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Polka Dot Paper Shop - Passport Wedding Invites

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Hi there! I'm not sure how to add a new vendor and review it, so I've decided to add a post in this section instead. 


I used the Polka Dot Paper Shop, located in Toronto, to create my passport wedding invites and could not be happier with the way they turned out. The owner, Jenna, was great to work with and the process wasn't too cumbersome. She was flexible and very helpful by providing advice on how to create the most appropriate design and content for us. These passports are of quality material, and feel like an actual passport which was important to us. The feedback I have received from my guests have been overwhelmingly positive. If you are looking for someone to do the work for you and give you great ideas, do not hesitate to use this company! 


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Thanks for the share!! they do look great! any chance you could post more pics of how you did the inside? And maybe more info on the vendor? There are quite a few Toronto brides to be here!

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There are options that you can chose from for the inside pages, and the company's website has some pictures of the inside at http://www.thepolkadotpapershop.com/collections/destination-invitations/products/passport. When I contacted the company, they were nice enough to provide me with a sample of one they had done in the past, which I pretty much copied. 


For further information on the vendor, please visit their website above. 


Do let me know if you have any other questions! 

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