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"Beautiful design printed on a quality textured paper stock. I fell in love with this card in lilac. So classy, so beautiful. It felt right...for all you brides, you know what I mean!"
"I absolutely love these invitations. The paper is gorgeous and the printing is perfect. The die cut I ordered is such a nice touch! Perfect. But, if you can't print out a proof easily, then there is potential for error. So.... Advice! Please call this company to send you a proof or digital email if you need to see and make corrections on paper and not the computer screen. Super customer service. If only all companies were like this one! Sincerely, Barb"
"This card stood out immediately. Very pretty design, lots of space for text. Didn't like the original paper finish so we ordered it in the shimmery option which was beautiful. The delivery was so quick and the text personalization was exactly what we expected; the designer did exactly what we asked for and made sure everything was symmetrical and balanced when our changes were incorporated. We are very impressed with the quality of the invitation, the promptness of the delivery and the amazing customer service. Thank you!"
"The item came exactly as described - the paper was excellent quality (even textured) and there were zero mistakes with the printing. Shipped in the time frame expected. Overall, very satisfying product."
"I loved the whimsical, modern, but not overly twee design of this invitation so much at first sight that I knew no other would do. I ordered this in the orange colorway for our summer 2015 wedding after hemming and hawing between the blue or yellow as well - they all looked so pretty! I went for the rounded edges and thought it was worthwhile to do so. I was impressed by the quality of the standard-weight cardstock. Customer service was very helpful and accommodating with our need to translate half of the invitations to Turkish (though we had to place a separate order) which involved changing around the emphasis of the text."