Saturday, July 24, 2010

A pocketfolding time

Over all the years I have been in business, the pocketfold invitation has only increased in popularity. With a variety of layouts, sizes, colors, designs, and more, you can end up with some very unique and customized pocketfold sets.

Purple pocketfolds, white pocketfolds, white, pink, and black; Linen textures, metallic textures, and good old matte.

Get just the pocketfold, just the printed card, or add in rounded corners, return address printing, monogrammed stickers and more.

Pocketfold invitations are usually between $2.50-$5.00

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Movie ticket themed wedding invitations

This post is about a design idea for a 5x7 movie ticket themed invitation set.

Naturally, there are are a lot of ways you could incorporate a movie theme for an invitation- this is just one idea!

This invitation is a white 5x7 inch card printed over with the design. With digital printing, this is actually the only way to get light text and a dark background- completely covering the card in ink.

Two drama faces hide at the sides of the ticket, and the rsvp card matches the invitation.

This project also turns out to be another good example of multi-lingual invitations. In this case, a second set of the invitations is in Spanish.

This particular design idea would also work well with a colored card stock. Below is a photograph of a yellow toned card printed with black ink.

If you wanted to carry the theme even further, you could actually have me cut out the half-circles at the sides of the invitation.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Glass Art Projects

Glass Art Projects is a company that offers a variety of kits to make works of glass art. Sun catchers, Platters, Necklaces, and more.

Check out their website here:

To get a free suncatcher, visit this page and enter in my blog's url:

Postage is about $6.00, and my blog url is ""

Thursday, July 1, 2010

A leafy invitation for an autumn wedding

This invitation set has two neat features.

1) The main 8.5x5.5 inch invitation card is actually two cards attached together. A metallic gold backs up the printed card.

2) An included small magnet with a matching design and a small red envelope.

These invitations predominately feature a red and orange leaf, but the main invitation includes a couple of additional leaves with a little bit of variation in color. This couple wanted to include several colors, but also didn't want the colors to overwhelm the design.