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"I really like this invitation style. It's simple, initmate, and gorgeous. The quality of the paper is great. The only thing I noticed with the photos is after printing, they're not quite as sharp as they are in the digital version. I'm not sure if this is because of the type of paper used or what, but it didn't ruin the invitation for me. I still think it looks good. Another issue I had was the way the invites are packaged. They come in a shrink wrap, and it's difficult to get the plastic casing off without scratching the invitation itself. Luckly, it just scratched the last one, and I had ordered a few extra, so I just kept that one to be for myself. I customized my color and wording on the inside. It was remarkably easy. I just googled the values for the color I'm using (royal blue) and put in the values. It made me a little nervous since I couldn't see it in person beforehand, but it looks great."
"I ordered these for my wedding invitations, and I am very happy with the result! The Ecru paper is very high quality and durable, and the thermography is so beautiful! I did my research by ordering a few samples first to figure out what paper and font I wanted, and I ended up with the perfect invitations!"
"This vibrant, modern style is chic, eye catching, original, just like the couple getting married. I love the front/back of the card, the font and color combinations. I haven't quite decided on my invites yest, but these invitations make it harder to choose!"
"This invitation is absolutely amazing! The quality is perfect. I could not have asked for a more perfect invite to set the tone for our formal wedding! And the custom charcoal color came out to match perfectly!"
"I personalized the invitation with simple black ink. I thought the text was beautiful and elegant and matched the simplicity of the wood grain and leaf pattern. The paper quality was great - the card is stiff and feels like a great paper. I upgraded to the rounded corners, which was a great decision!"