Customer reviews of our Wedding Thank You Cards & Photo Thank You Notes
May 1, 2015Elegant Card
"It is a traditional style with a romantic feel. I am getting married in August of 2015 and these will be our first monogrammed cards for after the wedding thank you notes. I was able to use the emerald green for the font color to match my wedding color and it is perfect!"
March 24, 2015Perfect Thank You's
"I cannot wait to start sending out thank you’s on these beautiful cards. They are such good quality, and they are gorgeous! The gold shimmer envelopes are just perfect!! Love love love!!"
March 20, 2015Customized Card
"Our thank-you card ended up looking completely different from the standard one, so there are a lot of options! We had a the "Curled Corners" border, a "Thanks" photo from our wedding, and our names and wedding date on the front. On the back we had 3 portrait photos. The designers were helpful and our card ended up being exactly what we wanted!"
November 14, 2014Beautiful Card!
"I had ordered a menu card to use as a Thank You card. Kristen called to help me with my ordered and suggested that I use the response card. I put a picture of us on the front and below it said Thank you and our names. On the back "Thank you for attending our wedding and for those that could not make it you were missed" Blessings & Love It showed up in 5 days. The card is beautiful and just what I wanted. The customer service was excellent!"
November 4, 2014Formal Thank you
"This thank you card is elegantly designed and finished beautifully. A metallic color, like gold or silver, on the black background really stands out, and looks great! Perfect card for a formal wedding and thank you card!"
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.