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"the quality of the magnet is great, the print is beautiful, the colors are so vivid, the picture could be better, but thats because my picture was taken with a celphone, so the quality is not the same than one taken with a professional camera. My only complain, is that the picture on the magnet could of be bigger, the picture looks a bit small for the size of the card. In general, is a beautifuly made card, great quality."
"My fiance and I chose the lovingly laced cards for our save the dates and we couldn't be happier with them. We received so many compliments from our guests about how much they loved our save the dates:) The printing quality of our photo was perfect. This was the perfect save the date for us; the burlap and lace pattern matches the theme of our vintage-rustic wedding to a T! The designers were so amazing to work with, and I feel like they took all of our requests to heart. The only "negative feedback we got from some family members is that our last name wasn't on the card, only our first names, which wasn't an issue for us."
"I ordered these save the date magnets for my niece. They are so beautiful I got tears in my eyes. I would recommend WeddingPaperDivas to everyone!"
"The layout is absolutely beautuful! & the back is my favorite!! The only thing I would say, maybe look into the matte paper... The card is a little flimsy...but overall, I'm happy!"
"My fiance and I chose this card as our Save the Date and couldn't be more pleased! The quality of the paper great and the design is simple, tasteful, and lovely. It highlighted all the important information on front and allowed us to add a personalized message (including information about our wedding website) on the back. The ONLY draw back to this design is that the address lines on the back are TEENY TINY! Addressing them took focus, as it was hard to fit full names (ex: "John and Jane Smith" became "The Smiths"). It worked because the postcard was informal, but was not ideal. Overall... love, love, LOVE!"