Creating your own Invitations adds a personal touch to your wedding.  Making Pocket Invitations is now more simple then ever! Follow the easy how to guide below to add all the items you will need to create you own, unique and BEAUTIFUL Invitations!


Pocket Invitation Folders -

⇒ Let's start by choosing our Pocket style and Size. I will go with A7 Himalaya!

 choose pocket style

choose pocket materialChoose Pocket COlor


⇒ You can choose your texture here. I'll choose Pearlesent Metallic.
⇒ For color,  I'll choose Blue Print Blue Metallic.

⇒ They come in packs of 50, I need 100 invitations. I'll choose 2 (two) packs, Click Add To Cart

Add pocket to cart__________________________________________________________________


⇒ Under the Envelopes bar you can choose the Texture you'd like. I'll go with Metallic Pearlescent.

choose envelope material



Choose envelope color, size, flap type    Add 2 envelope to cart

⇒ Choose Texture
⇒ Choose Color, Size and Flap Type



You can choose to have a "Backing" to give extra color, or depth/layered look to your invite. the backing is about a quarter inch smaller, and glued directly onto the center flap of the Himalaya. The invite will be about a quarter inch smaller and glued on top of the backing.

PaperAndMore - A7 Rectangle Himalaya__________________________________________________________________


⇒ Under the cardstock menu, you can choose the paper TEXTURE you'd like. I'll go with the Pearlescent Metallic.

Choose Cardstock texture for insertsChoose backing color

⇒ I'll go with Dark Blue Metallic for my backing card.

Add dark blue backing to cartFor your Backing cards.

1. Choose Quantity (I need 2 packs of 25, 50 8.5x11 sheets) After cutting i will receive 100 4.75 x 6.75 sheets.
2. Click the box to the right of "Add Cutting/Corner Rounding"
3. Choose the width and length needed.
4. If you would like Corner Rounding, you can check the box next to "Add Corner Rounding"
5. Click the small blue "Add to Cart" button on the very bottom.



We will choose the cardstock for the Invitation and Inserts. The Invitation will be glued on the center card. The Inserts will stack in the pocket. I'll choose Silver Pearlesent Metallic!

Choose invite and insert cards cardstock colorInvitation Custom Cutting


You can choose to stay consistent with your colors, all your invite and inserts as one color.  can choose to mix your colors up! I'll go with Silver Metallic Cardstock for all of my inserts.




Insert #1 100sheetsFIRST INSERT

For your First set of inserts (for Directions, Accommodations, Details, Maps....) I have the dimensions at
4.25 x 6.5
Repeat all of the same steps to add custom cutting.


Insert #2 100sheets


For your Second set of inserts (Directions, Accommodations, Details, Maps) 4.25 x 5.75
Repeat Custom Cutting.


Third Insert (RSVP card) Choose our precut 4 bar cards to save you on costs!

Choose RSVP SizeA1 Add to cart

Choose your quantity, and Add your RSVP cards to cart. These come in packs of 100, so just 1 pack is needed!


You can add any accessories you may need!

Belly bands, Monograms, Envelope Liners, Labels, Adhesives. We've made it easy to be your One Stop Shop!


Shopping cartIn your cart you can
1. Check the quantities of each product's pack (the small circles).
2. Check the quantity of each pack you have (the large oval on the right).
3. Check your cutting sizes requested (underlined), and if need be, that can be edited. Once everything looks good to go, hit CHECKOUT!


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Join us for a spot of tea as we celebrate the bride-to-be!
Jenny Gropp here today!

With wedding season fast approaching I thought I'd do up a little Bridal Tea Invitation to inspire! Paper and More has a beautiful color called Tiffany Blue, available in many different styles of coordinating products: yardstick, invites and envelopes. Here's a link to all the Tiffany Blue products. I thought this color would be perfect for a bridal shower!

With the color collection named Tiffany Blue,  I added a little Tiffany Bag in the picture...  it's a pretty good match! You can see the one invitation here. In the back, I used a coordinating envelope and added 80# Solid Bright White Cardstock to the flap and embossed just the flap using an embossing folder. This is an EASY touch to dress up an envelope!

Tea 2 WM I used the A2 Sierra Tiffany Blue Solid Pocket Card for this Bridal Tea Project. The invitation folder is #100 cardstock, so it feels very substantial and rich. I used 100# Classic White Cardstock to emboss the teapot die. The heavier weight paper gives you a beautiful impression when embossing with a thin die cut. I added a little strip of 81# Silver Metallic Text on the side of the embossed panel. With the color called Tiffany, I had to add a few Swarovski Crystals in the corner for a touch of bling!

