- 6 years ago
These are some invites I made for a friend of mine. The bride and groom wanted to have a monogram that interlocked their initials. For the pocket folds they came from A.C. Moore in a kit but, all we used out of the kit were the folds, ribbon, and the white textured invite cards. We added 3 layered enclosures using white cardstock (cut at Kinko’s) and added the monogram on each side. For the invite: I used a flourish at the top that allowed me to also enclose the initials on either side and added a similar style flourish and turned them opposite of each other to create the look at the top. Finished that off by adding 3 diamonds and matted the texture invite to a pink piece of cardstock as a border. Ended making 200 of these diy invites and I love them. I printed everything using my Lexmark inkjet printer.
The final opened pocketfold with everything inside looks like this: