"My postcards came out perfectly. The quality was great and they even shipped a few days before my estimated shipping date which always makes me love a purchase more! Seeing our save the date printed and personalized was the best feeling ever and everyone loved them. So worth it!"
"I saw this calendar Save the Date awhile back and was so excited to use it when I got engaged and I couldn't be happier with it. We ordered the postcard and the quality is great and so excited to send them to our family and friends. Sooo cute for the bride-to-be that wants something a little different. One tiny thing would be that the back lettering "wording" looks a lot bigger in the proof than in person. It seemed like it could be a few sizes up, but its nothing major. Also, totally unrelated, but would have loved if we could have had WPD mail the cards directly to our guests. I know another site does that and I would have totally taken advantage of that if it was an option."
"This save the date completely exceeded my expectations. It arrived very quickly after working with them to make a few changes. The quality of the paper is great and the picture came out perfect. Everyone who has recieved one so far loves them. Great price for a wonderful product!!!"
"We went with a postcard save the date to save a little on postage and I loved how they came out. Colors were perfect. My only issue was that the address lines were very small and I had to really squeeze in some of the longer names, it's a little smaller than a regular postcard so that may be why. Other than that I am very happy and everyone has commented on how great they look."
"My fiance and I chose this card as our Save the Date and couldn't be more pleased! The quality of the paper great and the design is simple, tasteful, and lovely. It highlighted all the important information on front and allowed us to add a personalized message (including information about our wedding website) on the back. The ONLY draw back to this design is that the address lines on the back are TEENY TINY! Addressing them took focus, as it was hard to fit full names (ex: "John and Jane Smith" became "The Smiths"). It worked because the postcard was informal, but was not ideal. Overall... love, love, LOVE!"