"This invite is very cheerful. Easy to add text message. We added a custom photo on back along with a message. A few guests stated that the card is beautiful. Great choice for young women."
"Loved this postcard for a simple graduation party invitation. It fit inside my formal graduation announcements and I also sent some out on their own. The colors are great for a school that has gold or orange as one of its colors."
"looking for grad party invites, I searched 3 sites in depth to find a style befitting my boss and her son. Thank you, tinyprints! paper quality - the paper feels like it's coated enough to serve as a coaster yet feels premium cust svc - we did not opt for rush shipping, and yet the invites in a couple days, were here as if we HAD paid for it! tips - went with silver envelopes to tie in to college colors, and also to cut through potential of it being missed with "junk mail cleansing" - when busy folks sift quickly thru their mail and sometimes get a little quick to toss white envelopes, regardless of being handwritten. also, we used the character field of the address to add some personalized words (laugh eat drink dance party), as the format was VERRRRY limited. But no complaints for the ease of designing, the quality of product, price paid and timing of delivery. Best part, my boss LOVVVVVVES them! Well done, tinyprints!"
"I'm so happy there were color options with this card, because I didn't want to pass it up over a not-matching school color. I chose Green, and it looks great. You get exactly what you pay for, a great, not flimsy card. I would also recommend pairing it with a colored envelope. They're not expensive at all; I chose silver, and my two colors play very nicely together."
"This card came out perfectly! I ordered it in the pink/purple and it looked exactly like the picture. The paper is sturdy and the envelopes are great too. There was no running ink, off colors, or problems with any of the cards. It was a great purchase, especially for the money. I've already recommended their graduation announcements to some of my classmates."