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"Even though this is part of a wedding invitation ensemble, we have changed some of the wording and are using it as an invite and response to our huge after party at a different location immediately following the wedding. Having a guest list way longer than the wedding venue will accommodate, this is the perfect way to include those friends we want to be a part of our special day."
"These were wonderful! We didn't' have a use for the entree choice, and instead added an email reply line. They turned out great and the professional designer edited our etiquette and spelling!"
"I got the navy & gray version, in the Pearl Shimmer paper. I also had them add text and a line after ACCEPTS that says "Number of guests attending"...so guests can tell me how many people are coming. And instead of an entree, I had them create a Song Request line. They were SO great customizing everything for me...got back to me very quickly via email. I initially was going to get just the default white matte paper, but when I got my sample--it felt really cheap. Maybe if it would've had thermography or something different than digital font it would've been fine...but I decided to upgrade as the Pearl paper felt better. Colors are great."
"I ordered these response cards for my son's wedding rehearsal dinner. A product designer worked with me to make sure the ink colors matched the invitations we ordered. The paper is thick and the printing was very professional. I love how fun and whimsical they are, and our guests really enjoyed them."
"I ordered these RSVP cards to match our wedding invites, and was able to work with the designer to customize the bottom half of the card for no additional fee. Instead of entree options, we added additional, humorous reply options, and are guests are loving them! It was cool to be able to put our personal touch on the cards instead of going with something entirely pre-designed."