Customer reviews of our Memorial Cards and Memorial Announcements
August 6, 2013Satisfied Customer
"Ordered the cards for my Mom's Thank You cards for her funeral for our friends. They came out beautiful and have been asked where we purchased them at. Just lovely. Thank You"
May 16, 2013Just Right
"Beautiful cards for our mom's Celebration of Life. Unique, & very easy to personalize. The cards are a nice substantial weight paper, and so are the envelopes, giving a very classic, rich look. I especially appreciate the extra envelopes with my order - in case I make a mistake addressing. This was my first time using this company, very happy & satisfied."
May 10, 2013memorial announcement
"I wanted something different to announce the passing of my mother in law, I liked the quality and ease of editing of this product. everyone who recieved them was very pleased with the card to keep as a reminder of her life and passing. I would have liked to be able to print a short eulogy on the backside of the card, but otherwise it turned out very well."
April 25, 2013Very nice!
"I made two of these cards; one to honor my Grandma and one for Grandpa. I was very happy with the entire product. The paper was heavy and durable. The color photographs I uploaded for the backs of the cards printed true to the original photograph; and I even used color photos from the 50's! My extended family loved the cards as well. I received many compliments and tears! I checked with local funeral homes for memory cards before making these. They had nothing to offer as neat as these cards!"
February 18, 2013beautiful card with speedy delivery
"It is difficult to choose a memorial card for a loved one because of time shortage as well as emotional trauma. Tiny Prints helped me by reviewing the layout of the card, and by delivering it within 3 days. I am most grateful to them for the opportunity to purchase a tasteful and personal card in memory of my mother, and for Tiny Print's dedication to getting it to me in time for the service. It can't be easy to ship from California to a remote town in northern Wisconsin, but they did it!"