Printing Wedding Invitations?

by DIY wedding planner on April 23, 2014

I am designing wedding invitations for a friend, and we have decided she likes the invitations that fold and have pockets. Where would I get something like this cut and printed? (Preferably at a reasonable price) Any feedback would be helpful!

In regard to the pockets, no we have not bought any pockets. Where would you buy these, and would the printer attach them? I am unsure of how this works. Here is the same cut as the one I would like to have printed:

Thanks again

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Pax April 23, 2014 at 5:59 pm

Check your local area for a Printer!


melissaandjameson April 23, 2014 at 6:38 pm

Try a local print shop. They are usually much cheaper than Staples, Kinkos or Office Depot. They’ll also be able to cut them to the right size. I would try a test print before she gets them all printed out and make sure that she likes the layout on paper, rather than on the screen.

Has she bought her pockets yet? She needs to do that first!

Just an FYI- square invites cost more than rectangular to mail (I don’t know what shape they are, but i had a friend who found out the hard way).

You can get pockets at:

Or you can make them with:

Also, make sure you check that you can get envelopes that you like in that size. You’ll be out of luck if you can’t find envelopes that will work/fit.


Shorty3351 April 23, 2014 at 7:18 pm

Office Max


The crafter April 23, 2014 at 7:45 pm

Consider website (stores available in some states) for a variety of card stock & folded cards w/pocket. They have many colors and shapes and sizes for DIY invitations (instructions are available for printing too):

Scroll to “P.S. Card”

They’re usually sold in packages of 10-20 per pkg. and varies from 3.50 to 11.50 per pk.

The other answerer Mellisa…….” had a good resource website too (but if they’re approx. 2.23 per pocket card, it can add up)”

Best wishes on your project & good luck!


Briana April 23, 2014 at 8:34 pm

You can have them printed and assembled by

(You can provide the pockets or the company can include them.)

Fill out the “Request a Quote” page with the information about the invitations.


Henrietta H April 23, 2014 at 9:18 pm

make your own
they are super easy with a little careful planning and you’ll save a truckload of money.

check these out.


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