Post # 1
hi bees. i originally wanted to assemble my invitations in a pocket folder, with corresponding rsvp, map and reception cards. it turns out i don’t need that many cards anymore so that set up might be too much. i’m having a hard time deciding how to assemble my invites, it will just be a 5×7 invite and an rsvp card.
show me your assembled invitation, or inspirations to help me out!
Post # 3
Sorry I didnt read the whole post first! I had the same trouble but just ended up with the pocket card. I had tried placing the rvsp on top of the invite and tieing it with a ribbon but the rsvp was too small and making the ribbon tight made the paper bend
Post # 4
@LPitty: Love the onine RSVP option. We toyed with this idea but with 65% of our guests over the age of 55 it didn’t seem wise. Cute!
Post # 5
@AirForceWife78: thanks! thankfully most of our guests are pretty computer savy. I was happy to save the money on the stamps
Post # 6
This is mine! I ordered from Storkie.com
Post # 7
I wish I had thought to take a picture of the full suite before stuffing all the envelopes and sealing them…. But here is what our main invite looks like (this was the sample).
Post # 8
I have two sets of invites (long story short, my mom needed 30 extra invites that she didn’t tell me about). These were designed, printed, cut and assembled by me.