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"Thank you Wedding Paper Divas for helping me re-design this enclosure card and turned it into the RSVP and Registry Card nicely. We appreciate it! The paper quality was great too."
"Since my wedding ceremony will be taking place during a week-long Caribbean cruise, I purchased this enclosure card to communicate "Cruise Information" such as cruise booking #s, contact information, group flight confirmation #s, and additional general cruise details. I also included a link "for more information" to our wedding website. The flexibility of this enclosure card made it easier to convey a lot of extra, unique wedding information to my less "computer familiar" guests."
"On this enclosure card I had information where the reception was being held at, when, where, what time. I also put infomration about a block of hotel rooms we had reserved for our guests, if they needed to stay over night or if they were coming from out of town for the wedding. This card has lots of space to put a lot of text! It was very easy to personalize and of course the raised lettering was fablous and looked amazing! I love the little detail of the swirl on the top of the card, it added a little touch and plus it matched the rest of the wedding invite!"
"I ordered the Deep Plum Vibrate Vineyard stationary (save-the-dates, invitations, enclosure cards, response cards, place cards, and thank you cards) and everything turned out wonderful. The Vibrant Vineyard worked very nicely with the Italian restaurant (Maggiano's banquets) and the Deep Plum coordinated with the plum dresses the MOH and Best Lady wore. The quality of paper was very nice and the shipping was very quick."
"The online colors and images were exactly like the product. They were a perfect match for my theme colors. Personalizing was easy and the designers made adjustments for what I could not do online."