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INVITATION FOLIOS

Elegant invitation creations of invitation folder, pocket folder and wedding folio invitations sold online. Our top sellers include silk folder, invitation folder, silk folios, velvet folder, suede folder, linen invitation and pocked fold invitations. All creations are padded and covered with finest textiles including velvet, suede, Thai silk and also faux silk. Uniquely embellished with our famous rhinestone crystal brooches, clasp, peacock feathers or hand-made bows. Try out our foil stamped invitations featuring monogram or event date gold, rose-gold and silver foil stamp. You can customize & personalise your luxury invitation folder and folios with us in size, color and embellishment you prefer. Add a personal extra by adding monogram, initial embroideries, blind embossed monograms or monogram foil stamp. Featured are also our classic book fold and gate fold invitation designs covered with suede, linen, cotton, silk and leather. All designs are made available with our low wholesale prices, are hand-made with the guarantee of transferring your ordinary invitations in an exraordinary luxury experience for all invited guest.

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How to Assemble Your Wedding Invitations

When you receive your wedding invitations from the printer, you'll probably be excited to get started stuffing envelopes and sending them off to your friends and family. But if your invitation suite involves multiple cards and pieces, you might start wondering how to assemble wedding invitations properly. The truth is, it's less complicated than it looks.

Read on to find out exactly how to put wedding invites together and start an at-home assembly line with your bridesmaids.

1. Start With the Invitation

Start with the wedding invitation, which you should place face up on the table.

2. Decide What to Do With the Tissue Paper

If a sheet of tissue paper came on top of each invitation, it's your choice whether to leave it in or not. Traditionally, it was used to keep the ink from smudging. While most inks used these days won't smudge, the tradition has continued.

If you want to keep the tissue in the invitation suite, place the tissue on top of the wedding invitation.

3. Add the Reception Card

Place the reception card (if applicable) face-up on top of the invitation (or tissue paper, if you included it).

4. Add Any Other Enclosure Cards

Place any remaining enclosure cards, such as a map card or hotel accommodations card, face up. If there is more than one enclosure card, the order doesn't matter unless they're different sizes. If they are different sizes, start with the largest enclosure card and work your way to the smallest.

5. Include the RSVP Card

Place the reply envelope face-down on top of the enclosure cards. Insert the reply card under the reply envelope flap, face-up so that the printed side is visible. If the invitation is a folded-style invitation, all enclosures are placed within the folded invitation rather than on top.

6. Stuff the Envelope

If you're using two envelopes (an inner envelope and outer envelope), insert the now fully assembled invitation suite into the inner envelope (left edge first for a single-card invitation; folded edge first for a folded invitation). When the envelope flap is opened, you should see the printed side of the invitation. Insert the inner envelope into the outer envelope so that the handwritten guests' names you've put on the inner envelope are visible when they open it up.

If you're using just one envelope (an outer envelope), insert the fully assembled invitation suite into the envelope (left edge first for a single card invitation; folded edge first for a folded invitation). When the envelope flap is opened, you should see the printed side of the invitation.

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Pocket Cards & Invitations

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Those folding cards with pockets that so nicely present invitations - some call them pocketfolds, some say invitation pockets, some prefer pocket envelopes.

Whatever you prefer to call them, when you order them from LCI, you can rest assured you are getting the very best.

LCI's pocket invitations are backed by quality, variety, and expert advice. They're the choice of countless paper professionals and they're available to you - because when it comes to wedding invitations, only the best wedding pocketfolds will do.









Oh so Many Invitation Pockets to Choose From...


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If you're looking for variety, you've come to the right place. We offer dozens of top trend pocket styles, finishes, and colors, each with matching papers and envelopes.

With such an expansive (and continuously growing) selection, the design possibilities are endless.














Left, wood grain pocket cards, posh pockets & landscape pockets

Premium Quality Pockets, Time and Time Again


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Each of our pockets starts with one of our premium card stocks, then is cut, scored, and folded with precision and care to create an invitation pocket of the utmost quality.

What does this mean for you?

  • Consistency: Each pocket in a pack is equal in size, shape, color, and awesomeness
  • Clean, Effortless Folding: Pockets open and close like a dream
  • Sharp, Professional Appearance: Premium card stock, straight cuts, crisp folds, consistent quality - these traits speak for themselves.







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Expert Tips & Advice for Making Your Own Pocket Invitations


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At LCI, we're passionate about paper. We realize our pockets have serious design potential, and we want to help you create something great with them. That's why we don't offer just great pockets, but expert advice to go with them.

Have questions about pocket sizing, design, assembly, or mailing? We have the answer. You'll find a wealth of information on our site, but if you can't find what you're after, get in touch with us. We'd love to chat and are always interested in hearing about customers' DIY pocket invitation ideas.

Check out a roundup of our most helpful pocket posts:

Tips & Tricks for Polished Invitation Pocketfolds

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Embellishing Your Wedding Invitation Pocket Folders

Pocket Folder Wedding Invitations - Styles and Inspiration

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Ivory House Creative

If you’re a couple with a taste for modern elegance, you should consider pocket folders for your wedding invitation suite. Pocket folders are a popular option and offer a very tasteful, and organized presentation.

Pocket folders are available in a variety of styles - from standard to die cut, they can be designed to fit your needs. Whether your preference is black tie or garden party, pocket folders are a great way to upgrade any set of wedding stationery. When paired with a mat backer, they offer a nice layered look, but when die cut they tend to add a more elegant feel. Pocket folders can even add a pop of color to the most simplistic invitation suite.

