"The wedding invitations I ordered were so beautiful. I was hesitant to order online with out seeing the invitation in person first but when it came in it looked exactly how it did on the website. The paper has a nice weight and feel to it. And I'm happy I took the designers suggestion when the proof was sent to me to approve it. After approving it, the invitations arrived quickly in a nice box and packaged well. I would recommend this service to brides in the future."
"We are having a small (60), romantic garden wedding in a historical property in the summer. The invitation matches my colors of ivory, celadon, pinkberry, and ivory. We are having a semi-formal, traditional event and its just the perfect design. It's elegant without being stuffy. I received wonderful feedback from my guests! I definitely suggest ordering the gold envelopes or at least the gold lining. We used the rose forever stamps and ordered address labels for the finishing touch."
"It took me a long time to decide on this wedding invitation. I originally chose this design because it was a simple design with a simple elegant font. After playing around with the colors, GunMetal was the perfect color and design because it has the rustic theme that my fiance and i had for our winery wedding. After we ordered the sample card and saw it, we knew we wanted the gunmetal design for our invitations. It has such a perfect rustic wood charm that matched our centerpiece boxes perfectly along with the grain in the wine barrels throughout our ceremony and reception. The Design team did a great job with my requests and they actually had them delivered to my doorstep 5 days sooner than what was estimated!"
"I chose this for my wedding invitations, and am thrilled with the weight of the cardstock and how vibrant the color is. I just ordered the rsvp and directions cards too!"
"Such a beautiful invitation! I love the purple and white on black--it makes it so elegant. We went with the envelopements and love the way they turned out. One thing to remember is to put the tape on the back of the invitation itself, not on the envelopment, as this is the only way the invitation will stay in place."