"The sample cards we received were of excellent quality, but the one thing that I think would have been helpful for us would have been if they used a picture with brighter colours. In the end, we decided on going with a sepia toned picture (in another style on here) as we were unsure how well the colour in our picture would be captured. Also, while the wide band at the bottom is excellent for those with long names or who want to put two (or more) lines of text (such as their names and the date of their wedding), we found the band too thick as we just wanted to put "Tony + Jen" on it. Finally, make sure to use the "Personalize" feature. We didn't discover it until we ordered our samples, but we found it immensely useful in finding the right style and deciding on what image to use for our thank you cards. It's by far the easiest to use interface on any wedding card site!!!"
"The wedding thank you cards that we picked out captured our Philadelphia wedding with a beautiful view of the city in the background and my husband and I looking on. Understated yet beautifully elegant, the card was a way to put a final personal touch on the end of an amazing wedding and start of our new lives together. We received many compliments from our family and friends as well as future brides who asked me where we got our thank you cards. Thanks for helping me place a personal final touch to a wonderful day! DCM"
"These cards were the exact Thank You card I was looking for and looked perfect with our black and white photo. It is a very simple card but the paper feels very substantial. I also liked the amount of writing space. The card is small but when you open it you can write on three sides if you have a lot to say, or for those guests you don't really know and you want to write a little, you can just use the main writing space and fill it up quite easily. I have gotten call after call telling me how great the card was. And, because we kept putting off the ordering the amazingly quick turnaround of WPD was essential. I didn't get the address printed on the envelopes but looking back I should have, it would have been worth every penny."