Category Archives: Featured Invitations
DIY Corporate Retreat Invitations

These gorgeous Corporate Retreat invitations were created by Ryan Lindahl for his company’s Legacy Retreat. (One in 2014 and one in 2016.)  They turned out gorgeous and we just had to share! Ryan created the design, and printed these corporate invitations, using our Envelopments DIY invitation supplies to create this stunning pocket invitation – complete with […]

Pockets that fit 5 x 7 Invitations? YES! We have them!

Your lovely invitations just arrived in the mail… But your new 5 x 7 invitations (also called A7 invitations) are too big to fit in your pocket folds. You’re not alone.  So many brides call us because this happens… All. The. Time. Most pocket brands are just too small to hold your invites, and you either have […]

Summery Yellow & Gray Pocket Fold Wedding Invitation

As summer is approaching quickly, we’re super excited with this sunshine-esque Envelopments® Pocket Fold® invitation.  Bright but soft, warm & inviting, these delicate watercolored golden flowers bring this invitation to life. Featuring the gorgeous yellow watercolor flowers of Lisa Glanz, and gorgeous typography (Isabella for the script), these invitations give a light, airy quality to your […]

Celebrate in Art Deco Style

We are just enamored with the elegant art deco style custom invitation.  Designed by the bride, this card features a shimmering 5 x 5 folded card mounted to a black pocket card.  The main invitation is printed on gorgeous Ecru Micah cardstock in elegant raised black thermography printing.  It features bold graphic elements and fonts […]

The FASH BASH – Fabulous in Foil!

We had a great time working with Designer Emily Sheridan from A Day In May on this amazing Corporate Event Invitation for the Detroit Institute of Art‘s annual Fash Bash. The main invitation is an oversize 8 x 8 folding card printed on a double-thick matte black cardstock (so it’s HEAVY), with gorgeous tone-on-tone black […]

Aneta & Michael’s Blush Wedding Invitations

Aneta & Michael were looking for a subtle but elegant invitation.  Designed by Evelyn Chadwick of EC Designs in New York, and printed/assembled by us here at EnvelopMe.com, this gorgeous layered invitation features a blush backing layer (metallic C3 Coral) and a matching E3 Coral mailing envelope. The invitation and enclosure cards were printed in […]

An Enchanted DIY Fairy Birthday Party – Part 3: The Party

For our final post on the fantastical Enchanted DIY Fairy Party, we’ll show you how it all came together.  And be sure to check out our previous posts for the Fairy Party Invitation and more on the Fairy Party Decorations. Of course, to have a fantastic Fairy Party, you need Fairies, food and fun party […]

An Enchanted DIY Fairy Party – Part 2: The Decorations

You can’t have an Enchanted Fairy Party without “Fairy Hollow.”  My original inspiration for this party was an outdoor garden party.  However, while we have a lovely backyard, this party was going to be in the summer, with an expected high of about 110 degrees.  The kids might survive, but the parents would certainly melt.  […]

An Enchanted DIY Fairy Birthday Party – Part 1

In honor of spring, we wanted to share this fun Flower Fairy Birthday Invitation. Most of the time, we do your invitation your way, but this one was for an extra special client and I got to do it my way… yes, my daughter gets whatever she wants when it comes to invitations.— or maybe […]

Susan & Chris: Gold & Mint Die-Cut Wedding Invitation

We’ve been so excited about this invitation, but had to wait to share because it was being published in a major wedding magazine – Style Unveiled Spring 2015 Issue. The wedding was featured both in the printed magazine and online! But now it’s published and we can share… Here’s a close-up shot of the beautiful […]

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