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Reviewed by 2 customers
By Babygirlfrom Hawaii
About Me Bride
Comments about Ann's Bridal Bargains for Delicate Butterflies - Invitation:
Product Comments: I was not happy with the ordering process. There should be someone to double check the order. My print and inside envelope were two different colors because I didn't know there was a place to click on for choosing the color of the print. You would think that the print and inside envelope would have been the same color. So I had to pay another $50 for ordering and shipping new envelopes. To top it off I had to choose black which was not my color of choice.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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By ms dominicafrom New York, NY
Product Comments: Print quality great. Paper quality not for formal wedding
Wedding Colors: Pinks
Wedding Theme: Formal
By BethanyMarieBridefrom Pittsburgh PA
Product Comments: The color we chose was a dark purple. It was exactly what we were hoping for. The print was crisp and clear.
Service Comments: Prompt delivery. Customer service was helpful in assuring me that my order was going to be processed as I thought from what I created online
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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