Post # 1
I am thinking of going the DIY route and was wondering where you bought your cardstock? What dimensions did you buy for pocket invitations (Im looking for some lavender ones)? I saw on some blogs people who use 11×17 but where do you buy it? I might be interested in buying prefolded pocket invites if they arent too pricey, does anyone know where I could buy this (if it exists)?
Post # 3
I used cardsandpockets.com and paperandmore.com
Both have awesome selections, good prices, and fast shipping. I just bought packs of cardstock, had it printed at a printing shop, and then cut it all myself by hand. BUT I think one (or both?) of those websites has pre-cut pieces.
I got my pocketfolds from cardsandpockets.. I went with their “signature” style. They were perfect!
Post # 4
@Carmabelle: cards and pockets has amazing prices and the thickness is great and the designs are high quality! I am so happy that I went with them. For plain white cardstock to print eacort cards on I went with a bulk pack from amazon that was more at home pronter friendly but for the design papers cardsandpockets is awesome! Also their website has a whole guide on what sizes to buy and how to assemble different types of pocket invites
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY
had a great experience with them!
Post # 6
I used envelopments. They were the only pocketfolds that actually fit a true 5×7 flat card.
Post # 7
The cheapest pocketfolds I found were from envelopemall.com. They were even cheaper than cards and pockets! Only catch is they come in packets of 25
Post # 8
This isn’t exactly what you’re looking for if you’re printing yourself, but I used http://www.catprint.com for my invitations. It’s really affordable, and you can do any size paper you want. Their paper selections are wonderful, and they will send a free booklet with the options. I highly recommend if you’re interested in an inexpensive printing option.
Post # 9
@Carmabelle: In case you need white cardstock, I found this to be the cheapest and thought it was nice, thick, good quality cardstock. can’t beat the price, 150 sheets for $5.