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"Our save the dates turned out fantastic! It was so easy to edit the text and colors to match our wedding colors. When I needed to make a last minute adjustment, the customer service rep was extremely helpful. Def using them for our invitations!"
"I wanted to send 'save the date' postcards and I was thrilled with all the options weddingpaperdivas.com had to offer. We chose the "Tea for Two" postcard because it offered several different color choices for the roses around the photo, one of which was yellow (my fiancee and I had a lovely picture of the two of us surround by yellow roses.) There were so many font options to chose from so we were able to design one that was just our style. Our friends and family absolutely loved it!"
"I LOVE my save-the-date. I chose the silver stripes with blue writing, and all of my hotel/wedding website information fit easily on the back. Customer service was amazing - I had an issue, got a real person on the line super quickly, and got effective results fast. Overall, 5 stars for every aspect of this transaction!!"
"I was very happy with the final product from this Save the Date. It was simple to submit and a great price. Came packaged very nicely. Only complaint is that the print from the post card came off on each post card on top of it. Truly, it doesn't matter since the post cards were then mailed through the postal service and probably put through the ringer."
"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."