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Invitations in Boston,
(617) 454-4841
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3.8 out of 5
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  • 3 Reviews


    Lindsay

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    5 out of 5
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  • After spending weeks looking for the perfect wedding invitation and viewing sample after sample to no avail, we finally turned to Pink Orchid Designs (Emilie) for some help. Emilie custom designed our wedding invitations this summer (June 2010) and what an amazing job she did! Everything that we had requested/imagined for our wedding invitations was exactly what we got. We were so impressed by the professionalism and beauty of the invitations. The feedback from our guests was equally positive - with a resounding "how beautiful!" If you're looking for a beautiful, unique, custom-designed, professional invitation, I would highly recommend using Pink Orchard Designs. Thanks Emilie! :)

    Jennifer

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    5 out of 5
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  • I looked through many invitations before I found the perfect one by Pink Orchid Designs. I was planning my wedding in 90 days and contacted Emilie hoping she could make my invitations in time. We were having a small wedding and only needed 35 invitations, which also was no problem. Emilie responded through email quickly and sent me samples this way also. I was so impressed with my invitations, they were perfect. Color, design, and quality was perfect. They were the start to a great wedding. This is the place to get your invitations if you want something that will make a great impression.

    Jennifer

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  • I had a very bad experience having my invitations done. I know that this company also does day-of coordinator services and I didn’t use them for that. My review is solely on invitation services. I thought a lot before putting this review up, but my experience was so negative, I don’t want other brides to go through it. Due to a sudden illness in the family, we had to plan a wedding fast (2 months). I saw these beautiful cherry blossom invitations online by Pink Orchid and fell in love with them immediately. We met with Emilie and everything seemed to go well that first meeting. However, everything after that was a negative experience. Don’t get me wrong, the invitations themselves were absolutely beautiful. However, interactions with Emilie after that were tense and strained. Every time I asked her for something, it felt like I was making an imposition on her. Every time I contacted her by email and phone, I felt like I was bothering her (no real warmth). My husband a... Read more

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    I posted about the cherry blossom invitations that I created for Jennifer here: http://pinkorchidweddings.blogspot.com/2010/04/cherry-blossom-pocketfold-wedding.html We exchanged around 80 emails in a period of 15 days to finalize the design of the invitations, and I'm actually stunned that Jennifer thought that I was unprofessional in any way. Emails were always responded to promptly and nicely, and whenever speaking on the phone, I always spoke to Peter, her husband, who was always incredibly nice. When taking a look at the finished invitations before sending them out, Jennifer and Peter came to my home and read through all of the addresses that I had printed out on each envelope just to make sure that they were all correct, and found one (1) that was listed as Ms. instead of Mr. for the first line. This was directly from the address document that they had sent me, and they asked me if I could reprint the envelope for them, and I agreed to, of course. They both loved the invitations, and Peter even said that the invitations were "glorious". When they left an hour later, I was really excited that they were so happy with the invitations. As for the addresses that smudged in mail, I have apologized profusely to them. I printed the addresses using a laser printer so I was as surprised as they were to find that some had smudged after going through the USPS sorting machine. I immediately contacted all of my other invitation clients at that time, to let them know that I could no longer print addresses directly on envelopes due to this one instance. I switched out to matte labels for some, and I hand addressed envelopes for others. After some USPS research, I found that the ink bonds to the paper differently depending on settings on the laser printer, and unfortunately, a small number of Jennifer's 160 invitations were affected when going through the high heat of the USPS mail sorter. The printer issue has since been tested and corrected.

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