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"I have gotten so many compliments on this save the date card that we went out. My mother left me a hilarious message freaking out about how much she liked it. Also, couldn't have asked for better customer service. I had a few questions and I was always talking with someone who was polite and patient (and calming!). I definitely recommend this product."
"This save-the-date was shipped earlier than expected and I love it even more in person. Our wedding colors are red and gold and the fine filigree set suite in red fits perfectly! I was afraid the pictures would be too small, but they are perfect for those who want to showcase more than one of their engagement photos. We were able to customize it and turn it into a magnet which worked out beyond perfect. Would definitely recommend to any bride to be!"
"We are having a vintage wine-themed wedding, and the purple/wine color along with the design was perfect! It was easy to pick pictures that fit with the theme of the card, and presto we were done. I was a little nervous to buy something like this without seeing the actual product first, but we were pleasantly surprised how exactly it met our expectations. Definitely recommend!"
"I used the online chat twice and they were very helpful. I made specific requests on what I wanted it to say and it turned out great!"
"Our Save the Date postcards came out great. Paper & photo quality were excellent. I was hesitate originally because we would only receive a digital preview of our purchase but the pictures came out exactly how I wanted it to be in the preview. I liked the postcards because it was affordable and postage for them are lower than a regular card. My only concern was the size of the space available for the delivery address. I already write small and there were times when some of the address became a struggle to fit on the lines."