Post # 1
Just wanted to share my DIY invitation suite. I did the design (Photoshop), printing (Canon MP510 inkjet) and paper-cutting (Kinko’s) myself. My FI and family helped with the assembly.
I started designing these soooo long ago. I was so happy after going to the post office today. What a feeling of accomplishment!
Post # 3
They look fantastic! I love the map. Congrats on getting it all done 🙂
Post # 4
WOW! I hope mine turn out that good, where did you get the paper and the pockefolds? Those are my colors.
Post # 5
Pocketfolds (6″ square, color: dark blue) – paperandmore.com
Stardream RSVP envelopes, cardstock invitation backing (color: malachite), 6.5″ Square envelopes (Neenah Classic Crest, color: solar white) – paper-papers.com
Cardstock, 80lb 8.5×14 for belly bands, 80lb 8.5×11 for map/directions card, 130 lb 8.5×11 for everything else(Neenah Classic Crest, color: solar white) – paperpresentation.com
The reason why I chose the Neenah Classic Crest line is because it was the only paper I could find in a heavy weight that also came in 6.5″ envelopes and 8.5×14. If I had to do it over again I would change the 130lb to 100 or 110 lb paper. The 130 lb was really hard to cut and I am very lucky my printer took it. I have a sneaking suspicion that the printer was taking in the paper slightly crooked because the paper was too heavy.
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2010 - Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery
WOW those are amazing!!!!!!!!!
Post # 9
They look great! The lettering on the pocketfold side looks especially nice.
Post # 10
These look great! I have been seeing the wrap-around label (it looks like you have that here) and have been wondering how the heck you do it! I am having my invitations designed and then printing them myself, but I am baffled by the wrap label!
Post # 11
omg..you should totally start your own wedding invitation shop. Those invitations look so professional and classy. Grats on getting them done yourself!!
Post # 13
Thank you everyone for the compliments!
The wrap around labels are so easy! I think everyone should do them! I used Avery 8.5×11″ full page shipping labels and then cut them down to size. For my 6.5″ envelopes I made them 7.5″ x 1.5″.
Post # 15
They Look Fantastic!!!
Did you save compared to buying/ordering from a vendor?
Post # 16
They look awesome! Great job!