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"I loved the design of the RSVP card and it matched our invitations, but we aren't personalizing a dinner for guests - we're just catering certain foods we choose. So we didn't need the entree selections. Instead, I asked that it ask for song requests and the three lines to be numbered and blank instead of listing food choices. I also asked for a # sign to be inside the "accepts" and "declines" areas so that no one thinks to write "yes" instead of the amount. It was perfect and the designer did a wonderful job changing it to fit my needs."
"Very customizable, elegant and classy. The card stock was high quality and fashionable. The price was also excellent, since it included the envelopes."
"I sent these out with matching Lavishly Elegant wedding invitations last week and keep hearing from my friends how adorable the RSVP cards are. Went with the rounded edges..would definitely recommend that as they add a touch of sophistication at minimal cost. Color and paper quality is excellent, would recommend to any sensible fashionista."
"I can not be any happier with the finished product of these. I was so skeptical because I wanted printed perfection. These did not disappoint. I upgraded to the pearl shimmer and it was so worth it. I was very hesitant about purchasing invites online that I had not had the opportunity to view first hand but I would do it again in a heart beat. When I received the invites, response cards, etc - my expectations were more than met. Coupled with the attentive, responsive customer service - I would definitely purchase from Wedding Paper Divas again and highly recommend others do as well. Excellent product."
"Our invitations just arrived, and all the changes that the designer made were amazing! We changed the R in RSVP to match the R in "Reception to follow" of the matching invitation. Instead of having a circle next to the accept/decline, we changed it to a blank so a larger family could write how many people were coming or not. We then removed the vertical line in between accept/decline. Because we aren't having a sit-down dinner (just heavy hors d'oeuvres), instead of having entree options, we changed that to say "Song Requests:" and then added two lines underneath. We made the thickness of those lines, and the line to write guests' names thinner so that it was better differentiated from the design lines at the bottom. We changed the color to Navy, and, overall, it turned out great!"