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"My save-the-dates come out beautifully. I really fell in love with the design since it went perfectly with the fact I'm getting married in a park. The colors are so rich. The fact that it came in a postcard option was great (less money and less paper waste), as was being able to but so many photos on it. The customer service representative was very nice when they contacted me that one of the photos might not be satisfactory since it was a bit blurry. I ended up using it anyway, not realizing they would be further edited by Wedding Paper Divas so when I opened the box I really was amazed with how well they looked."
"I got these for my upcoming wedding and I absolutely love them! The design was perfect for my vintage/garden theme. The paper quality was great. My only complaint was on one of the smaller photos.. It didn't seem to have the best resolution but it's still fine. Wedding Paper Divas was great to work with. I would recommend these!"
"I loved the fact that I could change the fonts to be the same for a traditional look. The option of adding 3 photos (we did one of each venue : hotel, church, reception site) because they are all beautiful buildings. This card was perfect for a "mature" couple having a second wedding."
"We loved this card, and it allowed us to showcase pictures of us as a couple but not in overly show-y way. The quality was great too - thick card stock that went through the mail well.. the designer helped us keep all our text within the specified area. Postcards are a great choice if you're looking to save money too -- postage is less than a regular stamp!"
"Love the post card! I actually ordered some magnet save the dates, and some post card save the dates, and I can't decide which one I like better. The only issue (which has nothing to do with this company) is that USPS has not introduced the 34 cent stamps yet, so I had to use multiple (kind of ugly) stamps for correct postage."