(Closed) Invitation Styles

posted 10 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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367 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Basically, if you look at any of these pocketfolds, you could envision placing the invite on the outer flap instead of as you open it.  If you’re making your own, just think of using some of these pocketfold designs, but without making the little flap that closes them.  Hopefully this makes sense 🙂

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Post # 5
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344 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

nicholby: Can you take a picture of the one you made and then show us? That might help us to see what you’re referring to, unless it’s similar to one of the ones mentioned here by alli or cassie. I’m having a tough time imagining what you’re describing

Post # 6
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30 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: June 2008

I made invitations like you’re describing for my counsin’s wedding last summer.  They turned out beautifully.  Unfortunately I don’t have any pics of them.  However, if you love what you came up with, go with it!  People will love that your invitations are creative and unique.

Post # 9
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

I haven’t seen anything like that, but I think I know what you mean.  Ours is a more traditional pocketfold, so when you open it (and it opens like a book) you see the invitation on the left page, and the pocket with the inserts on the right page.  Yours has the invitation on the cover, and pockets on the inside.  Are there pockets on both left and right on the inside?

The Green Kangaroo has a style they call a clutch, which has the invitation on the front, and the pocket with the inserts on the back (doesn’t actually open).  There is basically every style of pocketfold you might want, and I’m sure that your style is just fine, as long as you like it.

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