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"We used a colorful print that had grey background hues, which complemented the text box portion of this card well. The designer helped us center our image and optimize it for printing. We are very happy with our purchase and can't wait to send these out! As others have said, keep in mind that these post cards are on the small side, but we knew that going in and thus got what we expected."
"We are very happy with our daughter's Save the Date postcards. The design team helped us make it the best it could be and even changed the text color to match our now son-in-law's kilt! Thank you so much!"
"I am so pleased with my Save the Dates. I got them before the intended ship date, which was so nice. We have gotten so many compliments on them. The price was better than I thought I'd spend. Overall great company and great design!"
"I had my eye on this card for a long time and was so excited when I received the final product. The cards arrived quickly and looked fabulous! The quality of the paper, the printing - everything was great. The customer service was great too. When I designed our card, I had two questions for the designer. One was about the text (I wanted to move a line further down) and another was an etiquette question. The designer not only fixed the line of text, but responded to my other question within a day! Needless to say, I highly recommend this design."
"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!"