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Craftaholics Anonymous® | 10 Tips for making DIY Wedding Invitations

DIY Wedding Invitations, Save the Date Cards and More

When you order your wedding invitations from Wedding Paper Divas, you can add special little extras to your order in the inner envelopes section of the Envelopes page during the personalization process. Simply add layered cards or Pocket Folds from Envelopments, and you'll receive gorgeous DIY wedding invitation kits you can use to augment the style of your favorite designs. It's the perfect way to enjoy the style, fun and flair of a DIY wedding stationery project without any of the hassle!

Looking for stylish new ways to include unique accents on your invites? At Wedding Paper Divas, our elegant options for DIY wedding invitations make it easier than ever to add your own creative touches to your entire stationery suite. So if you wish to capture a handmade aesthetic but would rather not spend too much time assembling your cards or even hassle with all the mess and cleanup that goes along with it, then you will love these subtle additions which will make your invites look absolutely stunning. Plus, whether you want to wrap your cards up in a posh pocket fold envelope or embellish them with ravishing ribbons, making DIY wedding invitations is a great way to work your personal style into your stationery.

Measuring and cutting your own materials can be tedious and even stressful work, especially if your wedding is right around the corner. And with so many tasks to tend to before the big day, the last thing you'll need is the pressure of having to create and send scratch-made cards within six to eight weeks of your ceremony. So instead of submitting yourself to the agony of doing everything entirely on your own, our DIY wedding invitations are a much easier and less time-consuming alternative to making homemade invites.

Just pick any one of our stylish additions in order to spruce up your cards in a wonderfully original way. You can give your DIY wedding invitations extra thickness and a more sophisticated look by including a layer of paper to the back. This will add a beautiful thin border to your card and will also increase the density. Or you can use pretty personalized labels to seal the flap of your pocket-fold envelopes so that everything will be tucked away neatly in one pretty package.

So if you're worried about having a bland card that looks like everyone else's, just know that making DIY wedding invitations is the best way to ensure that the stationery for your special day is truly one-of-a-kind.

Wilton Wilton Glitz and Glamour Wedding Invitation Kit
Kitchen (Wilton)
  • Includes: 25 invitations and vellum wraps, 25 ribbons, 25 floral embellishments and adhesives, 25 mailing envelopes, 25 reply cards and envelopes, 3 test sheets.
  • Set of 25
  • White/pearlized white/glittered vellum wrap

DIY Brides Beware: Wedding Shop!

2009-05-07 06:15:05 by jennut1

I am a DIY bride, and I've relied on the internet to provide most of my extraordinary deals. For example, my invitations were a total cost (inc. all postage) of $92. My invites were very chic, and I have gotten tons of compliments on them! We have purchased nearly everything online, from a waterproof camera for the honeymoon (and the honeymoon!), to our wedding rings. My number one site for this:
Some of my bigger fears of shopping online has been getting things in time for the wedding, and correcting problems that arise in a timely fashion.

Wilton Wilton Black & White Scroll Monogram Pocket Invitation Kit
Art and Craft Supply (Wilton)
  • Includes: 25 pockets, 25 envelopes, 25 invitations, 25 reply cards, 25 reply card envelopes, 25 reception cards, 25 direction cards, 25 printable tags
  • Also includes: 25 ribbons, 50 adhesives, 15 test sheets
  • Kit is a set of 25
  • Black and white
Wilton Wilton Print Your Own Fan Kit
Kitchen (Wilton)
  • Includes 24 fans, 24 ribbon bows, 24 fan handles, 24 adhesive strips.
  • Kit includes 24 fan paddles (5-inch x 7-inch), 24 handles (1 inch x 7.75-inch), 24 white ribbon bows, and 72 adhesives
  • Creates 24 personalized celebration fan favors; each assembled fan measures approximately 5 x 10-inch long
  • Personalize the fan front and back
  • Wedding fans not only keep guests comfortable, but let them wave their approval of the bride and groom
  • Simple assembly instructions included
Hortense B Hewitt Hortense B. Hewitt Wedding Accessories Print Yourself Invitation Kit, Classic Black and White Pocket, Pack of 25
Home (Hortense B Hewitt)
  • Create your own professional looking invitations at home
  • Kit includes 25 white invitations with classic black pocket, black 3/8-inch satin ribbon and white mailing envelopes
  • Coordinating RSVP cards are printed 2-up and perforated, RSVP card tucks into the bottom slot
  • Compatible with most Laser and Inkjet printers
  • Hortense B. Hewitt has been a leader in top-quality wedding supplies for more than 60 years
Cathys Concepts Cathy's Concepts DIY 3-Piece Program Fan Kit for Wedding
Home (Cathys Concepts)
  • 50 3pc. Program Paper Fans
  • 17.7 yards of white satin Ribbon
  • Complimentary CD with pre-designed and blank Templates
  • Test Printing Sheets and Instructions for use

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