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"I love butterflies since I was in highschool and I was thrilled that I saw this design in Wedding Paper Divas. The final design was so much bertter after the design review team did their edits. Paper quality & printing was excellent. All the colors were vivid and the texts were very clear. All of our invitees thought our invitation was so beautiful and unique. I added a butterfly sticker and a bow to tie it with the program in the same suit. This is just a dream come true wedding invitation. <3"
"Such a beautiful invitation! I love the purple and white on black--it makes it so elegant. We went with the envelopements and love the way they turned out. One thing to remember is to put the tape on the back of the invitation itself, not on the envelopment, as this is the only way the invitation will stay in place."
"I absolutely love my invitations. I was able to customize them easily and add specific instructions that were carried out precisely. The quality is superb and the design is so crisp. I only had 3 people looked at them so far and everyone bought they were gorgeous."
"I love the design of the invitation. It is so lovely and unique- I have never seen anyone else with an invitation like this. My only complaint is that it is a little smaller than I had hoped and my longer name required them to make the font even smaller than you will see on a sample, but for the amazing price, it it far worth this small compromise. I got the regular paper that does not cost extra which is fine, but nothing special. If you can afford an upgrade to the paper, it would be even more special. The design specialist I worked with was great and overall I am very happy with my invitations."
"As stated by others...there are a few little rust-like splotches on the cards. At first I was surprised and concerned, but then I realized it was intended to make the card look more rustic and antiqued. You can't really see them in the preview, because they are subtle and are not intrusive to the design. It goes along with the casual feel of the invite."