(Closed) Invitation paper!

posted 7 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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  • Wedding: April 2011

Anchorpaper is awesome for paper! Great prices… better than ANYWHERE else and have wonderful customer service.

here’s a link to a paper that 105#stock (it feels and looks wonderful) and they have lots others that are 80#stock

Take a look at their shop… you can get up to 5 samples for $5 (which usually they stick even more in there).. and if you can’t find exactly what you want you can email them and they are quick and great at finding what you need.

Also, you can order all your paper precut, so you can order your invites & inserts and NOT have to worry about cutting =)

Hope that helps =)

Post # 5
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  • Wedding: April 2011

I used an 80lb for my pocketfolds & then a 67# for invite/inserts from the school (where I printed) which worked for me but the 105# for the actual invite & inserts is good b/c it’s a bit thicker, doesn’t bend as easy, and gives a more “professional feel I guess.

Hindsight I would’ve ordered my pocketfolds from cardsandpockets, to save on time & sanity, but I’m really happy with what we got!.. They fit our theme and personality great!

I also really like sxc.hu for free high resolution graphics… pop um in photoshop and you can change it to fit your liking 😉

Post # 7
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  • Wedding: April 2011

lol.. yes I made my own pocketfolds… and it did take ALOT of time! I’m not familiar with a gocco but I say if it’s cost effective then go for it!

Check out the DIY section here too… LOTS of ideas and different looks =)

We also went with RSVP postcards as opposed to the traditional card… no extra envelope & cheaper postage. 😉

Post # 9
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  • Wedding: April 2011

Click on the “my pocketfold” in my 2nd post… it’ll take you to my DIY page! =)

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