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"I was very satisfied with the product I received. The colors were very vibrant and looked just like the photograph. I was able to read everything clearly over the photo and on the back of the card. Would def. recommend using wedding paper divas!!"
"My postcards came out perfectly. The quality was great and they even shipped a few days before my estimated shipping date which always makes me love a purchase more! Seeing our save the date printed and personalized was the best feeling ever and everyone loved them. So worth it!"
"Really cute postcard save the date. Size felt a little smaller than expected, but still great! Card would be better if it had you put your return address on the back, because we forgot to put in free text and will now have to hand write on all of them!!"
"We went with a postcard save the date to save a little on postage and I loved how they came out. Colors were perfect. My only issue was that the address lines were very small and I had to really squeeze in some of the longer names, it's a little smaller than a regular postcard so that may be why. Other than that I am very happy and everyone has commented on how great they look."
"I haven't sent these out yet, but I'm very happy with how they turned out. The image came out crystal clear and not shiny (like photo printing or trying to print on card stock at home can be). The lettering and back text looks very stylish and also clear & legible. The ordering & proofing process was quick & easy. Came a week sooner than expected (in March). The only thing I would note is that the paper is a little thinner than I expected, but still of good quality. I did not upgrade at all - I used the basic paper. Lastly, we have long names & a long wedding website address, so trying to squeeze them on the back was a little hard. I wish I could have made the text just slightly larger. Still readable, though (and I broke the address into two lines)."