Customer reviews of our Wedding Thank You Cards & Photo Thank You Notes
July 14, 2015Beautiful
"I personalized this card by not having our names beneath the words "thank you". My request was executed perfectly. Everything looked elegant and appropriate."
June 27, 2015Keepsake thank you
"I like how we can design and upload any pictures we want so that our guests can cherish the memories and thank yous. The card came out the way I expected."
June 22, 2015Beautiful Wedding Thank Yous
"These cards are beautiful, and the quality is excellent. The pictures we chose printed beautifully. They helped capture our fun wedding, and helped give our guests a true understanding of our thankfulness! The Wedding Paper Diva Team helped create just what we wanted. Their response was quick, and we had our cards within a week. Thanks!"
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 12, 2015Love, love, love
"We wanted the ability to have one main picture on the front and then a few extra ones inside on our wedding thank you cards. This seemed to be the only one that allowed this. It was easy to add photos and change the design. The end product is amazing and we changed the design to have a plain white background so it didn't crash as much with our save the dates and wedding invitations. I'm so excited to send these out!"
Luxe, foil-stamped cards make your wedding invitations truly shine. Each
card has real foil elements that create a one-of-a-kind impression for your gorgeous celebration. When choosing the Pearl foil color, please note it has a translucent quality due to its ...
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.