Tiny Prints provided the invitations and thank you cards and this is our unbiased review on the products received.
My daughter’s special day is quickly approaching. We have purchased her dress, veil, and fancy shoes for her big day next month. But the very first items we ordered were these gorgeous invitations from Tiny Prints. Normally I make my own birthday party invitations for the kids’ parties so this was the first time I ordered designer invitations from Tiny Prints. I knew I was going to love them because I do have experience with their Christmas photo cards.
I had been browsing the internet for weeks and was surprised that many stationery companies do not even offer religion invitations. There were so many beautiful options available at Tiny Prints that I couldn’t decide, so I let my girl make the call and she certainly made a great selection with the Whimsical Floral Tea Rose Communion Invitations. I really wanted to see a cross on the invitation we chose so I loved seeing one featured on the backside and bonus – I found the matching thank you cards!
Let me tell you, these invitations are more beautiful than the ones I chose for my wedding! We went with the Pearl White Shimmer finish paper which adds only $.15 per card and is worth every penny in my view. It adds a touch of elegance to an already beautifully designed card. Perfect for a Spring communion. I chose the bracket trim option for the card itself and self-adhesive envelope liners that were so easy to assemble.
What saved me tons of time and headaches was the option to have the envelopes pre-printed with both the addressee and the return address. When you choose this option for your invitations, you simply have to stuff and stamp and you’re done. You have a few options for the address design and font too which was nice to have. I don’t think I’ll ever do it the old way again!
With any upcoming Spring and Summer event, whether it be a communion or graduation party, Tiny Prints will provide an impressive coordinating invitation and a service that can’t be matched.