"No regrets buying the invitation at Tinyprints. It's cheap but the quality is not sacrificed. The free design review is a great addition to the service. I requested to verify that the photo resolution is good for printing, and the reviewer addressed it and assured me the photo is of excellent quality. The invitations arrived earlier than expected, and packed very well. No folds on the corners of the invitation and the envelopes. I love the product and the service I received."
"I am very impressed with the product, price, customer service and delivery time. The invitations arrived standard shipping in 2 days! Amazing! Classy invitation on nice weight card stock. I kept the color and font as shown. I was able to change text in the text box easily. The blue background and white border have an aged quality because the ink is not solid...more like it was painted in watercolor. Very Book of Kells feeling to me which is a subtle and nice touch. The Celtic cross and knotwork are beautiful. The blue background is a light blue. The digital image doesn't translate the actual color well. Still lovely. Darling little hearts on cross and corners of the invitation. I am proud to send these out to my family and friends for my son's 1st Holy Communion. Exceeded my expectations! Thank you so much! Great job Tiny Prints!"
"Was able to have a secondary name added to this by the designers and adjusted spacing for me. It was beautiful! Perfect for our baptism celebration."
"I loved the pearl finish on the paper. The design is beautiful and classic. it conveyed the style of the event and our personal tastes."
"This invitation came out just as it looked online. We liked the simple, more traditional look of this invitation. The paper was also very sturdy. We chose to get the modified rectangular envelopes so we wouldn't have to pay extra postage for mailing square envelopes. I wasn't sure how that would look but, as mentioned on the website, the envelopes are designed to fit snugly. There is a stopping point in the envelope when you slide the card in so that it does not go all the way to the bottom of the envelope. You can see the edge of the card when you open the flap and easily pull it out of the envelope."