Pocket wedding invitations not only offer a chic, modern style that will delight your guests but also feature a neat pocket that contains the information cards typically included with chic wedding invitations. Talk about a sophisticated and eye-catching way to help your guests keep all the important details for your special day together!
Personalized pocket wedding invitations from Shutterfly allow you to include all of the essentials in one elegant, organized place. Trying to decide if you should choose a pocket design over a standard invitation card? Pocket wedding invitations offer several benefits:
Style - Pockets are designed to wrap up and organize your invitation cards and other enclosures, similar to an inner wedding envelope, but more stylish. They add a professional, customized quality to your invitations.
Organization - A pocket allows you to keep all of your enclosures neatly organized. Each enclosure card is sized to stack neatly, creating a cascading effect and allowing the title of each card to be visible. With a pocket, you don’t have to worry about anyone losing or misplacing any of your enclosure cards.
Visual Appeal - Adding a pocket to your wedding invitation design gives your invite a unique look. The pocket is a simple yet charming way to make sure each enclosure card is seen.
Variety - With so many pocket styles to choose from, the design possibilities are endless. You can also add more personalized accessories like a monogram belly band or a wedding sticker to give it a lovely finishing touch. This enables you to make a truly glamorous wedding invitation that’s also beautiful and practical.
You can get creative and include whatever you like. Popular choices include your RSVP card and envelope, reception card, wedding table place cards, direction card or map, wedding website card or registry info.
As for how to place the individual contents in the pocket, there isn’t one set rule, so have fun with it. Some ideas include:
Stack the insert cards, labeled at the top (response, reception, directions, etc.)
Compile the insert cards and package them together with ribbon or twine
Keep it super simple and place them in loosely