It is good to have this idea as your wedding invitation. You can have Passport wedding invitations now! How to make it? pretty simple! You can make it by yourself to save more of your budget.You are the crafty DIY sort of bride who doesn’t mind or even welcomes a bit of a crafty challenge (don’t worry they are not hard to make, just time consuming).You are only making a small quantity of wedding invitations, say 50 or 80 versus 200 wedding guests.You want pocket folds made from a very specific type of paper or material that are not available pre-made. Step One: Using my printable pocket fold invitation templates to create pocket fold invitations.
I’ve created two different templates for this tutorial/project. One is for electronic die cutting machine users and the other is to cut by hand. The pictures illustrated here are of me using my die cutter, just because it is the most efficient way of creating these. Passport wedding invitations can be used to have something simple by print it. print it into some 11 x 17 cardstock. If your printer does not allow you to load 11 x 17″ paper you may have to email the template to a local copy shop and have them print it for you. Print just one copy! This will save you money. If you use die cutting machine cutter, Make sure and adjust the template so that it is not lying right on the edge of the mat. You will also need an extra large cutting mat, and adjust the settings in SCAL so that the software knows you are using a large mat as well.
Adjust the machine settings accordingly for the thickness of your paper and the press the “cut” button on your computer. Step Two: After the paper is cut using the template you will want to go ahead and score all of the edges that will need to be folded. These pocket wedding invitations templates are designed to create a 5″ by 7″ invitation, so you’ll want to make the pocket area small enough to fit inside of the invite when folded. Start by scoring across the top of the two pocket tabs at the end. Measure 4 7/8″ from where you scored at the tabs, and create another score mark. Measure over again, this time 5 /14″ from the last scoreing, and make another mark. How to finish your Passport wedding invitations? be creative!