Customer reviews of our Wedding Thank You Cards & Photo Thank You Notes
July 13, 2015Perfect Card and Perfectly Edited
"I ordered these thank you cards to send to the lovely ladies that will be celebrating with me during my bachelorette party. Since the card seemed to be geared more towards a bridal shower thank you note, I requested that the last line of the thank you note ("Showered with love...") be removed. The design team was wonderful in honoring this request, and even went above and beyond and re-centered the entire text so that the card would look just perfect. I was extremely pleased when I received the order, and touched when I even received a follow-up, hand written thank you card from the Wedding Paper Divas designer who worked on this order. Overall the most positive experience!"
June 20, 2015Lovely Thank-You Card
"The quality of the paper and envelope are great. They are thick and smooth — very professional. You can choose from a few shades for the "THANK YOU" words. I went with pure white, which made it brighter than the sample image. One thing about the printing: it's darker than the online image shows. It's still a beautiful purple color, just a really dark one."
June 1, 2015Lovely Work
"WeddingPaperDivas was wonderful to help me customize the card for my wedding colors and the paper and envelopes are great quality."
May 8, 2015Thank you cards
"I love my thank you cards. I ordered extra so I could have some for myself. They came so fast and were perfect. Thank you! :)"
May 4, 2015Gorgeous card!
"I really loved the design of this card! The dress is just beautiful against the soft pink background with the gold accents! Everyone LOVED it!"
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 ...
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.