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Falling Feathers Foil Save-the-Date Cards

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Falling Feathers Foil Save-the-Date Cards
 
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Save the Date
MEGHAN MILLER &
10•26•2018 IN CHAPEL
www.meghanandcharles.com

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  • All foil elements have been removed from the card.
  • Our flat foil has an irresistible metallic shine, with a smooth flat finish. Amazingly durable, our foil won't flake, chip, or scratch.
  • Our metallic foil with an added three-dimensional, raised, effect. A luxurious and tactile option that elevates your invitation to the next level.
  • This paper has a semi-gloss finish and is perfect for producing vibrant, rich colors. It's also FSC certified and made with 50% recycled content. 110 lb., 13pt thickness
  • Our Velvet coated paper is like nothing you've ever experienced. Its luxurious surface feels silky soft to the touch with a suede-like texture. It's unforgettable. Velvet coating on both front and back. 110 lb., 13pt thickness
  • Our signature stock is a thick matte paper with a smooth texture and classic white hue. 110 lb., 14pt thickness
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Be sure that your friends and family mark their calendars well in advance with our beautiful Falling Feathers Foil Save-the-Date Cards. Your favorite engagement photo takes front and center stage, while a delightful cursive titles the card directly below. Your names and wedding details are written in a classic, elegant print for an easy-to-read and classic appearance.

Product Size 4.25" x 5.5"
Number of Folds N/A
Postage N/A
Paper Options Signature Matte (matte finish, 110 lb., white), Smooth Coated (semi-gloss finish, 110 lb., white), Velvet (soft finish, 110 lb., white)
Included Envelope Peel & Seal (No licking required), A2 (5 3/4" x 4 3/8"), Square Flap, White, 80lb.
Return Addressing Available Yes
Collections Foil
Attribution Photo by Sposto Photography