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What You'll Get
Customizable wedding invites are a nicer way to let Grandma know that you’re engaged than leaving a voicemail gloating that no pigs grew wings in the process. Classily share your news with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $50 for $100 worth of personalized wedding-related invitations
- $120 for $300 worth of personalized wedding-related invitations<p>
The PaperDoll Store’s wedding-related invites run the gamut from save-the-dates to rehearsal-dinner invites. Designs such as the 4”x9” Summer Cocktail invite carry customizable images, such as a silhouette of Chicago’s skyline ($150 for a set of 100), and the Party Gals bachelorette invite’s troupe of dancing partygoers can be accessorized before arriving at doorsteps in pink, white, or blue envelopes ($125 for a set of 100). Prices scale by the amount ordered and by the card design, and The PaperDoll Store consults with each client to create personalized invites using the store owner’s or the client’s art.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 3, 2013. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 4/5/12. Valid only for option purchased. Online only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Extra fee for shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The PaperDoll Store
Elizabeth was in for it again. She had no idea how the teacher had known she was doodling in the back of class, and she hated seeing her drawings torn up and thrown in the trash. Each day, the teacher tried to stamp that urge out of her, forcing her to stop drawing and work on arithmetic or sentence structure. But with each drawing destroyed, new ones emerged from Elizabeth's hands, with no hint that years later she would turn transform her thesis for her Boston University MFA in graphic design into an original entrepreneurship called The PaperDoll Store.
Her passion for all things fashion and graphic led to the unifying thread in all of Elizabeth’s products: let the customer accessorize everything. Each of Elizabeth’s illustrations on her stationery or cards can be personalized, from the skirts and handbags of figures mingling on an invite to the way an illustrated bride is dressed. Figures can even be made to resemble the invited guests or to send subliminal messages about who the bets are on to catch the bouquet at a wedding. For even more custom realism, digital photo cards send well-wishes to loved ones with a portrait of a child, siblings, or entire family that customers upload and personalize themselves.