Pocket folders are not only stylish, but offer a practical solution for organizing multiple invitation pieces, such as accommodations and/or direction cards, reply cards, and the like. They are also convenient for guests allowing them to the “grab and go” on the day of your wedding.

Ivory House is no stranger to pocket folders, so here are a few of our favorite we’ve created:

Purple and sage pocket folder wedding invitation

A standard landscape pocket folder with mat backer, detail insert, reply card and monogram sticker. This is one of the most popular styles, offering clean lines and a more traditional format. View Kristin & Tyler’s suite here.

Rustic die cut wedding invitations

A die cut pocket folder with mounted invitation, twine and monogram tag. This style is definitely a show stopper but isn’t the most budget friendly option. View this die cut suite here.

Gold die cut pocket folder wedding invitation

Jacket styled pocket folder with scalloped edge, invitation insert, silk ribbon, lace and monogram tag. The scalloped edge of the jacket adds a nice detail, while remaining functional and elegant. You can see this suite here.

Blush and gold pocket folder wedding invitation

Standard landscape pocket folder with gold mat backer, detail insert, reply card and monogram sticker. Similar to the landscape pocket folder above, you can see how different couples have used a classic pocket folder to elevate their invitation suite. See Chris & Elsie’s suite here.

Scalloped pocket folder wedding invitation

Jacket style pocket folder with scalloped edge, lace detail and satin ribbon accent. The same pocket folder as the gold option above, but with different embellishments - creating an entirely different look. See the entire suite here.

Gold and jade modern pocket folder wedding inviatations

Standard portrait pocket folder with jade mat backer, details insert and reply card. The sister to the landscape pocket folder -- this portrait style offers the same clean look while keeping a traditional format. You can see this suite in it’s entirety here.

Panel pocket wedding invitation
Panel pocket wedding invitation

Panel pocket folder with silver glitter backer, details and directions inserts and a reply postcard. My personal favorite option, allows guests to have a nice little packet for their invitation suite and for those guests who display their invites -- it clips nicely to the fridge. View this suite here.

This is just a sampling of what pocket folders have to offer. They are a versatile add-on to any invitation suite and can be paired with both semi-custom and custom design options. If you are interested in a pocket folder style wedding invitation, please get in touch. I would love to work with you on creating your dream paper goods.

Ivory House Creative is a stylish stationery studio specializing in all of life’s celebrations! Our expertise includes, but is not limited to weddings, birthdays, mitzvah’s, showers, reveals & more!Owned and operated by Kenzie Phillips, Ivory House is based in Tipp City, Ohio but works with clients from around the world. We love to work with couples on custom paper goods for their upcoming nuptials, stylish moms on that perfect birthday bash or any celebration in between.

Ivory House Creative | 5165 US Rt. 40, Tipp City, OH, 45371

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Wedding invitations folder

Premium on-trend wedding invitations for your 2021/2022 wedding. Customize your design in minutes. Shop new Half Arch and Double Arch shapes.

Premium on-trend wedding invitations for your 2021/2022 wedding. Customize your design in minutes. Shop new Half Arch and Double Arch shapes. There is no shortage of great independent designers, but finding them and their work can be hard on the internet so we have collated a great selection of unique and creative wedding invitations for you to choose from.

We love promoting the work of Independent designers; At paperlust, you will find such a wide range of wedding invitation styles. We love being able to give artists the chance to get their work online and share it with you.


Paperlust Wedding Invitations: Independent Designers

Our designers come from all over the world, each bringing with them their unique wedding design style. When you look through our gallery of designs, you can see there is a straightforward and clean aesthetic, while still being focused on every detail, which is shared through the many different designs.

Some of our designers focus on beautiful typography, creating lettering that is stylish and distinctive and personalised just for you. Some of our other designers use splashes of colour for invitations that stand out and can match your wedding’s colour palette, and others create stunning illustrations to decorate invitations and make them into works of art. Some designs are sure to appeal to everyone, no matter what your taste or wedding’s theme. 

Browse through our customizable wedding invitation gallery, and you’re sure to find a designer who has created something that is perfect for you. Our designers are dedicated to creating beautiful wedding designs that will add to the specialness of your wedding day.

Supporting Independent Designers

Many of our designers are still young, so it’s important that we nurture their talent and give them a chance to share their work and further develop their creative skills. Through Paperlust you are helping us to help support Independent designers and ensure that they always have a platform through which to create invitations and showcase their work.

We like to provide support to our designers with our Feedback Gallery and our invitation Design Challenges which allows them the opportunity to get feedback on their work and share their ideas and inspiration with a wider community. Our designers receive a commission on sales of their designs to help them develop a solid body of work and progress their design careers.

The design market can often be quite saturated with global brands, and it can be a challenge for Independent designers to break into it, so we want to make sure young creatives have a global platform to get their work recognised and put Independent graphic design on the map to showcase their incredible talent

There are hundreds of ways to get wedding invitations, from importing fancy designs to tracking down free printable wedding invitations templates, but there's no substitute for knowing you're supporting local design talent. 

Wedding Invitations - Quality now available online

All of our wedding invitations are quality assured. Produced in-house in Melbourne, we quality check our prints three times before they are dispatched to you. Many large online printers may offer the cheapest price, however they take little id no care when it comes to the quality of their paper stocks, printing or packaging. At Paperlust we pride ourselves on our quality wedding invitations, triple checked for assurance and with a satisfaction guarantee. Don’t believe us, have a look at the hundreds of five star reviews online from our happy customers. 

