Want to use Vellum Paper with a Pochette invitation?

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We received a great question from Sabrina in Australia

I want to order translucent paper to fit inside the Pochettes. Do you sell these in that size? Also do you give advise on how to print in order to fit for this size?

Watch the following video to see how we used pre-cut and printable translucent vellum paper to layer in our Pochette invitations. You’ll also get printing tips–useful if you decide to print directly onto the vellum.

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  1. Patricia Cleary says:

    I’m designing wedding invitations and love the look of pochettes with avellum printed invitation inside. I wonder though, where you place the respone cards as it doesn’t seem quite right to simply place it inside the pochette where it falls out once you open it.
    Thanks. I love our website.

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Patricia,

      Typically response items are placed right inside of the petal fold, but if you do not like the look of that, you can always place response items outside of the pochette inside of the mailing envelope.

  2. D says:

    How did you do the silver ribbon on the blue pochette invitation? Is the ribbon holding the vellum to the card and pochette or was it just attached? Can you please provide the instructions for what you did with this invitation? Thanks!

    • Kristen says:

      The blue pochette features a pre-tied, self-stick bow. To attach it, we punched a small hole in the vellum and attached the bow over the hole. In this way, the tape on the bow sticks to both the vellum and the card beneath it.

  3. Sue Schiro says:

    For mailing a Pochette, can you print directly onto the front of the pochette, or would you have to handwrite?

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Sue,

      Due to the fact that the edges of the pochettes are round, you can not run it through a printer. If you want writing on it, you would have to hand write.