Pocket Wedding Invitations

Pocket wedding invitations seem to be one of the up and coming things that people are using when it comes to creating the perfect part of the start of the wedding. These are simple invitations sealed as if they are a gift for the receiver to open and look at. Once they see what is inside they will learn just how creative and fun you can be just by looking at the invitation you sent for your wedding.

Options, Options

Creme and gold ribbon wedding cake.

There are a plethora of options that one can choose form when to comes to trying to find the perfect wedding invitations. Not only do they come in all shapes and sizes, but in various styles, colors, fabrics and even ways to send them.

There is of course being able to just simply go and pick up cardstock that you will transform into the invitations that you want for your wedding. Alternatively, you can order them premade and with all of the bells and whistles simply waiting for you to address them and send them to their destinations. Some of these options include the pocket wedding invitation, which is able to appear almost gift like when taken from its envelope and opened by the invitee. Here, either they will have a protective cover on the invitation, or it will have a simple ribbon holding it closed.

bride and groom at wedding.

How To Choose

Blue aqua wedding cake.

The different types of invitations that you are looking to send are available to see in many different places. You can look online, or craft stores to see how these are made and to find examples of all of the different types of pocket invitations that are out there. Many of the different styles will be available in different colors and shapes either to complicate or to make your decision easier. If you do truly like something, but want it in a different color, or with a different design, you can ask and possibly even customize your order so you can have everything the way that you would want to have it for your wedding.

Bride laying on bed.
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