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"I loved how easy it was to just put in the information I wanted and not spend hours trying to put this together myself! I was able to easily upload my parents wedding picture and really personalize this invitation. Some of the guests thought it was an ad!"
"The customer service is awesome. They work hard in making your invitiations special for your occasion. I am very happy. I would suggest that you tell folks that it is not really a photo feel - that was what I was expecting but the it did not take away from the beauty of the card it is so nice."
"These cards arrived before the estimated date of delivery and were secured along with the envelopes in shrink wrap. All of the invites and envelops were in perfect condition. I was impressed with the paper quality. These invites have the look and feel of being "green" as they appear to almost be from recycled stock (with out the random color strands you would find in other stock) My only complaint would be that I could not get these printed without the company's logo on the back. I felt having the logo and contact info was a bit cheap looking. Overall I love them and have already placed my 2nd order for another party I am throwing!"
"This 40th Anniversary Invitation turned out beautifully with the help from the website to place the photo and information on the card. We will definitely use Wedding Paper Divas in the future for other invitation needs."
"I love the Joyful Flourish design I used on my parents' 50th Anniversary invitations. It is just a little fancy but not over the top. The paper is thick and will make a great keepsake for the guests. The staff even fixed my photo so the background was cleaner and uncluttered. That really helped my parents to stand out in the picture. I am very pleased with the product. Even my picky brother gave it his seal of approval."