Red ♥ Paper's thank you cards are professionally printed on a commercial printer on your choice of cardstock and envelopes (white shimmer, ivory shimmer, white matte or cream matte). Wording, ink colors, fonts, colors, etc. are completely customizable.
Thank you cards are size 4.25x5.5", when folded. Comes with matching envelope.
- A2 envelopes included
- Pre-folded cards
- White Shimmer 110 lb
- Ivory Shimmer 110 lb
- White Matte 110 lb
- Cream Matte 110 lb
*Ships USPS first class. Orders $10+ USPS ship priority mail.
WATERCOLOR HEART | For My Mother on My Wedding Day Card & Envelope
Ships USPS first class mail. Orders $10+ ship USPS Priority mail. Tracking included with all orders.
Please be sure your shipping address is correct while checking out. If you need to change your address, please let me know within 1 business day. Red Heart Paper is not responsible for non-deliverable packages with incorrect shipping information. If your order is returned to me, you will need to pay additional shipping costs to have the order reshipped. Custom made orders are non-refundable even if address is incorrect or not delivered on time.
DAMAGED OR LOST PACKAGES
Although it is very rare, in case of lost or damaged packages during shipment, please notify me immediately and I will send you the proof of insurance for the package along with the shipping receipt. It is the buyer's responsibility to file a claim through the USPS. For more information about filing a claim, please visit https://www.usps.com/help/claims.htm
Custom products are non-refundable. Please check your printed stationery upon delivery. If your printed stationery does not match your approved proof, please contact me immediately and I will reprint the affected pieces free of charge. Shipping of the reprinted order will be the same as the original shipping method unless customer wants to upgrade shipping method. If rush shipping is needed the buyer is responsible for additional shipping costs.
Please note that I cannot accept returns or process refunds due to errors on approved proofs, regardless of where the error originated. While I do my best to call attention to any errors I may see during the proofing process, final proof approval is ultimately the responsibility of the client.