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"this invitation exceeded my expectations. I had ordered a sample card before I purchased it and the final product came out beautiful! I used the Chambord color to match the theme of my wedding and it was pretty. It was not as purple as I was expecting but it was still gorgeous. I also used the Pearl Shimmer paper which gave it an extra level of class. Everyone who has received the invitation comments on how beautiful it is; I am really impressed with this product. Shout out to Alain who helped make the final product more cohesive."
"Really helpful and proactive advice from the designers (understanding exactly what we wanted), great quality product (we'd received several samples from other companies and were worried about the invites being flimsy, but these (on the premium thick card) are amazing)."
"This is truely a beautiful invitation! I edited the photo myself to match the style of the card and it turned out amazingly. My sister said it was "the most beautiful wedding invitation" she'd ever seen! It looked especially good with the shimmer paper."
"These invitations were exactly what we wanted. Perfect color, the text was done beautifully and the quality of paper is excellent. Our guest who have received their invitations, have complimented us on how beautiful they are. We love them!"
"We are using the Petal Clusters series for Save the Dates and invitations for both our wedding events. The design is beautiful and clean. We have chosen to use two different colour schemes for the two events, but keeping one look and feel across both. The one downside is that the thank you note isn't very exciting. I created my own using the Style Standout thank you note, and changed the font and colours to match Petal Clusters. A little bit of work but hopefully worth it. I also want to give a shout-out to the designers and customer service people at WPD, who were amazingly helpful and sent me a handwritten thank you note. Talk about practicing what you preach."