"The classic and simple design allowed the photo to be the focus of the card. The orange border lines were a nod to her high school colors - looked great! We added text to include where our daughter was attending college as well. Got lots of positive feedback from those who received it!"
"Loved this card for my daughters college graduation informal announcement. We took pics with her books to place on the front and back. I chose orange and paired these with the stacked class mini invites that included the party information. I put the mini invite envelope in with the announcement with custom 'celebrate' label and an orange mini dot to seal the tiny envelope. I thought it would be easier for people to stick that in their pockets/purse to have the address for the party. Everyone loved them! So many compliments on these! I definitely recommend!"
"These announcements are high quality. They made an excellent announcement for my daughter's graduation party. I just used the back of the card to enter all of the details while leaving the front with my daughter's graduation year as shown in the example since I wasn't certain of the graduation date with all the snow days we've been having!"
"I am extremely happy with the product, but I received them today and the box was crunched in the middle and it put a bend right down the center of the card ;( I'm going to blame the postal service for the unkind care of my package but I would also suggest a more sturdy box to ship these in. Besides this problem, I have had excellent customer service through tiny prints and these particular cards I requested a designer make a specific adjustment to the back of the card and it was done exactly how I asked. I'm very pleased with the products and I will continue to be a customer, i just hope the packaging improves."
"Loved that these announcements came in our school color of orange. Adding my daughters photo was quick and easy. Loved the rounded corners, and the weight of the paper. Our friends and family are going to be so thrilled to see this bright, and happy announcement instead of the tired school crest."