When it comes to wedding invitations, and all manner of design, Australia has a lot to offer, our designers have their own distinctive aesthetic to create unique designs that you are bound to love.  

We love Australian quality printed products, and we hope that after looking through our beautiful range of wedding invitations that you will too. And even better? Our cards aren't just for Aussies. We ship event and wedding invitations to the UK, USA, Canada and almost every other country around the world, and we even have styles suitable for fall wedding invitations. Sure, you'll find our vintage wedding invitations in Brunswick and our contemporary wedding invitations in Wetherill Park, but you'll also find our floral wedding invitations in South Africa and our greenery wedding invitations in Ireland. There's truly something for everyone and every place at Paperlust.

Wedding Invitations Online

There are a million reasons why finding your wedding invitations online is a great way to go.

Like with anything, shopping for online wedding cards gives you access to a huge range of styles and print types that may not be available to you if it weren’t for the internet. No matter what style of wedding you’re planning, there are online wedding invites that will fit your aesthetic, even if it’s well outside of the standard options. This could be anything from rustic wedding invitations, classic wedding invitations, vintage wedding invitations, floral wedding invitations, art deco wedding invitations, modern wedding invitations or country wedding invitations.

  • Something for every budget

Whether you’re working on a tight budget and looking for cheap wedding invitations, or hoping to splash some major cash on solid gold invites, there are online wedding invitation cards for you. You can even track down online wedding invitations templates and other wedding invitations online cheap if the price is the most pressing concern.

  • Something for every taste

At Paperlust we have carefully curated our collection of designs to ensure that you have access to the very best designs from a range of different categories and styles. Whether you're specifically looking for floral wedding invitations, lilac wedding invitations, or vellum cards for delicately layered wedding invitations, we've got something for you, or you can even include a photo to create photo wedding invitations.

  • Access to the best designers

Online wedding invitation design sites like Paperlust collate the very best designs from the very best independent designers, giving you access to them without needing to do all the work of finding, reaching out and connecting with them individually.

There’s nothing quite as practical as buying wedding invitations online: browse thousands of designs from the comfort of your own home and have them delivered right to your door. Wedding invitations online ordering systems take all the pressure off you and make things easy: A lot of companies even have wedding invitations online rsvp collection systems to take care of rsvps for you. Plus, because our designs are completely customisable, you can make them perfectly suited to your event, even for non-traditional weddings or wedding vow renewals. 

Wedding Invitations Canada

Every design sold on Paperlust is completely customisable, which ensures your needs and desires aren't limited by designs that are only almost perfect. Found a design you love but were also hoping to reflect your faith with Christian, Jewish or Islamic wedding invitations? Want to give a nod to your heritage with Italian wedding invitations or Indian wedding invitations? Looking to transform one of our designs into your dream medieval wedding invitations? Any of these options are just a few clicks away, meaning the same invitation can work perfectly for thousands of different events. 

Canada is a breathtaking nation filled with natural beauty and stretches of wilderness that refresh the soul. Canadian weddings deserve to be just as beautiful and stylish. To tell your love’s story your own way there are many options for unique wedding invitationsin Canada. If you’re planning a spring garden wedding, try floral or botanical invites, or for a winter winery wedding consider burgundy with gold foiling. Can’t find what you like on our site? Paperlust offers the best wedding invitations Canada wide so that you can commission your dream stationery for your wedding. If you’re creative and already have an invitation design, you can also print your own design with us. If your budget won’t allow for a customised design but you love the idea of customisation, consider a monogram or a personalised couple logo to grace your invite.

High quality cheap wedding invitations in Canada

We understand that weddings aren’t cheap, and many people are searching for discount wedding invitations in Canada or ‘wedding invitations Canada free samples’. Do you want the look of DIY wedding invitations in the Canada style without all the hours of hands on work or affordable wedding invitations for Canada-based people that don’t look so … affordable? To nail the invitations on the cheap in Canada, stick to Paperlust’s digital printing options or limit the cards in your invitation suite to one or two essentials. The best way to get cheap wedding invitations is by focussing on the basics - what do your guests really need leading up to and on the day to stay informed and also feel valued? Canada’s invitations are inherently stylish but they shouldn’t have to break your wedding budget.

All in one wedding invitations

Another way to do invitations in Canada for a cheap price is to choose all in one wedding invitations Canada style, also known as pocketfold wedding invitations in Canada. They are the best all in one wedding invitations Canada wide and make everyone’s life easier - you can do away with the whole stack of invitation cards and keep things simple. You don’t even need an envelope because everything is together on the one piece of paper!

Canada loves to shop online

Shopping online in Canada has become increasingly popular for a range of reasons. First of all, shopping for theinvitations online in Canada is very convenient - get all your wedding stationery sorted without leaving the couch. Secondly, online wedding invitations in Canada are cheaper - because all of the usual overhead costs associated with a physical store are eliminated, you aren’t overpaying. The third reason to order wedding invitations online for Canada-based people is because you have far more choices than you would in store. Browsing wedding invitations online in Canada is the best way to get a product perfect for you at the right price with the least effort. Win!

Trending styles

Canadians have a true individual style and aren’t afraid to stand out from the crowd. There’s no difference when it comes time for them to get married, so we have compiled a list of wedding invitation styles that Canadians love (we hope you will too):

Paperlust doesn’t just have wedding invitations. We cater for all of your wedding stationery including save the dates, engagement invitations, menus, place cards, thank you cards, hens party invites and bridal or wedding shower invitations in Canada. For the best events stationery and wedding invitations in Canada choose Paperlust. Start customising your design today!

