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"Pleased with the finished look of the Enclosure Card. Experienced the customer service when I had to make an edit on the card after submitting my order for printing. I received the email for me to look over and approve all the designs before it went to print, I adjusted the wording on this card, submitted the changes to them and within a couple of hours had the revised product ready for me to look over again for my final approval. Everything went very well and the finished product turned out great."
"A perfect match to our invitations. We chose not to include RSVP cards, and instead used this enclosure card for "Additional Details", where we asked guests to RSVP via our wedding website or by telephone. That way, we could tell all our guests about the wedding website, and saved us money by not having to include extra cards, envelopes, and postage. We used the matching invitations, but attached a "champagne shimmer" card to the back of each invitation to help it stand out from the enclosure card. Otherwise, they're a bit too similar, and you likely want the invitation to stand out."
"Superb customer service. I had a lot of information on the card.. making it a bit hard to read with a smaller font. If I were to do this over again, I'd pair down what I included so I could use a larger font size."
"You can personalized every word on this card. You can use it for Directions or Accommodations or Wedding Information, whatever you need it to say. The paper was the perfect card stock and the printing was flawless. The proof process was simple and quick. We received our invitations a week earlier than the original estimate."
"Great thick paper, clear perfect printing, beautiful green color (print). I didn't have time to order samples, so asked the customer service representative if he felt that the moss envelope liner coordinated with the green ink. He said yes and he was right on."