Where can I find reasonably priced pocketfolds for DIY wedding invitations?

by DIY wedding planner on June 27, 2012

I am trying to make my own wedding invitations and would like to use the poketfold style. I ordered a sample from cardsandpockets.com, they have really decent priced pocketfolds ect, but the color was totally wrong and it looked kind of cheap. So now it’s back to square one! I looked at Michaels and didn’t find any pocketfold invitations, let alone any invitations that I liked.

I’m having a hard time finding decent priced sites online for pocketfolds and all the stuff that goes inside. Any suggestions? The colors of my wedding are tiffany blue, silver, and pink. I was looking to go w/ a tiffany blue pocketfold and use a pink layer behind the invitation.

My wedding is 9/5/09 and I stay at home w/ my 2 little girls who take up most of my time so I’m super stressed that I’m not going to have invitations ready to send out by my send out date! So any help is GREATLY APPRECIATED!

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fizzy stuff June 27, 2012 at 9:16 pm

Check paper-source.com. Good quality for a great price.

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Pax June 27, 2012 at 9:34 pm

You may want to look at http://www.envelopme.com. They have a huge array of colors and metallic’s for the pocket fold invitations. Hope this helps!

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FavoredbyU June 27, 2012 at 10:11 pm

I got mine at PaperSource…the website is mentioned by someone else who answered.

I got RAVE reviews!

Just know that they are pricey. You may get a better deal at their store (several in CA) than from the internet.

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shawnee312000 June 27, 2012 at 10:59 pm

http://amyandjoeysbigday.wordpress.com/2008/07/06/how-to-make-your-own-pocketfold-invitations/

I plan on making mine, however now that you posted this question i will check every ones sites and see which is the best deal.

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Rachel-waiting for 11/21/09 June 27, 2012 at 11:28 pm

http://lcipaper.com/

They have the best prices I found for invite stuff, and they have such a HUGE selection of paper stocks and colours, even in pocketfold types.

You can buy kits in specific colour schemes or you can just order the different layers, cards and envelopes separately, to mix-and-match. They have every size and shape (response card, matching envelopes – which are REALLY expensive to find other places) pre-cut and all the little detail stuff too (like stick-on bows and paper bands, etc).

As long as you don’t have to ship to Canada (that’s the only reason I didn’t order from LCI is that they tack on an extra $50 to ship to Canada) the prices are amazing!

Good Luck!

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Briana June 28, 2012 at 12:09 am

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