These sweet vintage wedding invitations have a delicate floral pattern. They are printed onto our deluxe eggshell cardstock and the wedding invitations measure 105 x 148mm when closed.
This stunning concertina pocketfold wedding invitation is one your really must consider.
A beautiful pattern of old fashioned roses set the scene for this vintage style wedding invitation. The soft pastel colours featured in this invitation are elegant and tasteful and the delicate script used for the writing is beautiful and refined.
Of all flowers, methinks a rose is best.
The invitation itself unfolds to reveal a set of information cards neatly tucked away in a pocket. What information cards you include are up to you as well as how many pockets you choose.
These Be My Guest Wedding Invitations include:
- Personal attention to the design and wording of your invite – including tweaks to match your colour scheme, and to fit the design to your preferred wording. We’ll help ensure your invitation says just the right thing.
- An electronic draft mockup of your invite before it goes to print – so you can see how everything looks, and request any changes. Up to two rounds of revisions are included.
- All wedding stationery is professionally printed on a high quality commercial digital press and trimmed to size with a commercial grade guillotine – no home printers used.
- Matching Save the Date, day-of items, reception stationery and thank you cards available to match all designs
- Free guest name printing (optional). If you’ve got terrible handwriting or want to personalise wedding invitations with guest names printed directly onto the invite, you can.
- Printing on the reverse side of invitations and insert cards is included – no extra charge
- High quality white or kraft envelopes included (other colours available for an extra cost)
- A minimum order of 30 wedding invitations required
A wedding invitation with a special pocket
The closed wedding invitation features a romantic pattern of roses in a soft pink colour (actually a very pale version of coral). The top flap holds the wedding invitation together, but doesn’t go right to the bottom edge – allowing some space to highlight Nikita and Bryce’s names and wedding date.
On lifting the top flap, the wedding invite opens to reveal the main invitation. The clever thing about this wedding invitation is the wee pocket at the bottom, which held three information cards with lots of bits and pieces of information for guests.
The information cards included
- “Getting There”: A map and information on the bus transportation provided
- “Are You In”: A RSVP postcard which also asked guests whether they’d be on the bus, and if they were going to attend the BBQ the next day
- “More Information”: Gave guests the details on the next day BBQ and Wishing Well preferences.