The quality of the photograph on the front of the invite was excellent and the postcard style last lots of room on the back for details and info. Will definitely be ordering my thank you's from wedding paper divas!!!"
"This card looks beautiful with our engagement picture as the focal point. Great quality printing on sturdy paper, just as I imagined it! Ordered invitation samples because I was so pleased with the fast service and shipping on the Save the Dates. :)"
"This was easy every step of the way! I couldn't decide on colors so the reviewer at WPD made me side by side comparisons of colors. Customer service is always so nice and helpful! They came quick in the mail and are perfect!"
"This save the date was an easy choice. We wanted something simple and beautiful. And this design was just that! It was super easy to design, we loved being able to change the fonts. They also were mailed to us super fast! They quoted our shipping date to be about 2 weeks and we received the cards in one week! We are very pleased with them and can't wait to share with our guests!!"
"I loved that WPD was able to customized this card using the color I wanted. I was able to add a cute quote on the back and it was in postcard format, so it left 4 lines to write addresses. These are adorable and not expensive! Word to the next bride sending out save-the-dates, you don't need as many for as many guests as you have! If you have 150, you probably only need about half, assuming some people live together. So, my mistake was that I ended up with too many, but WPD is not at fault."