Wedding Invitations NZ (New Zealand)

NZ wedding invitations are the perfect introduction to your wedding day. They set the tone of what your guests can expect, and why not kick things off with a bang, through a stunning wedding invite design!

We have all your wedding stationery NZ needs, from your invitations, thank you cards, engagement party invitations, save the date cards, we have you covered for your entire wedding set.

Our closest neighbour, New Zealand is not so different from Australia in many ways; they have beautiful natural landscapes and the same relaxed lifestyle vibe that Aussie’s live and breathe. But when it comes to design, New Zealand have their own distinctive style that everyone can appreciate. 

Wedding stationery NZ designs

A relaxed style with splashes of bold colour to give some edge. Without moving too far towards quirky, New Zealanders like to have fun with their design. New Zealand designers are able to create designs that appeal to people all over the world, and when it comes to invitations - New Zealand designers are just as creative. 

Whether focusing on the combination of different colours, the finer details of illustrations, or elegant lettering and typography, our New Zealand designers, just like our Australian ones, know how to create something unique for your wedding day.

New Zealand can really be something special, with so much beautiful scenery, rustic outdoor weddings are very popular so rustic wedding invitations might be what you are looking for, and the landscape of New Zealand provides endless inspiration for many designs. Known for bringing the magic of J. R. R. Tolkien’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’ to life, the scenery is instantly recognisable from all over the world, and New Zealand inspired invitations are just another way they can bring some magic to your day. 

Trends in NZ

Wedding trends come and go, but with so many themes to choose from, brides will have no trouble finding a style they like. And really, it’s your special day, so feel free to choose any theme you like, whether others say it’s in style or not. But just in case you were curious about what’s trending in weddings at the moment: 

Floral

New Zealand has some stunning parks and gardens, and with floral applique becoming a popular trend with wedding dresses, why not compliment that with floral themed invitations? We have a great range of floral wedding invitations, ranging from the more classic floral print to something more country inspired. You needn’t worry about a floral themed wedding being too girly for the groom either, as there are some stunning designs that are more minimal, or you choose even choose a black and white floral theme for something different. Floral and rustic themes are a popular choice, incorporating the beautiful surrounds into invitations with a handmade feel (or going for full diy wedding invitations NZ themed!). 

Watercolour

Watercolour prints are another trend that has shown up on the wedding scene, with florals and pastels taking place of traditional white. Perfect to tie in with a wedding in the spring or summer time, soft watercolours look pretty and romantic, and set in an outdoor venue, with lush green surrounds and multi-coloured flower gardens, creates a dreamy wedding atmosphere. You can choose any colour palette for a watercolour theme, blue, green, purple, yellow, even blacks and greys. All your wedding stationery can follow a watercolour design, whether you want something bright and bold, or soft and muted. 

Metallic 

From gold and silver, through to touches of copper, pewter and bronze, metallic has always been a popular trend at weddings, as it looks classy and stylish as a finishing touch. It adds a bit of shimmer and sparkle detail, whether it’s silver lining on your wedding dress, gold tableware or metallic prints on your wedding invitations. We have a great selection of wedding invites that feature metallic details, including metallic lettering and foil invites. You can match the metallic on the invites to the metallic touches throughout the rest of your wedding. A little bit of sparkle can help to really set the tone of your wedding and get all your guests in the party mood.

Tie everything together with your NZ wedding invitations

No matter when trend or style you love, when planning all the aspects of your wedding you should always think to tie everything together with complementing details. All the finer details of your wedding should work together to create the perfect atmosphere for your wedding day, don’t ever think any detail is too small or just doesn’t matter that much, because on your wedding day it all matters!

Even your envelopes can match your wedding theme, with our new envelope liners now available. Envelopes are something that people rarely give much thought too, but instead of just plain envelopes, why not choose something that will add to the overall design? 

The designs available for your envelope liners include:

  • Floral

  • Striped

  • Marble

  • Tropical

The design of your envelope liners can match the theme of your wedding, and help pull everything together. Your loved ones will really enjoy the extra attention to detail, and it will ensure that your New Zealand wedding invites really stand out. 

Shop online

Browse our huge range from the very best independent designers to find something perfectly tailored for your event. Whether you’re after something inspired by a specific location, or looking to incorporate your cultural background with your current home, we’re the place to find what you’re looking for. Shopping your invitations online gives you a range of designs, print types, styles and prices to work with. Bonus, at Paperlust we offer free shipping anywhere in New Zealand, so we’re the best choice for people hunting down affordable options. 

Summary

New Zealand definitely hold their own when it comes to design, and NZ wedding invitation cards are no exception. At Paperlust we love supporting talented designers from both Australia, Canada and New Zealand, and helping you create the wedding stationery of your dreams. 

And if you need any help with wedding invitation wording on your NZ wedding invites, our friendly Paperlust team are happy to help!

Wedding Invitation Etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts of Wedding Invitations

There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to wedding invitation etiquette. It is important to include the names of who is getting married, the date, and where the wedding will take place. After that, any other information can be given by word of mouth if necessary, through additional insert cards, or by directing your family and friends to your wedding website. If you’re still worried, we’ve rustled up a few simple Invitation Do’s and Don’ts to save you the stress.

DO: Proofread and be consistent in your language

Make sure the language is consistent throughout your invitation and card suite. The language might be as simple as choosing between colons or hyphens. But there’s also nothing worse than discovering a spelling error on the invitation when it comes back from the printer.

So, proofread! Get your mum to proofread! Make sure they double check it at the printer before it gets sent off! Double check and triple check.

