Kirsty wanted the features of a pocket fold invitation but as her sister’s wedding invitation was a pocket fold she wanted to have something completely different. It was important to include information such as accommodations, directions and a wishing well along with providing a response card and envelope. This cheque book style invitation allows room for many pages and the back cover holds the response card and return envelope. The directions page also includes perforation. A lovely combination of lace, ribbon and embossing.
With room for multiple layers to include all information necessary. Hidden behind the beautiful Peacock feather pattern paper are 2 layers, the Invitation and a wishing well poem followed by a longer layer which holds directions and information for the ceremony venue and reception details. And at the very bottom their names. The final Layer is a gorgeous metallic purple card finished off with a diamante.
Comprising of 5 layers in total, this simple but elegant invitation is held together with a piece of 3mm purple satin ribbon and silver cord giving a modern feel.
Here I’ve used Designer Metallic “Peacock Passion” along with Curious Metallic “Violette” and Glamour Puss “Diamond White” ipaper.
This design can be adapted to many different themes making it a very versatile design.
The design of this invitation came about from a photo of a cake my bride fell in love with. She wanted something that would reflect the theme of the cake.
She wanted something mainly Red but also including the black and white. The belly band with the pearl accent gives it a funky modern feel. Embossing to the side of the invitation and flap of the envelope tie’s the theme together nicely to create a wow factor. A Triangle shaped menu and place card with embossing and pearl accents were chosen for the tables.
This stunning invitation with its black embossed jacket and embossed flip style invitation wasn’t what Rhea had in mind when she came to see me, however when she saw this design she fell in love with the beautiful embossing to the jacket and the invitation. By adding embossing to the top of the inside pages added a little something extra along with just a touch of bling!
I’ve used a combination of both smooth card and metallic paper coupled with a pearl embellishment and double-sided satin ribbon to give this invitation a truly exquisite look. The invitation inside is a flip book style.
The embossed theme was carried through in her Seating plan, napkins, favours / bomboniere, guest book and Table numbers.
But what if your budget doesn’t allow for the cost of Pocket Folds? You can still have a stunning invitation with a smaller budget.
Here I’ve used the response envelope to bundle together the Invitation suite. Adding a belly band to dress it up.
By adding white labels to the black envelopes will complete the wow factor and still keep within your budget!