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"You can change whatever you need to on these invites. We changed the directions to information. And then just included information on where to book a place to stay and what restaurants where around. Plus it was a good way to provide activities for people to do and other little information."
"I used these cards to give guest hotel accommodation information. Everything was completely customizable and matched perfectly to my invites and RSVP cards. The card size is about the same as the RSVP card but in portrait (not landscape)... it's the perfect accompaniment to the invitation suite!"
"I bought these to go with the Posh Palm invites, since that style didn't have an enclosure card. These were designed to match the font on the PP invites, and we selected the brown lettering color which matched well with the gold that we picked for the invites....together they look wonderful!!"
"I used this item sort of backward and nontraditionally. I made my big invitation for the reception due to inviting everyone there. I wanted to keep the ceremony more private, so I chose to use this Details card as a private Ceremony invite for immediate family. Since I was only getting a small number, I rounded the corners. I chose to keep the background color on front and back. I replaced the white, blaze and baltic colors with bay and ivory on blaze background."
"Since my wedding ceremony will be taking place during a week-long Caribbean cruise, I purchased this enclosure card to communicate "Cruise Information" such as cruise booking #s, contact information, group flight confirmation #s, and additional general cruise details. I also included a link "for more information" to our wedding website. The flexibility of this enclosure card made it easier to convey a lot of extra, unique wedding information to my less "computer familiar" guests."