DON’T: Include gift information on the invitation

Gift giving is a huge gesture for people to wish you well at the beginning of a new part of your life. It’s hard to let friends and family know you’re all set for crockery. While it might seem easiest to include a link to your registry on the invitation, wedding invitation etiquette dictates that you avoid this.

There a couple of ways of getting around cluttering your wedding invitation templates: include an additional closure card in your invitation suite, or you can always use word of mouth.

DO: Imply who is hosting through the language of the invitation

While a lot of people now throw their own weddings, it is still proper wedding invitation etiquette to include a host line. The host line lets guests know who to thank when they’re at the bottom of their second bottle of free champagne. The easiest way to do this on the invitation is to say the parents of the bride or groom invite the guests to join them in the wedding of their children. For detailed examples, try here.

DON’T: Include a list of food and beverage to be served

The food list is unnecessary on the invitation itself. If it’s important to you that people know what food and drink will be served, you can include an additional enclosure card or place card, with the wedding menu. Or, you can always wait for the reception.

DO: Address guests by their name

Where you can, use full names and titles. It might seem strange to refer to your family friend as ‘Dr. Luke King’, but if your wedding is formal, wedding invitation etiquette is important. Hopefully you’re aware of the names of most of your guests, but if you’re not sure of the name of your cousin’s new girlfriend, ask your aunt. Worst comes to worst, address it your cousin and ‘guest’.

A simple, sleek invitation design often only includes the name of the bride and groom with the essential details. You can get around this by personalising the envelopes or even personalizing the RSVP cards.

DON’T: Say ‘adults only’ or ‘no children.'

This is a tricky one. It depends on the tone of conversation you want to set next time you’re talking to friends. A lot of people would suggest addressing wedding invitations to only the parents, which implies the children aren’t invited.

If you’re not sure this is enough to keep screaming toddlers away, consider talking to your friends and family. Mention that this is supposed to be a fun night out; a chance to temporarily hand the apron ties onto someone else.

DO: Give yourself and your guest's plenty of time

You can send save the date cards out six to eight months before the wedding. If you’re not so organised, it’s best to send out the wedding invitations six to eight weeks before the date. This gives your guests plenty of time to organise the details of getting there and away, and they can’t complain when you ask them to RSVP three to four weeks prior. If you've got some specific circumstances (like a destination wedding or a wedding near a holiday) check out our guide on when to send wedding invitations for more information. 

DON’T: Forget to give information for how to RSVP

Make it clear if you want a quick text message, an official RSVP on a return piece of card or a response to an e-invitation. If people haven’t got back to you by the RSVP date, you can rest assured it isn’t because they didn’t know-how.


DO: Get wedding invitation examples

Get printed examples of wedding invitations in a sample pack from your wedding stationery so that you know what to expect when purchasing your wedding invitations. You can sometimes also request that you get an example of the wedding invitation design that you specifically want or created depending on your supplier. Getting a wedding invitation example is important so that you can not only check the paper and print type, you will be able to see if your fonts, colours and design is legible.

What are the best wedding invitations sizes?

Standard Wedding Invitation sizes are 178mm x 127mm (5 x 7 inches) and the Square invitation size is 147mm x 147mm (5.78 x 5.78 inches). Our invitation envelopes sizes are slightly bigger than the invitation. Save the date card and complementary card sizes such as the Information card commonly come in a smaller 140mm  x 107mm (5.51 x 4.21 inches).

Our formats are prepared for print, however, our save the date cards can be provided in a PDF invitation format. Our standard invitations are square-edged, we also die-cut shapes such as arch, half arch, 14-degree angle, and circles. 

Where to get wedding invitations near me

Paperlust uses overnight shipping for customers in Australia and can ship globally within 2-7 business days depending on your location. For local customers, they are welcome to make an appointment in our Richmond store to discuss wedding invitations and other types of stationery.

Best place to order wedding invitations

Paperlust offers the best online wedding invitations with a large print range and design options. You can order as little as ten wedding invitations at a time for those with smaller weddings and with top-end quality print results. Here’s what previous customers are saying about Paperlust.


Create wedding invitations

If you have created your own wedding invitation design or if you can’t find anything you like, Paperlust offers custom design and print only services. Simply fill out this form with your ideas, inspiration, the type of paper and print types you are interested in and someone will get back to you with a quote.


Wedding invitations ideas

There are unlimited unique wedding invitation ideas that can be found on Paperlust or get professional wedding invites made by our designers. A wedding invitation goes beyond the standard details - like time, place, and dress code, it gives your guests a peek of what type of wedding it will be and your style as a couple. Start by collecting inspiration and refining your ideas for your perfect wedding invitation. Once you have an idea of the type of event you’re throwing - rustic and casual, classic and vintage, glam, and art-deco, the ideas for your wedding invitations should hit the same notes.

Wedding invitations sets

Paperlust offers matching stationery cards so that you can create your dream wedding invitation suite. You can pick and choose the types of cards you would like in your wedding invitations kits and are not limited to just wedding invitations and save the date packages. Mix and match wedding invitations with RSVP cards or any type of on the day stationery such as place cards, menus or wedding welcome signs for further down the track. Simply use the Paperlust quick view tool to see the additional cards to add to the wedding invitation bundle and if you can’t find a card you want, simply message the support team and a designer will create it for you. Create a wedding invitation set of three types of cards of more and automatically be eligible for a 15% discount.

