Post # 1
I am trying to determine how much my invitations are going to cost me. I was wondering, is the pocketfold invite acting as the envelope? Whereas you write the address and all on the outisde or does the pocketfold get placed in an additional envelope? I was just on paperandmore.com and for just the pocketfolds for 100 of them are going to cost me around $80, which won’t be bad if I don’t have to purchase additional envelopes to place them in.
Post # 6
As yellowshoe said: you’re going to need an additional envelope to make sure your invite stays together. Depending on the colour & shape of your pocket fold you’ll need to also get additional card stock to print the actual invitation on. It’s so worth it in the end though! I just finished mine today:
Post # 8
- Wedding: December 2019 - Paris, France
Our invites are not pocketfolds but our STDs were.. our postage in the states was 84cents but we put 88 to be safe. You absolutely have to place them in envelopes though.
Post # 9
I did pockets and more! I absolutely love them and would recommend them to anyone. I used metallic and they were gorgeous. Fo 75invites lots of inserts and envelopes I spent 165 total. Loved them!
Post # 10
As others have stated it would be wise to place in an envelope. You don’t want your invitation falling open, or being damaged going through postal service. As MrsRugbee stated too, don’t forget to factor in the paper you will need to print on and mat inside the pocketfold for the invitaiton itself and the rsvp. If it helps any , while you are doing your price comparison we do custom pocketfold invitation for 2.50 a suite (includes pocketfold, mailing and rsvp envelope, custom designed invite matted in pocketfold, matching rsvp, bellyband closure & monogram) No bellyband closure and monogram goes down to 2.30 a set. Maybe this information will help you as you price everything you need to do your own invites. I know it helps me to have numbers in mind to think about.
Good Luck with everything!
Post # 11
Definitely use an envelope! You don’t want all of your hard work to go to waste if they get damaged at the post office! All in all, I think I spend about $175 for 90 invitations, including envelopes.