Pocket Invitation Design Tutorials for Every Level of Creative Ability
At LCI Paper, we understand that everyone has varying levels of experience and creativity in which to create their own invitations with. This is why customers very often request assistance designing, printing, or assembling their invitations. Cherie M. of Arizona writes:
I want to make my own pocket invitations, but I am new to invitation design. LCI offers pockets in so many styles, colors, and sizes, I don’t know where to begin! Does LCI offer any tips or ideas to help novices like me with the design process?
- Cherie M.
We certainly do offer help, and we’re happy to do so! Our goal is not only to offer quality papers to our customers, but quality service as well. We don’t want to provide you with just the materials you need; but with the information and advice that goes along with it.
Whether you’re a novice or a professional; whether you’re looking for creative inspiration or for detailed step by step instructions, we’re here to help with your pocket invitation design every step of the way!
Design Inspiration Videos
See our pockets in action! Some of our best pocket invitation design videos can be found under our Pocket Invitations Video Category – but you won’t find just videos here!
A design idea is no good if we don’t also teach you how to make it, right? That’s why below each inspiration video you’ll find invitation tutorials with all the tools you need to make pocket invitations like the ones shown – instructions, printing templates, and materials lists. DIY has never been easier!
A Collection of Our Favorite Pocket Invitation Design Tutorials
To get your creativity flowing, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite pocket invitation design tutorials. Use the step by step instructions and print templates to recreate the pockets as shown, or use them as inspiration for your own unique spin off.
An increasingly popular invitation style among today’s brides & grooms to be, this invitation features stylishly stacked reception, direction, & reception cards all wrapped up in a metallic portrait pocket fold. Invitation card and stacked cards are embellished with exquisite Japanese Chiyogami paper, a great complement to the metallic papers that make the ensemble up.
A combination of a metallic pocket fold, matching metallic insert cards, and eye-catching Japanese Pearlized Filigree paper, this pocket fold invitation is nothing less than modern elegance. Monogrammed invitation and response cards add an extra touch of wedding opulence to this design.
This pocket fold invitation design is made up of two of our most popular lines of paper – Savanna wood grain card stock and floral Chiyogami paper. A striking design ideal for an outdoor affair, this invitation features wood grain insert cards embellished with floral Chiyogami, enclosed in an ever popular wood grain pocket fold.
If you are looking for pocket invitation ideas, this design is chock full of them! The Handmade Black Damask Pocket features a square pocket fold with a three-layer booklet pocket insert. Invitation has accents of black and cream filigree Chiyogami, and is mailed in a Chiyogmai lined envelope to bring the whole ensembles together.
Using our sleek and stylish metallic pocket cards, we created a contemporary, streamlined pocket design. The Midnight Blue Stacked Pocket Invitation features an invitation card on the front and three stacked cards in the back – a great way to fit lots of information into a compact space. Pocket card design is jazzed up with one of our many patterns of Chiyogami.
A more simple version of the pocket invitation above, the Ornate Layered Pocket Card has an an invitation card on the front accented by a vellum overlay, and response items in the back pocket. A stunning combination of golden, pink, and cream hues, this invitation is fit for the most elegant of events.