Wedding Invitations UK

Couples in the UK can get personalized wedding invitations shipped express to them! Browse through our huge range of designs from traditional wedding invitations to modern wedding invitations so suit the UK wedding invitations styles. Mix and match different print types to suit all types of budgets, alter the foil color from silver to rose gold or get a designer to change the typeface on your selected design. Take advantage of our wedding bundle discounts and get all your wedding stationery like matching save the dates, wishing wells, place cards, menus delivered at the same time. Paperlust express ships luxury wedding invitations to the UK and there are no shipping fees for orders over $300USD.

Need More? Wedding Invitation Etiquette Q&A

If the etiquette surrounding wedding invitations is leaving you bewitched, bothered and bewildered, you’re not alone. This Q&A was designed to help you navigate the unspoken rules surrounding your wedding invitations: who to invite, wedding invitation timing, wedding invitation wording examples, more formal wedding invitation wording, and some of the other delicate situations accompanying this part of the wedding process.


The guest-list: Who to invite

We had a large engagement party, but are opting for a more intimate wedding ceremony and reception. Would it be rude not to invite everyone who attended our engagement party to our wedding?

Some may consider it rude to invite guests to your engagement party, but not your wedding. That’s because engagement party is a gift-giving occasion, and most guests will present you with a gift to help kick-start your new life together.

Having said that, always remember that it’s a very personal choice who you invite to your wedding, and only you can determine what’s appropriate. As with most things in life, your gut feeling should never be overlooked.

Should we allow 'single' guests to invite a date?

If you’re like most, this will surely be one of the most hotly debated questions you’ll face in your wedding planning. Accommodating your 'single' guests is considered a nice gesture, but not a necessity. If you need to manage your numbers carefully, one approach is to exclude “plus ones” for all single family and friends, but make exceptions on a case-by-case basis. One exception might be your wedding party. Also, 'single' guests in long-term relationships should be treated as married couples, and both should be invited.

Should we invite work colleagues to our wedding? Is inviting my boss “a must”?

There is nothing set in stone about inviting your work colleagues to your wedding. If you hang out with your colleagues outside of work, you’ll probably want to invite them as you would any other friend. If you are in a situation where you would be inviting all or most of your colleagues minus your boss, it may be better to have one extra guest, than to offend someone you have to see on a daily basis.

How do we cut our wedding guest list down?

This is an age-old dilemma that most brides and grooms must face to keep their budgets in check. It’s always fun to create your list, but always excruciating to start trimming it down. One helpful tip is to create two lists – one for the “must-invites” and the second list for all the rest.

From there, here are some ideas for trimming the second list: Don’t feel obligated to invite people who invited you to their wedding; don’t allow every guest to bring a “plus one”; if you wouldn’t call the friend upon visiting their town, you don’t need to invite them to your wedding; if your potential guest has never met your future spouse, you can probably skip inviting that person; for co-workers, ask yourself, “would I be friends with this person if we didn’t work together?” There’s no official wedding invitation etiquette rules about who to invite, so you’ll have to sit down with your fiance (and your parents, if they’re hosting), and work out what relationships are like and who is likely to be offended. Again, trust your own intuition.

Wedding Invitation Timing

When do we need to send out save-the-date cards and wedding invitations?

Save-the-date cards can go out six to eight months before the wedding.

Ideally, wedding invites should be sent out six to eight weeks in advance. For destination weddings, it’s best to give guests three months so they can clear their schedules and make travel arrangements.

How far in advance should guests be requested to RSVP?

Make your RSVP date three weeks in advance of the wedding. Seating arrangements, catering numbers and other details may depend on your final RSVP list.

What is the proper way to word the request or host line on a wedding invitation when it’s not the traditional case of the bride’s parents hosting?

This tends to be one of the trickier parts of invitation wording – as modern weddings are hosted by an array of different parties. Check out our post on the wording of the various hosting situations here.

Does the wedding invitation host line need to coincide with who paid for the wedding?

Not necessarily. Hosting can be used in a flexible manner – parents can be hosts in the traditional way (they planned and paid for the wedding), or in a more honorary sense.

How do we communicate that we are not inviting children to our wedding?

Despite the second-guessing, you might get from friends with kids, it’s perfectly acceptable (and common) to have an adults-only wedding. If you have children in the ceremony, you can opt to have a babysitter come to take care of the kiddies during the reception.

To make your intentions clear on the wedding invite, you can write “Adult Reception” at the bottom right of your invitation. The wedding website is also a good place to clarify and to inform guests that you’ll be providing a childcare service for their convenience if you go down that route.

If guests send in their reply card with the children’s names written in, the onus is on you to give them a call to clarify that you’re having an adult-only wedding.

How do we make it clear that we are not inviting each guest to bring a “plus one”?

Ah, this old sticky chestnut! You can do your best to communicate “no plus one” on your wedding invitation, but more likely than not, you’ll have to have some conversations with particular guests to clarify. You’ll likely have your set of rules around who can and cannot bring a guest.

A few ideas for wedding invitation wording:

On your invitation:

(Insert number) seat(s) reserved in your honour

OR

____ of 1 guests will attend

OR

Write out each invitee's name on the invite, followed by _____ accepts or _____ declines

On your wedding website:

Include a wedding FAQ that reads, “Can I bring a date?” Your A can read, “Not unless we know them well. Our dream wedding is an intimate one, where we can celebrate with our closest friends and family. Thank you for understanding.”

OR

Emphasise the venue size: “Due to the intimate nature of our venue, we are limited in the number of people we can host. We are therefore requesting that you not bring a guest so that our closest friends and family can attend.”

How do we communicate that our wedding is formal, even though the venue is casual?

