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"I thought this was the perfect card for a relationship that has gone on for quite a while. I used the wedding colors in the card. The direction card has some body to it which I think is good for folks who need the printed card."
"You can change whatever you need to on these invites. We changed the directions to information. And then just included information on where to book a place to stay and what restaurants where around. Plus it was a good way to provide activities for people to do and other little information."
"Loved these little insert cards to display our website and hotel information. They weren't too expensive and allowed us to add that info without cluttering the invite with it. I think I used pearlescent paper, but quality was great! . For our invitations as a whole, we got comments like ours: "I just got my invitation and I just have to say that is the most beautiful wedding invitation I've ever received. Thank you for letting me be a part of your special day." "We got your wedding invitation this weekend and I just wanted to tell you that it is absolutely gorgeous! Eddie and I ooohed an aaahed over it and then I brought it to my parents' house and everyone there did the same. :) Well done!" "Just got your wedding invitation!!!! So gorgeous!" "Love your wedding invitation. It's beautiful :-)" "Hi! I just wanted to let you know that your wedding invitation is absolutely amazing!! I love it!!" "Just got home and received your beautiful wedding invite. Love it!""
"This insert turned out great. Good for any additional info - we used it for information regarding our destination wedding (e.g., travel agent info, dates, resort, plus our website and RSVP dates)."
"I used this item sort of backward and nontraditionally. I made my big invitation for the reception due to inviting everyone there. I wanted to keep the ceremony more private, so I chose to use this Details card as a private Ceremony invite for immediate family. Since I was only getting a small number, I rounded the corners. I chose to keep the background color on front and back. I replaced the white, blaze and baltic colors with bay and ivory on blaze background."