Keep It Together With Pocket Fold Wedding Invitations

Here at MyGatsby headquarters we’ve declared today Pocket Appreciation Day. After all, what would we do without them? Our jeans have the underappreciated five pocket structure offering space for the iPod, cell phone, money and ID, with the tiny extra fifth pocket for a mini lip gloss or pocket change. Inner and outer pockets on purses offer quick access to PDAs and pens and paper for jotting down wedding planning epiphanies. Pockets even kept all your school papers together in folders back in high school, long before you were worrying about weddings and wedding invitations. Today, we highlight the pocket!

When it comes to your wedding invitations, pockets are a great way to keep everything you need together – after all, there’s more to invitations than just a flat panel stating the date and time! At the very least, you’ll have to include a response card so your guests may RSVP with ease. It’s increasingly common, too, to include a reception card with directions to the reception’s location if it’s not on the same property as the ceremony. Some even include a map along with that to make finding the place easier for guests. With all that, you’ll want an easy way for your guests to keep all cards in place.

Envelopments comes to the rescue with Pocket Folds and Portable Pocket Wedding Invitations. Each is constructed with ample space for your invitation wording and an inner pocket that easily holds the cards you need to include. You’re not limited for choice, either, with card layouts including portrait, booklet, landscape, and more! You can even have the wording printed vertically or horizontally, tilting your wedding invitations to your preference so you get exactly the look you want.

For a different look, try out Portable Pocket Wedding Invitations in the size of your choice: 3.5×5, 4×9, 5×5, or 5×7. The sleeve shape can be used to hold your wedding invitations, enclosure cards, or both!

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