Include your wedding dress code on the lower right-hand corner of the invite (i.e. cocktail attire, black-tie, etc.) You can include more specifics on your wedding website. Click here for more examples for more formal wedding invitation wording.

How do we invite guests to the ceremony but not the reception?

While it’s somewhat common in Australia to invite some guests to the ceremony-only, it’s important to handle it right, so feelings and friendships don’t get hurt. Your formal wedding invitations should only be sent to guests who are invited to both the ceremony and the reception. Ceremony-only guests can be invited in a more casual manner (i.e. in person, with a phone call or email) – express regret that you can’t invite everyone you want to the reception, but that you’d love to share your special moment with them if they join you for the ceremony.

Can we include our wedding registry details on our invitation or save-the-date?

While etiquette rules certainly change as time goes on, it’s still considered impolite to include your wedding registry details on your invitation or save-the-date. A wedding website is a good way to communicate where you are registered.

Wedding Invitations on a Budget

Everyone knows weddings can be one of the most expensive events of your life, so money is often on your mind when you start wedding planning. Wedding invitations can be one of the bigger purchases you make at this early stage, so it’s understandable if you’re looking for a cheaper way of doing things and trying to find wedding invitations on a budget. Everyone knows if you're on a budget it's not the time to shop for the most premium or unique wedding invitations, or to find the most high-end letterpress pocket wedding invitations, but what are your options? You're not stuck with second rate diy printable wedding invitations are you? You can still get something beautiful right? We say, of course! Your choices are: 

  • Find wedding invitations online cheap

Many people choose to look for wedding invitations online cheap to keep to their budget, which is a great idea depending how you go about it. The best way to do this is to find a reputable stationery provider online and look for their cheapest product offerings, rather than finding a cheap, too-good-to-be-true invitation company.

  • Choosing wedding invitation print type and paper wisely

If you’re on a budget, focus on finding good quality basic digital print wedding invitations. Print types like letterpress wedding invitations, print on wood and foil stamping are usually significantly more expensive than digital print. While you can sometimes find premium print options being offered online for cheap, there’s a huge risk that you will not get what you order. Be careful anytime someone online is offering something at ridiculously low prices. If you do choose a reputable company, you can usually select the cheapest paper and print options without fear that they will be cheap and nasty. A luxury invitation business would not be offering the product unless it was of a certain standard.

If you have time to spare, you might opt for online wedding invitations templates, downloaded and printed out on your own. This takes time and requires you to find and purchase your own paper, ink, envelopes and other supplies. Templates may be available free or can be purchased from designers. With some careful shopping around for supplies and a little bit of DIY know-how, this can be a good way to save a little bit of money. That said, though, professional online wedding invitation printing companies have wholesalers and supply chains that allow them to get discounts on a lot of products and supplies, so make sure you have a plan that goes beyond ‘I can do it myself cheaper.’

  • Wedding invitations with RSVP 

There are a few different ways to present your wedding invitations and rsvp especially if you are on a tighter budget. The most traditional way is to get the rsvp printed on a smaller separate card and include it with the wedding invitations. It is ideal to follow this wedding invitation rsvp etiquette if you have elder guests who are not technology savvy. Otherwise, you could print the rsvp details on (or on the back of) the wedding invites, supply the appropriate contact information and the due-by date and check that it does not clutter the rest of the wedding invitation. The other cost-effective option is to direct your guests to a wedding website for their rsvp and dietary requirements, not only will your website be just for RSVPing, you can also upload your gifts and other little wedding details which saves you from getting extra printed cards.

  • How much do wedding invitations cost?

The average cost of wedding invitations can vary widely, anywhere from $1 to $30 per invite depending on the design, size, printing process, paper type, and quantity. Top of the line, exotic paper stocks, and formal printing techniques like letterpress and foil stamping will add to your wedding invitations costs, as well as extra accessories such as envelope liners, customized stickers, additional cards, and belly bands.

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Through working with Paperlust, our designers can create a portfolio of work and get their names recognised with the great work they do. They get global exposure, able to reach audiences all over with their creative vision. If you're looking for Wedding Invitations NZ, go here for a range of designs suited for the New Zealand market.

We want to help Australian designers thrive and create a brand that stands for beautiful design and local talent. By choosing Paperlust for your DIY wedding invitations you can help us support our great Australian talent and end up with a special design for your special day!

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Materials for your most important day deserve the finest paper, the perfect print and the highest care. We offer gorgeous and unique paper options like Bamboo, Cotton and Wood to suit any theme. Experience our high level of detailed service as we strive to provide you with the perfect product for your wedding.

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White Screen Print on Gray Stock

Make your wedding stand out, from the moment you announce it. A romantic take on minimalism, handmade white screen print on gray stock invitations are a perennial favourite that add a unique touch. For a traditional yet modern look, choose gray stock and white ink, or unleash your creativity and opt for other hues that reflect your personality. Request a custom quote for this product today!

Make your wedding stand out, from the moment you announce it.

Walnut Wedding Invitation

These 36pt walnut wooden invitations are produced with a specialty white silkscreen process. The contrast between the walnut paper and white silkscreen complements one another perfectly. The heavy wooden paper is extremely sturdy and the final product is a versatile one that can be the perfect fit for weddings and other special events.

These 36pt walnut wooden invitations are produced with a specialty white silkscreen process.

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Airline Ticket Invitations

You may have seen images of a unique airline ticket shaped invitation on our social media accounts or website.

This unique shape (9" x 3.75") is produce by die-cutting, including the perforated sections on the ends. We can offer this shape for your invitations by custom request!

