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"We transformed the menu card into an invitation insert and added the bridal party, flower girls, and reception information. It turned out better than we expected. We chose this in purple, along with the invitation and response card."
"I purchased the washed damsk menu cards and I was very impressed with their quality .The menu cards were a perfect addition to my invitation and escort cads.My entire experience with Paper Diva was wonderful in terms of how nice and patient customer service was. Thank you. Mrs.K"
"I ordered these menu cards for my wedding on May 4, 2012. I received them in approx one week. I chose a custom color and it was perfect. The color was exactly as it appeared online. The paper weight is ideal. My guests found the tag line on the bottom very cute. I would definitely recommend these to any bride to be."
"I ordered the deep turquoise color that is standard color and it's beautiful. The cardstock is thick and good quality. One thing to note is that the paper is actually a little textured, which you can't really tell either from the photo, or the proof they send, however, I LOVE textured paper, so it was an added plus for me. If you want a completely smooth card, I would not order this. It's also looked slightly more yellow on the proof than in real life, but again, i prefer this, so that works for me. Printing is good quality as far as I can tell. I was able to work with the designer to remove the Second Course since I'm only having salad and I have multiple entree and dessert options. The designer simply moved the text up and reformatted so it would all fit perfectly. Product arrived faster than expected delivery date. Very happy with my purchase!"
"We love this design! We decided to have our church programs and dinner menus match and they both look so lovely. A very pretty and classy product. The paper quality is also really nice and durable - something that people can definitely take home as a keepsake."