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"I love these save the date cards. The design is simple but gorgeous! Fits perfectly with our beach themed wedding. I was able to customize the color of the font, But I wish the color of the star could be changed as well. Overall I was very satisfied with this product!!"
"Ordered these in eggplant. Used as the invitations bc it was cheaper (we had a very informal/budget wedding). We loved them and got many compliments on them. We had a wedding website and put the url for the site on the cards since we couldn't fit much info on the cards themselves. That way guests could go to the website for more details on the wedding. Nicer that merely emailing guests."
"The card matches the informal yet elegant feel of the beach wedding we are planning. Personalization (font and message) were easy to manipulate. Order arrived earlier than I anticipated. My only advice is to order at least 10 more save the date cards than you need. I ended p needing two more, and the minimum reorder was 25."
"I really enjoyed ordering from here. It was easy and the invitiations look great! I got lots of compliments. The proof is definitely a plus and a must! 2 cards had tiny black dot, otherwise I would rate 5 stars in all categories."
"If you are looking to interject a bit of whimsy into your save the dates, these are perfect, especially if you are having a beach-side wedding. The flower detail looks like it was painted on in water colors, and the paper has a bit of tecture that gives it a "sandy" quality - very tasteful artisan touches. I would caution for those operating under a specific color palette that the background is more cream than yellowy (atleast that is how it comes up on my monitor). The teal is about the same, maybe a touch more muted and less vibrant as is soon on the site - a positive in my opinion, as the color scheme is more understated that way."