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"As a gay couple we were looking for something that would represent our styles yet not come off tacky ie. rainbow pride or two little grooms. We invited many of our family friends and older relatives who have never been to a "gay" wedding. We wanted to make a statement but not be too in your face. We have gotten nothing but rave reviews from recipients. These invites are classy and stand out from the crowd. Everyone loves them! We went with a blue background on white shimmer paper and made the right choice! If you go with pocket folds, realize that the invite is square and so a standard photo will not fit. We deiced to put these square invites into long envelopes and just include a photo and the response cards. It worked really well!"
"We just got our invitations and I love them! The foiling looks amazing. I wish I could have foil on the rsvp and enclosure cards too. If you are between the regular card and the foil like we were I recommend you just go for it. They turned out so great it was well worth the upgrade."
"We wanted something different and informal. This card was exactly what we wanted. The paper was nice and thick. The colors were beautiful. It was easy to order."
"Very unique stylish invite design - unlike the usual you get through the post. Striking and to the point. Card quality was very good and customer service was excellent. I am from England and the designers were very happy and helpful in changing the date format and made useful amendments. Shipping was no hassle and arrived during the dates stated. Excellent value for money as well. Overall, highly recommended. You will not be disappointed."
"Turquoise and coral are our wedding colors. This card presents the colors in all their radiance and intensity. Orange and blue are complementary colors - which means they are opposite each other on the color wheel, and when placed next to each other, make the other "pop." I love it! Beautiful job!"