4aKid #Winbig 2018 Competition Sponsor – PRETTY LITTLE DESIGNS
- August 31, 2018
- Lisa Goldberg
Introducing 4aKid #Winbig 2018 Competition Sponsor - Pretty Little Designs Pretty Little Designs creates unique invitations and printables for parties, weddings as well as special occasions.
It’s that time of year again…the 4aKid #WINBIG Competition is back!
Introducing 4aKid #Winbig 2018 Competition Sponsor – Pretty Little Designs
Pretty Little Designs creates unique invitations and printables for parties, weddings as well as special occasions.
All invitations are customisable. They offer instant digital downloads in hi-resolution PDF format. This format is perfectly suited for commercial as well as home printing.
You are welcome to contact them to design something from scratch. Contact them for all your invitation requirements!
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