Thank you for the kind comments.
I wish there was a template! I laid everything out piece by piece in Photoshop. I think the main reason why it would be so hard to have a template is because I stretched letters to match in their groups. So, our church is “TRINITY CHURCH” but if your church was “OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL”, the lay out of the address below it would be off. Etc.
I can tell you how I gathered things:
Fonts were free from dafont website. Merit was the block font. And Channel was the script font.
Paper was bought at Michaels. Just last week they had a huge sale! $0.12 per sheet.
We borrowed a friend’s 12×12 cricut for the petalfold cutouts. We found the template here. Or… Cards and Pockets sells them too! We actually bought our envelopes from Cards and Pockets (and got the specs for the rsvp card, but printed/cut our own).
The half-circles were trial and error for proper size in the cricut software, and then we cut them in our four colors, then glued onto the petalfold for the pinwheel look.
We did buy the Zip Dry glue through Cards and Pockets, but found that it was also sold at Michaels. It was pretty good, but I may have put it on too thick cause it ran through on some, and it really sucked when I had to re-do them. Live and learn, I guess.
The stamp I designed as well and uploaded to Zazzle. I also uploaded it for sale, but the yellow one looks wrong. So, here’s the link to the blue stamp.
The price of the stamps were high, so I bundled three coupons to bring it down a bit.
We took our prototype invite to the post office before hand to get it measured right. Kinda pricey because the shape of the envelope and weight. $1.12 per but we knew what we were getting into with the shape/size of the invite.
I hope this helps!