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Fancy Chalkboard Registry Cards

Fancy Chalkboard Registry Cards



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  • Our signature stock is a thick matte paper with a smooth texture and classic white hue. 110 lb., 14pt thickness
  • 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 shimmer paper is pearl white with a smooth finish. Use this paper to add a subtle shine and glow to invitations and holiday photo cards. 110 lb., 14pt thickness
  • This ultra-thick paper features a creamy white hue and cotton texture. It prints vibrant colors and beautiful photographs, making it top of the line for when you want to make a standout impression. 200 lb., 20pt 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


Keep guests informed with the Fancy Chalkboard Registry Cards from the Crafty Pie Collection at Basic Invite. These small enclosure cards provide enough space for registry information and are the perfect place to include wedding website information. This design also features the same vintage details found throughout the Fancy Chalkboard Wedding Invitation Suite. Create your version of this design using our exciting collection of over 100 hand-picked fonts and more than 160 colors!

Product Size 3.5" x 2.75"
Paper Options Signature Matte (matte finish, 110 lb., white), Smooth Coated (semi-gloss finish, 110 lb., white), Premium Shimmer (shimmer finish, 110lb., pearl white), Double Thick (matte finish, 200lb., white), Luxe Velvet (velvet matte finish, 110lb., white)
Included Envelope No
Return Addressing Available No
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Absolutely LOVE the invites for my sons Bar Mitzvah!! They were exactly what I wanted and so easy to create!! Would use this site again and again!! Posted on 5/16/2017