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"Our response cards turned out better than I could imagine! I couldn't believe how easy the designers were to work with--we are having a buffet at our reception so I requested having the "Menu Options" section removed, and substituted a "number of guests attending" line. The designer I worked with spaced everything perfectly, and they turned out so beautifully!"
"These were so perfectly simple! The only problem that we encountered - that wasn't a WPD problem - and was actually more funny than anything - we had a number of guests very confused on that to do with the "______ of _____ will attend" To me - it was very clear - you put a number out of the total invited (Duh!) but I actually had one person write "Bart of Lennwood PA" hahaha like a king or something! Other than the funny mix-up - these response cards worked perfectly!"
"I love this RSVP card! I would highly recommend it. When I was customizing the designs I actually am not having a food choice for the guest so I did not need the 3 different lines for the food choices. I worked with the designers and they came up with an amazing alternative. I am so excited as well to see what my guest will put on the back of the RSVP cards where it ask for any song suggestions! I think that is my favorite part!"
"This is the perfect companion piece to my wedding invitations. And I was able to forgo the sit down dinner options, as we have decided on a buffet for our reception. I will be back for seating and thanks you cards. This collection is really wonderful."
"These went great with our "we do" invitations in khaki. At first, we weren't sure about the "will you?" which can't be changed - but eventually, it grew on us. Similar to the invitations, we submitted a design request for a few tweaks which was completed quickly - and correct on the first round! Shipping was right on time! I did notice that the khaki colors were slightly off between the invitations and the rsvp cards, but it was not too noticeable."