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"I requested that our wedding website be listed on the back and a proof was sent to me right away! They looked exactly how I wanted them to and they were so pretty! I got many compliments :-)"
"for this card, all I did was add our picture! The card is so beautiful I did not want to change it! The paper is durable and perfect. Everyone has loved our save the dates! They came in so quickly after ordering. Great product!"
"The entire process from selecting the card template and developing my personalized card was enjoyable and a breeze. I love how the site allows you to immediately upload pictures and try different ones in the actual card before even getting a draft. This was EXTREMELY helpful as I had quite a few pictures to choose from! Also, the card was easily customizable and the customer service rep was extremely helpful with giving me advice about changing the font style to make our names more readable. I chose the pearl shimmer paper/envelope which gave it a luminescent look. Also, having a designer make my requested changes was great as well. I needed my cards in a rush and the rush delivery service was convenient and not too expensive. I received rave reviews from the card, many telling me they had never seen one like mine (from the picture used to the quality of card). I give this site/company 5 stars!!"
"I loved everything about this save the date. The designer made sure the font color and placement was perfect with the picture we chose. It was also printed and shipped very quickly."
"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!"