Tea 1 WMI printed the invitation and the registry card on the 80# Solid Bright White Cardstock, using a soft grey ink color. A few little Swarovski Crystals to help dress it up. I wanted a touch more blue, so I added a layer to the registry card.

Tea 3 WMThe invitations all come scored and folded perfectly. This little indented pocket is called a Sierra Pocketfold, available in multiple sizes and colors. I added the additional layers of silver and white and the little tea cup die. The folded invite is an A2 size - 5.5" x 4.25" and the perfect size for a Shower Invitation.

Tea products used:

 A2 Sierra Tiffany Blue Solid Pocket Card 

80# Solid Bright White Cardstock 

100# Classic White Cardstock

81# Silver Metallic Text

Hello, hello! Anna Wight with you today, sharing a relatively simple DIY wedding invitation made with the A7 Atlas Taupe Brown Recycled Pocket Card, Sand Specks Recycled 80# Cardstock and Black Medium 65# Cover cardstock from
I started by designing my invitation using a word processing program. I printed the invitation onto Sand Specks Recycled 80# cardstock. I trimmed the cardstock to the size I needed, and backed it with a piece of Black Medium 65# Cover cardstock, cut slightly larger to allow a narrow border to show. I used a serrated tracing wheel to add some faux stitching lines around the edges. I adhered this portion of the invitation to the Pocket Card with tape runner adhesive.Next I printed simple RSVP cards and a small map to the location of the event, and tucked them, along with a pre-addressed and stamped envelope, into the pocket of the Pocket Card.

To seal up my invitation, I printed horse icons on the Sand Specks Recycled 80# cardstock and punched them out with an oval paper punch. I adhered the oval to the flap of the invitation using a tape runner adhesive. Finally, I wrapped the Pocket Card with hemp cording, tied in a bow.

Thanks for joining me here today! I hope you are inspired!
Anna Wight products used:

 My name is Debbie Seyer and this is my first post for the Papers and More Design Team!
 I have a unique event coming up in the month of April.  My oldest daughter is a Senior in college and is required to have a musical recital as one of the requirements to complete the Music Education/Saxophone Performance degree.  So in April, she will be performing 30 minutes of Tenor and Alto Saxophone music pieces with a piano accompanist for her professors, family and friends.  She asked me to create an invitation that she can hand out at school to the professors and a couple of her saxophone lessons teachers.  So this is what I came up with using the A-7 Atlas Peach (Coral) Metallic Pocket Folder card.
Peach Invitation 1 These invitations will be hand-delivered so I had some fun creating 3d flowers using the 80# Sand Cardstock and the Botanical Rose dies (Heartfelt Creations).  I created a "belly" band closure so that the doily heart (Tonic Studios die) and the flowers could just be slipped off to read the invitation.
Peach Invitation 2Inside the pocket, I created a program for the performance.  I will make some other programs for the actual day to hand out but I thought including the program in with the invite would give her professors a glimpse of what they will be listening too!  I also think a RSVP card and a card with directions to the venue would be a good idea, too!
Here is a close-up of the flowers I created using the 80# Sand Cardstock, I inked the edges with Rose Coral Colorbox Fluid Chalk ink and added some seed pearls.
 Peach Invitation 3
These will be a labor of love for me to create  to celebrate all of my daughter's hard work and hours of practice!  I can hardly wait for her performance!
Thanks for stopping by!
Other supplies:
Ink - Rose Coral Colorbox Fluid Chalk Ink
Tools - Computer, Printer; Botanical Rose dies (Heartfelt Creations); Doily Heart die (Tonic Studios); flower shaping stylus and mat; sponge; Art Institute Adhesive Dries Clear Glue
Embellishments - white seed beads (Hobby Lobby)

Don't forget all the items you'll need after the invitations! Once the invitations and response cards have been mailed out, the accessories for the wedding itself remain. Many of our customers choose to keep a consistent theme and use the same papers and colors for the invitations during the wedding and reception as well.

Here's just a few items that can be created to keep a consistent theme:

  • Wedding Programs
  • Reception Table Cards
  • Reception Menus
  • Wedding Favors
  • Thank You Cards
  • Table Numbers
  • Guestbook

We'd love to hear about any ideas out there. Please be sure to drop us a note.