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"Wedding Paper Divas is a fantastic company! I ordered my wedding invitations from them and they look amazing!! They were delivered fast, they actually arrived before the expected date and were packaged very professionally. They have a designer look over everything before they're printed and they tell you if any corrections need to be made. I would definitely recommend Wedding Paper Divas to anyone looking for quality products at an affordable price."
"This is a great option for established couples making a public commitment. It feels very modern and fresh, but the paper and color give it a laid-back feel. It's a paper blend, so it comes out more grey and textured than a clean white card. The back detail is optional, but I would go for it!"
"The quality of this paper is very good. I was so surprised to feel the weight of each card, not flimsy at all. The colours and print are really beautifully done. I also found the entire process very simple and easy. I made a couple changes to the template to customize it to my own needs and they replied right back to me with the changes that I made which was so nice not to have to wait. I also chose the pocket card and glued the invites inside so the pock a dot back is not visible, which I found suited us and our wedding design perfectly!"
"We liked this invitation because of the clear cut message it sends. It goes against the traditional wedding invitation in just about every way. We like that we were able to customize the text to read how we wanted and we weren't stuck with the one that came. The free colors were limited, but we were able to make them work for us without paying for a custom color. They are thick and hefty and the printing is very professionally done. We can't wait to send them out and get the reactions of the recipients."
"As stated by others...there are a few little rust-like splotches on the cards. At first I was surprised and concerned, but then I realized it was intended to make the card look more rustic and antiqued. You can't really see them in the preview, because they are subtle and are not intrusive to the design. It goes along with the casual feel of the invite."