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"After searching through what seemed thousands of styles and variations of rehearsal dinner invites, I came across Wedding Paper Divas and the style Darling Rustic. It was exactly what I was looking for. Customer service and order printing/delivery were very prompt and the product is exactly as described. Would definitely do business with WPD again and have already recommended the company to friends."
"We wanted a different look to our rehearsal dinner invitations. Our wedding invites conveyed a vintage fall theme so we went with something more classic/elegant for our rehearsal dinner. The design and paper quality was what we have come to expect from Wedding Paper Divas. Seamless process!"
"Received many compliments regarding the design,print, and overall appearance of this invitation. If I were to do this exact card again I might not order double matt as it was quite thick, The modified rectangular envelopes allowed us to mail the invitations without extra postage. Thank you for an outstanding product that we were proud to send to relatives and friends."
"I thought these would be so cute for our upcoming wedding rehearsal in Nashville, and I am so happy that I ordered them! I customized the colors to a light pink and charcoal gray, and I was absolutely thrilled with the final product! I couldn't wait to mail these out, and I was so pleased to hear that so many of our guests loved receiving them too!"
"These invitations are fun to hold and look at, they are simple and elegant, and the colors go very well with our wedding colors. They arrived quickly and in good shape. The long rectangular envelopes we picked were glued on the inside at the bottom so that the invitation would sit snugly near the top of the envelope (so that when opened, the person could get the invitation out easily). The only thing that concerned us was that the glue on the inside of the envelopes slightly discolored the paper, but it was barely noticeable and nobody would care after the envelope goes through the mail anyway!"