Hibiscus Tropical Shirt Invitations
Just sent these out, everyone loved them. I thought the quality was good, I ended up printing a sticker for the inside so I didn't have to write them all out (I had about 100 going out). The envelopes were a little thin but not as bad as I thought they might be after reading one review. They are a great price and are really cute!
February 2, 2010
Very artistic Design, the guests commented that it was cute. However, the quality of the envelopes were flimsy and easily gets wrinkled. Some of the invitations are stuck together. Overall, it is okay to send to your guests.
September 8, 2014
I ordered these for my daughter's "flower party." They looked so cute online! When I received them, they were cute at first glance, and very sturdy. The inside background is not white, it's a light blue with hibiscus on it. Light enough to write on without having trouble reading what is written. I was disappointed that many of the invitations were put together poorly or had adhesive left on them. The envelopes were not only flimsy, like the others that have reviewed, but some of mine were also ripped, dirty, or crumpled. I was not impressed with this purchase.
July 15, 2012
cute but cheap
these look so cute! unfortunately they're of poor quality and falling apart when brand new.
the card itself is not glued straight, the envelopes are funky and jam my printer.
as with most otc items, "you get what ya pay for".
August 19, 2011
Exactly what I wanted but not in quality
I got them for a birthday, luau style, so they were an excellent find, and an excellent price, but when i got them the invitations were not good quality. They seemed to kind of peel apart and the envelopes weren't much better. They stuck together and were really thin.
August 3, 2010
very cool invitations
Everyone loved their Hawaiian invitation.
June 22, 2010
Everyone loved the invitations! But...
...the envelopes are one step above tissue paper. They rip easily and the glue on the flap does not stick at all. Fortunately, I was just handing these directly to people ; there is no way they would survive a trip through the mail.
May 16, 2010