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"Used blush to compliment. Increased font for brides name. Included blank lines on reverse for continuation of recipe. Recommend this be one of the standard options for the reverse of the card"
"We selected the recipe card because it's in the same color scheme as the invitations we ordered for my sister's bridal shower, so they are cohesive without being too matchy matchy. Her wedding has an ecclectic feel to it, and we wanted to make sure we respected that design esthetic. The paper is nice and thick and the shades of purple are pretty and vivid. We especially liked that there are additional lines on the back of the card in case people need more room to complete recipe directions. I looked at a lot of cards, and this was a real bonus. Overall, this is a great card, and we are totally pleased, highly recommend."
"Great recipe card. Very good quality paper. Just wish it would be designed horizontally because when you put the cards in a recipe card box, which are usually horizontal, it will be annoying to read everything sideways."
"I recently ordered these newlywed advice cards to have out at my brothers engagement party. everyone loved them and thought they were such a sweet and fun idea!! the card stock was good quality and thick and the design was colorful and fun. the bride and groom loved the special words they received from family and friends! these are a great addition to any wedding celebration!"
"This recipe card matches the invitation. It was sent with the invitation so that bridal shower attendees came to the shower with the recipe to give to the bride-to-be. The nice thing about this card was that I asked that the ingredient section be lengthened, since some recipes have numerous ingredients. This was done without a problem. I was also able to have the back of the recipe card lined so that the directions for the recipe could be continued on the back of the card."