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"Rounding out our suite of wedding paper products, the program may have been my favorite. Like the other products in this suite, it was of high paper and print quality. We had several design requests which were easily adopted by the design reviewer. The turn around on the design changes was a matter of hours. Printing and delivery was faster than estimated."
"Wanting a program that looked like it was bordered in gold, I called WPD and a staffer went through all the designs and sent me many samples to choose from. I ended up selecting a color that was not on the custom color card, but was used in one of their designs. It come out exactly how I wanted it to. Design wise, a staffer took the time to take this design and give me other design choices- one of which I loved. I made numerous changes along the way and he responded immediately. Couldn't have had a better experience."
"These programs are gorgeous! I didn't do anything crazy to the design, I simply made one of the text boxes bigger through a designer and they were super helpful! I saved myself such a headache ordering these instead of making them myself. LOVE LOVE LOVE them!"
"Our wedding programs turned out beautifully. I love that they match the rest of our stationery and how we were able to personalize them. We changed the font a little and made it larger. It was easy to type up the inside of the program and line it up the way we wanted. We also added a picture on the back that looks wonderful- very clear and the color is great. The paper is nice and thick, not flimsy at all. I would definitely recommend these!"
"We really loved this program, and got many compliments. The dark front was very unique, and the printing makes the coloring look "soft" rather than heavy, if that makes sense. One note: when you fold the programs over, the paper at the seam is stressed and will show the cream coloring of the paper through the ink on the seam somewhat. This is not necessarily a negative though -- it made for a slightly more distressed look, which we both quite liked."