"I love this design! I wanted to incorporate lace into my wedding, but I wanted it to be fresh and modern at the same time. This invitation is the perfect combination. I personalized this invitation by choosing the "majestic" color; the color did turn out to be a bit darker in print, but I loved it anyways. I would recommend ordering a sample first if you are very picky about the exact color you want for your invitation. I was also able to personalize the font, which is another big plus. My experience with Wedding Pape Divas was great!! I already recommended it to 2 friends of mine who are also getting married."
"I ordered these in the paradise blue color for my wedding. They turned out even more beautiful than I imagined! The design is so simple yet so elegant. They were the perfect addition to my wedding. I cant wait to send them out and hear people's reactions. Love love love them :)"
"This coordinated PERFECT with my wedding colors and the style is a perfect blend of classic and modern. The recycled paper also feels great and it looks like a great quality invitation at a low cost."
"Beautiful card! Friends and family loved it as well. We are having a May garden theme wedding and I was thrilled to find this style - goes perfect. We did do a slightly darker green and black text. Plan to order place cards & thank yous in the same design."
Cutting edge in the stationery industry, our laser-cut cards come
in an array of beautiful shapes and designs, and are customizable with photos and text. Due to the unique nature of laser-cut cards, please allow for small variations, such as ...
Postcard orders shipped internationally may be subject to customs or
brokerage charges in addition to a Goods and Services Tax. Wedding Paper Divas will not be responsible for these charges, which UPS will assess at the time of delivery.
Our premium letterpress cards are printed on eco-luxury paper. This
“tree-free” paper is made from 100% cotton. Dating back to the 15th century, this traditional printing method creates a unique look by literally pressing the design into the paper.