Please note that the image above features 3 colour letterpress on our 40pt 100% Cotton stock (this creates the impressed design effect). If you prefer a simpler take on this out-of-the-box invitation, it is also available with standard printing on almost any of our various  paper stocks.

Please submit a Print Quote request to our Estimations Team for pricing and ordering of invitations in this shape.

As for file setup, you may download a blank template here to help aid you in setting up your design. It will be blank and can be used in design software. Alternatively, you can create your design using our free Premade Editor: Airline Ticket Wedding Invitation.

Can you help me choose the best Wedding Invitation options for me?

Any of our representatives will be able to provide guidance in selecting the perfect Wedding Invitation for your needs.

The options are endless and can be overwhelming. We recommend sitting down and planning out your requirements and budget for the invitations so we can meet all of your needs.

If you are looking for something more custom and unique, please place a Print Quote and one of our Print Estimators will be in touch to help you out.

See: What should my budget be for Wedding Invitations?

How much should I budget for my Wedding Invitations?

Wedding Invitation pricing varies greatly and can range from $60 to over $800 for a multiple-piece invitation with envelopes and custom options.

The cost of a set of 50 invitations can be under $60 (based on the most basic product and options). Factors such as stock, print process, coating, special finishes, size and quantity will affect the total cost.

Our Design Services for, should you require them, start at $225 for Wedding Invitations.

Your Wedding Invitation Sample Pack is beautiful, can I use one of the designs?

The only designs available for use from our Wedding Invitation Sample Pack are ready for download on our Wedding Invitation page. We cannot offer any of the other designs.

Can you design my Wedding Invitation?

Due to a high volume of requests, we are unable to accommodate new Design requests until further notice. However, we welcome you to use our free Wedding Invitation Maker which you can customize with your very own wedding details!

Can you label and mail my Wedding Invitations?

It is not you, it is us – we don't want to break your heart but we cannot offer this service.

Can you assemble my Wedding Invitation with ribbon?

This is not generally a service we offer. Please inquire via a Print Quote for this service.

Do you also print RSVP cards, envelopes and other Wedding stationary pieces?

Yes, we print all Wedding Stationery, including:

  • RSVP cards
  • Envelopes
  • Favour tags
  • Seating charts
  • Event programmes
  • Table place cards

See: Can you do my save-the-date cards?

Can you do my save-the-date cards?

I DO!.. I mean, we do.

Yes, yes, we do.

Save the date cards can be ordered in the same way as Wedding Invitations. Magnets and stickers are also fun and practical to use for save-the-date cards.

Do you work with Wedding Planners?

We certainly do!

We love working with Wedding Planners to make a bride and grooms special day that much more extraordinary. If you are interested in working with us, please get in touch with us!

We are not able to provide referrals to a Wedding Planner, but make sure you make it clear you want the best Wedding Invitations – that come from Jukebox.

Can I see samples of your Wedding Invitations?

Yes! Wedding Invitation Sample Packs are available to order on our website. The pack will be shipped out to you.

Wedding Invitation Sample Packs can also be picked-up from our Vancouver location.

I need wedding invitations ASAP. What can I do? When can I have them?

We can rush Wedding Invitations and have them ready in 1-2 business days (even same day on certain stocks).

Please call our Customer Service line immediately to have one of our Customer Service Representatives help you out.

How long will it take to print my Wedding Invitations?

The print turnaround time for your Wedding Invitations will depend on the type and options you choose.

The most basic invitations with standard printing have an estimation of 3-4 business days, while the addition of foils, coloured edging, die-cutting or embossing will add between 2-6 business days depending on the specialty addition you choose.

Can I order Wedding Invitations but use them as flyers?

Absolutely! If you are looking for premium stock and more specialty options for flyers – order them from our invites section.

Every day can be made as special as a wedding day!

How is a 4x6 Flyer different from a 4x6 Wedding Invitation?

Our Wedding Invitations are offered in a much wider range of options and cards and are geared towards the smaller quantities needed for weddings with more premium stock options and formal additions.

Flyers are geared towards standard printing and high quantities such as 500+ used for marketing campaigns.

What are the options for Wedding Invitations and how do I order?

Our Wedding Invitation options offer some of the most luxurious papers. Popular choices include elegant soft Cotton which can be ordered with regular printing, or in ultra thick 40pt with premium letterpress. Boardstock is the thickest paper we carry and has a creamy hue and papery texture, while Brown Kraft is a great choice for rustic wedding themes.

If you are looking for the most custom and premium invites, we invite you to request a custom Print Quote for your wedding invites with specialty add-ons like foiled edges, silk screen, foil stamped designs or custom shapes. You can also request some of our rare stocks like Bamboo, Wood or Premium Black for your invitations through a Print Quote request.


If you are unsure which option to choose, we recommend to order our Wedding Invitation Sample Pack, which showcases examples of a wide range of our finest options.

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Bleed Area refers to images that extend to the very edges of a design. To prevent an unwanted white border from showing at the edge of your design, or for the design to appear slightly off-center, be sure to extend any background colors or design elements all the way to the edge of bleed (.125” past the trim on all four sides).

Trim Area refers to the amount of the image that will appear on your finished product. These areas will also be marked with ‘cut lines’ on your proof and are where we aim to cut your card.

Safety Area in most cases refers to 1/8 of an inch inside of the Trim Area. For thicker papers 20pt and up or wooden papers the Safety Area increases ¼ of an inch inside the Trim Area. we strongly recommend you keep important aspects of your design such as text and logos well inside of the Safety Area, otherwise, they may be cut off.

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