(Closed) Help with semi DIY pocketfold invitations!

posted 7 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
691 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

@CSMA10: I replied to your other post too… Just want to make sure you get the info!

I am also doing the A7 Himalaya pocket folds. I found that if you scroll down the product page below the reviews, they tell you what the dimensions should be for everything to work out correctly under “Product Details”. It was a godsend when I found it because I had no idea what to tell my printer!

Post # 4
2742 posts
Sugar bee

@CSMA10: When I wanted this, I went to the invites and saw the one I wanted (which was a 5 by 7) and I emailed Paperandmore and told them that I wanted the 5 by 7 and to tell me the sizes of all the inserts and the backing. They gave me the size for two mountings (backing plus the invite proper) and then the size for 4 inserts. They did this for the himalaya pocketfold and the atlas pockfold. Hope This Helps.

Post # 6
4 posts
  • Wedding: June 2011

Hey! So, we bought our pocketfolds from CardsandPockets too. They should all be here on Monday! We actually had them print our invitation and 3 insterts as well! We just ordered a sample to make sure we liked the paper and printing. It’s SUPER cheap! Cheaper than having them printed at Kinko’s and Kinko’s didn’t provide the paper. It was less than they wanted for the cardstock and printing combined. I would seriously look into having them do the printing, too 🙂

Post # 7
794 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

I bought all my cardstock from paperandmore and I LOVE it.  I cut my own pockets and designed the invites in photoshop/publisher.  I was able to print them for 8 cents a sheet at office max.  Only thing that slightly stinks is that I have to cut them all myself but I am on a very tight budget and couldn’t afford them to be cut by paperandmore.

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