(Closed) place to order pocketfold

posted 7 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
165 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Envelopments has tons of options! My invitation designer is a dealer for them.

Post # 4
682 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

cardsandpockets.com has been great to deal with!

Post # 6
117 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

You can make your own! It’s not that hard!!! The design part is the hardest. I did it all in one evening for 75 invites. They all fit in A9 envelopes which take regular postage unless they are heavy…mine took .64 postage.

Mine opened top to bottom, not side-to-side.

Step 1: Go to your local art shop where they sell poster-size card stock. Ask they to cut it to your measurements (mine were 22″ x 5.5″). Ask them to use the laser cutter and not a regular paper cutter so your lines are even.

Step 2: Score your paper in the appropriate spots. Mine were scored at 5″, then 12″ and then again at 18.5″.

Step 3: I punched a pretty design on the top an bottom

step 4: fold up the bottom scored edge (at the 18.5″ score giving you a pocket of 3.5″) I used thin double sided tape to secure this. I got this tape at a scrap-book store.

Step 5: Make your inserts. I had the invitation (5 x 7″) and 3 inserts:

Info and directions: 5 x 6.5″

RSVP (postcard postage .29 = 4.5 x 5.5″)

Rehearsal Dinner ( 3.5 x 4.5″). Not everyone got this insert.

For 75 pocket folks, inserts and postage I paid a total of $33.29, which is $4.50 an invite. My friend had the same design and paid over $8 (without postage) for hers.

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