Post # 1
Disclaimer: We are sending out our invitations early because over half the guest are Out of Town.
After many man hours spent designing and researching where to order the various different items needed to bring it all together, I am pleased to reveal our invitations! Hooray! I designed everything myself in photoshop, working off various different ideas I found online (thanks Pinterest) and incorporating our own personal touches. The only thing I would change, now after having done all this, would be to have bought the yellow A7 outer envelopes from Cards & Pockets instead of Paper Source so I could’ve saved $.10 per envelope. Oh well, you live, you learn!
Fonts used: Budmo Jiggler (names), OCR A Extended (everything else)
A7 Mailing Envelope Source: http://www.paper-source.com/cgi-bin/paper/color/A7-envelopes/2506.001/105.html (Sunshine Yellow)
RSVP Envelope Source: http://www.cardsandpockets.com/358x518rsvpenvelopeeuropean-flap.aspx (Snow White)
Hours spent assembling: 3
The assembly station (left) and ready to send!!! (right)
The final product!
What the invitation inserts look like. RSVP (left) and reception card info (right)
*Names and information have been removed.
All done and said, including postage for both the RSVP envelopes AND the invitations themselves, we spent $270 ($160 invitations/$110 postage) for 130 invitations which I think comes in pretty low all things considered. What do you think?
Post # 3
Super cute!!! Not including postage, our Save-The-Date Cards, pocketfolds, invitation, three insert cards, and envelopes for 50 households came out to just under $200. So you did very well!!
Post # 5
Thanks so much ladies! We’ve started to hear from people that they received them in the mail already and how fun they are! Hooray!
Post # 6
They’re awesome! I especially love the envelope liners!
Post # 7
Reading your RSVP made me want to party hard. I’d be so excited to send in my RSVP haha!
Two things: DATE TWINS! And I sent my invites last week too! I got my first RSVP yesterday and I freaked out, it was awesome!!
Post # 8
great job. they look great. what a relief to be done.
i had semi diy pocket invites too. we only had 25 invites and they were $25 ($1 each) not including postage. i got the kit on clearance and then added my own embellishments. i love a great deal.
Post # 10
that’s exactly the feel we’re going for! Also, date twins woo hoo! 🙂
Post # 12
Ok – this is is an old post but I love your DIY invites so I commenting so that I can find it later!
Post # 13
I really love them, the RSVP’s are very cool.
Post # 14
Very cool invitations. I love ones that are individual and not just generic. Great job!
Post # 15
These look awesome! Great job! And, love your colors!