- 9 years ago
- Wedding: April 2009
I got the chocolate pocket invtie kit from Michael’s with a 40% off coupon (which can be found in their sunday ad in the paper)
(They also have a blue with brown, and green with white)
So I paid a whole $25 and change for 30 invitations! The kit includes the paper for the invitations, rsvp cards, envelopes for rsyp, ribbon, mailing labels, pocket invites, stickers to seal the envelope and a handy little brochure that gives info on what to say in certain types of invitations (i.e. sponsored by parents, or bride and groom). It also list the website to go to where you can get the FREE template for the invitations and rsvp cards.
All you have to do is type what you want on the templates and then I marked a regular sheet of paper (to see how it came out of the printer) to test the template.
They turned out wonderful!!!!! It was so easy! Only hard part was trying to tie the bows (They don’t want to look like I want them to).
I would recommend if you are doing this you use an INKJET printer. I tried using another printer and it looked bad.