Post # 1
I have seen a lot of DIY pocketfold invites and a lot of ones purchased. They both end up with the same look but my issue is, do i buy them or do i DIY
My whole wedding is pretty much a DIY wedding and i would rather do it that way because buying them is so expensive
so does anyone know of any websites that have pocketfolds for cheap or do you have any tutorials or templates for a basic pocketfold! Thanks Bees
Post # 3
@mlford0531: I got my pocketfold cards for paperandmore.com, they have awesome customer service and quality. For me, it was actually cheaper than cardsandpockets, but I’ve heard many bees that have had good experiences with them. PM me if you want.
Total Cost with Postage $2.89
Post # 4
I made ours because it was just too expensive to even get close to the image in my head. It was super easy, and I’d be happy to give you some pointers I discovered, if you’d like.
Post # 5
I would suggest buying them from one of the online retailers that sells pockfolds rather than try to cut them out yourself. The company that produced our invitations ordered the pocketfolds themselves and then assembled the final product– I only discovered this when there was a delay in shipment. I could have done the assembling myself!
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2013 - Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
We bought our pocketfolds through cardsandpockets.com and we’re assembling the invitations. I’m all for DIY, but it just seemed like DIYing the pocketfolds would have taken way too much time for us.
Post # 7
I tried making some myself and even as a total DIY it was A LOT of work. I did a ton of research and fond this place. They were AMAZING and reasonably priced. I still use the company for my photography studio. http://paperpresentation.com/