- 10 years ago
I think its really bad ass.
I think its really bad ass.
We will definitely use different colors, and fortunately they arent too hard to put together, i just need to get some good paper glue and figure out what type of paper to use and how to print it
I like it a lot. Is there any companies that sell this? I just can’t imagine making 100+ invitations. Thanks for showing this to us!
@jussanuthagrl: there are a few vendors on etsy who make neverending valentines and birthday cards, but i haven’t seen any vendors making wedding invitations out of them. plus, they’re charging $8.50-15/card. once we figure out how to print it and make sure it glues together well, i think we can produce 20/night between my fiance and I. At least I hope we can produce them at that rate!
Wow….$8-15?! Crazy…If you make it yourself how much do you think it will cost per invitation? I wonder if I could just have a DIY party with my bridesmaids and whoever wants to help.. I give you and your fiance props on attempting this project. Good luck and let us know how it goes 🙂
Love it. but I wouldn’t have known to keep on opening the little tabs…. until I saw the video…
@jussanuthagrl: i just found this vendor who seems to do custom ones for as low as $3.50/invite, that’s still more than i want to spend, though. I haven’t priced it out yet, but if we can print directly on the main paper, we should need 1 8.5×11 page (printed on both front and back) per 2 invitations. So it should just be the cost of 75 sheets of cardstock, printing front and back, plus a few glue sticks and envelopes. hopefully i can find a place where i can cut the cardstock for free. i probably won’t make any progress for month or more, but i’ll try to remember to update if we decide to go this route and how it went or why we didn’t!
This is so neat! I say go for it!
@jussanuthagrl: oops, i forgot to include the vendor link, http://www.etsy.com/listing/50093777/neverending-rubiks-rugged-invitation?ref=sr_gallery_1&sref=&ga_search_submit=&ga_search_query=neverending+invitation&ga_order=most_relevant&ga_ship_to=US&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_type=handmade&ga_facet=handmade
I’m planning on using this in my wedding invites also as I have an origami theme too! My only worry is whether if I can include all the details in there like date, time, location, accommodation, directions etc. Do you know which information you’re including in each page?
Let me tell you why I like this idea so much. I hate the idea of paying for all this print work, just for people to throw things away.
People aren’t gonna wanna throw that away.
@Mrs KB: I’ve fallen of the bandwagon lately, and haven’t made much progress towards these after my mother and sister vehemently opposed the idea. But I do have a draft of what it will look like should we do it, and the layout/wording will be similar to what’s in the video. I’m not worried about including accomodation and direction info – guests are directed to our website for that.
in general, the first side says our names
second side says together with our families, yada yada, gives the time and date
on the third side gives the ceremony location (which is same as reception location) on the left, and RSVP online info on the right.
the fourth side tells people that we’re looking forward to celebrating with them at the top then directs people to our website for hotels, travel and more info in the bottom area
i think this is so awesome!
Comes with a template… I hope others would still find this link useful. I’m doing this card for my wedding invitations
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