"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"
"I used these with the blue background for a winter wedding and they were beautiful! Everyone commented on how beautiful the invitation was!"
"We choose the "tea for two" because we used the same suite for our 'save the date'. The invitation turned out beautifully; my family and friends were impressed by the overall uniqueness of the design. The customer service was great. I received my digital proof within 48 hours, and when I noticed an error I had made, I made the correction and received a revised proof in an hour. Wonderful products and service."
"The design of the product as well as the shape is what drew me in. We were also able to edit it to suite our needs. The quality of the paper is very impressive. I am sure we'll get plenty of compliments from our guests!"
"I adore my invitations, the response cards, and the enclosure cards...they are a perfect representation of our reception and they turned out beautifully! HOWEVER...I would not recommend the gold shimmer paper option for the envelopes. I did not know ~ and it is not notated anywhere on the site ~ that these envelopes are extremely difficult to print on. They cannot be done with an ink jet printer (smears) and because they are odd sized envelopes (3x5 for response and 5.5 x 5.5 for invites) most printing companies can't do them. I had to really research...and pay top $...to get them printed...as they are not easily written on so calligraphy was out...and I really didn't want to do clear labels as that looks cheap in my opinion. I also didn't want plain white envelopes. I think they should be offered with a "brown paper bag" type paper instead. JMHO!"