"Everything was wonderful. The design is beautiful; the colors came out wonderfully; and they came in a very timely fashion."
March 17, 2015Perfect sized enclosure card
"I used this enclosure card for a separate Reception information card. I wrote a line inviting guests to the reception after the ceremony, and included the address as well as the overnight accommodation information since the reception was host in the hotel we blocked rooms at. I also fit a line at the bottom of the page directing guests to our wedding website for more information. I worked with the design team to customize a font size in the middle of the page and they were very helpful to work with. They continued to send me revisions until it was exactly what I was looking for. I had a very positive experience creating this enclosure."
December 23, 2014Tiny tag
"These cards are the perfect touch for any favors. They were just as I expected. The paper was a very good quality not thin at all. The delivery time was so fast even when I revised the wording. I ordered invitations too...very reliable company to do business with!!"
April 27, 2014Awesome Mini Enclosure
"I needed a small enclosure card for my bridal shower and these were perfect! A fun and cute way to add a little bit more info for an affordable price!!"
March 20, 2014Darling additional card
"Ordered this card as accompaniment to seaglass Tea Poppies bridal shower invitations. I needed to add additional information such as registry, wishing well and invite to male family members to a get together during the shower. This little card fit the bill and is perfect. I added bride and grooms initials to the back; nice touch in a lovely script."
Luxe, foil-stamped cards make your wedding invitations truly shine. Each
card has real foil elements that create a one-of-a-kind impression for your gorgeous celebration. Please note: Envelope liners, if purchased, ship separately.
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.