"Ordering these save the dates was a whole lot simpler than I anticipated, and I ended up with exactly what I wanted- a cute, personal, and fun card--just like me and my fiance. The paper and printing was perfect, and they arrived to me super quick. BEAUTIFUL!"
"We just received our save the date cards and love them! The picture quality is great and everything turned out perfect. We requested different fonts/sizes to be used on the back, and the designer customized it beautifully! My fiance's only issue was the "chalk" look of the front, the black background has some white areas to give a chalk look and he did not realize when we ordered it would look like that (he must not have looked close enough!). I love it though :)"
"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!"
"We had to use a personal photograph rather than a professional one since our engagement photos were pushed back due to the weather. We wanted something simple and this fit the bill. We asked that the designer remove the "Because you love us". We thought it was hilarious but we were worried some of our guests may not see the joke. We submitted the design back another time to ensure that everything fit and was balanced. We ordered the post card which is very sturdy and should hold up well in the mail. The cards arrived VERY quickly, way ahead of schedule. The designer sent a handwritten thank you note! Wonderful service all the way around from Wedding Paper Divas."
"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."