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"Loved this unique destination wedding save the date card! It's customizable, so you can enter your wedding location and the map will change to match. Great alternative for a save the date if you don't have your engagement photos done yet (which would be us) or if you'd rather not upgrade to photo cards. Lots of cool options for fonts too - I thought ours ended up looking very trendy. The color quality is great too, almost a vintage look. We received a lot of compliments on them!"
"I ordered a sample of this card on the signature white textured paper, and loved the design. However, the texture of the paper takes away from the classy, elegant, simple feel of the card. I think this design would work particularly well with the pearl white shimmer paper (I ordered that with another sample and wound up ordering our save the dates on it). Definitely worth the extra dime!"
"I really liked the design of the card firstly. But the ease of designing and proofing made it perfect. My postcards arrived as stated by the date promised. Overall very happy."
"I am very happy with this Save the Date card. My fiancee and I wanted something simple, but chic and this met our needs perfectly. We addded our hotel information on the back of the card since we're having a lot of out of town guests to give them ample time to book their rooms. We've received compliments from the guests who have received them thus far. The cards were delivered to us within 3 days of our order and we're saving on postage since it's a postcard, perfect!"
"Ordered these in eggplant. Used as the invitations bc it was cheaper (we had a very informal/budget wedding). We loved them and got many compliments on them. We had a wedding website and put the url for the site on the cards since we couldn't fit much info on the cards themselves. That way guests could go to the website for more details on the wedding. Nicer that merely emailing guests."