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"I used this enclosure card as my RSVP card. I did not want my guests to mail back an RSVP card. I just wanted them to call, text or email me. They turned out great and match my invitations! I just wish they were not plain white on the back of the card. The invites continue with the flower pattern on the back which I loved and these did not. Overall, excellent quality!"
"We wanted a more complete description of 2 charities that we have selected to which guests can make donations rather than giving us gifts. This required a two sided insert card. The designer accommodated our needs fully."
"I loved the products! On the invitation I got the pearl shimmer but you can barely see it. The texture of the RSVP cards and the direction/reception cards was much better. I chose sandstone for all of my cards. Our colors are egplant and tan/sand. At first I thought I had chosen a light purple but it must have been my monitor but I loved our save the dates which were also "On The Shoreline" and sandstone so I went with it. I was afraid it was going to be too plain but I feel they are perfect! Text was made to fit I am very satisfied with these invitations I just wish there was more shimmer. Great invitations! Very happy!"
"I wasn't sure about ordering these at first, but I'm sure glad I did! They are the perfect size for a little more information for your guests. I used it to include hotel information, our wedding website address and directions. I have gotten so many compliments on this set! Definitely recommend!"
"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."