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Amy Adele Invitations


This summer, we will be hosting the family 4th of July party in our backyard.  It's going to be a lot of fun and to get the party started, Amy Adele provided us with invitations to customize.  Amy Adele has literally tons of styles to chose from!  Since aerial fireworks are legal this year in Utah (waahooooo!!) we chose the fireworks party invitations.  Aren't they adorable!


The customization process at Amy Adele is very easy and you can change your text, font colors, styles, etc.  You can really create invitations that are perfect for your event or party.  All invitations are printed on 100% post consumer recycled paper, yay!!

We were thrilled with the professional and friendly service at Amy Adele as well as the super fast shipping.  When our invitations and envelopes arrived, they were all tied up with a ribbon and safely tucked inside a plastic bag and box.  Perfect and no bent corners, we couldn't be happier.


If you're planning a Summer Birthday party and need kids birthday invites or maybe even a holiday party like us, Amy Adele can get you started with adorable invitations.  Amy Adele runs promotions on their website frequently so be sure to bookmark them and check back often. 

Happy Summer partying!!

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