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Where can you get wedding invitations that fold out? Where can you find invitations with rsvp included? And what is the deal with all-in-one invitations?
Ah, so many questions!
These are just a few of the questions posed by you guys in the recent weeks (we love ya, so keep ’em coming!) and since they all apply to each other it was about time we finally addressed ’em!
After digging online to find the best option for wedding invitations with rsvp attached… and we finally decided on which one it is. All-in-One Invitations by Minted. And they’re amazing!
These unique fold-out style invitations from here are the most affordable option of its kind, starting as low as $1.50.
Whether you like this unique fold-out style, you like getting wedding invitations with rsvp included to save time and money, or you’re just curious what exactly it entails, you’ve come to the right place.
In this blog post, we’ll tell you five reasons why invitations that fold out (and invitations with rsvp included, the same thing!) should be on your radar right now.
Plus, we’ll show you a few of our favorite design examples of all in one invitations with rsvp card perforated right on the bottom. It’s an amazing idea, isn’t it?
Let’s get started!
Invitations with RSVP Attached
Folded wedding invites — the fancy name for wedding invitations with rsvp attached or that fold out — are a modern style that couples are loving for five reasons.
1. Wedding invitations with RSVP included save money.
The number one reason why people like folded invites? The price!
Since there is NO envelope required, you save significantly on the price of an additional envelope needed. With these, you’re really getting wedding invitations with rsvp attached that requires no envelope to send, since it is, indeed, a postcard.
Furthermore, you save EVEN MORE MONEY sending the pre-stamped postcard to your guests because postage stamps for postcards cost less than standard stamps.
2. Less paper waste.
From an affordability standpoint, we already mentioned that wedding invitations that fold out cost less because of fewer envelopes.
From an ecological view, though, you’re also contributing to less paper waste! Since guests won’t need to use another envelope, that is TWO envelopes per invitation you would normally use and throw in the garbage.
Times that by, oh, let’s say 100 invites, and that is a substantial amount of paper savings.
3. You save more time assembling the invitations.
Traditional invites take quite a bit of time to assemble yourself. There’s an outer envelope, inner envelope, enclosure cards, the invitation itself, vellum paper, and sometimes even more. Then you need to get the entire invitation weighed at the post office and estimate the proper postage.
With folded invitations like these, you simply fold, seal with three clear enclosed stickers (so it stays closed!) on the center and both sides of the flap, and add a stamp. Pop it in the mail! No envelope required.
That’s right: you just gained a ton of much-needed time by tackling this in one evening — easy!
4. No hand-cramps.
Goodbye, hand cramping from handwriting your invitation addresses, or that return address fifty times or more on each envelope. And no need to stamp them, either! With your invites, you receive free envelope addressing and return address printing included in an elegant font that looks just like beautiful hand calligraphy.
Oh, where were these totally useful folded wedding invitations when I got married?!
5. Easy to coordinate with all wedding stationery.
Besides the fact that these wedding invitations that fold out offer amazing designs and stunning color choices, but you can also easily match them to other stationery pieces for your wedding.
For instance, you can buy your folded wedding invitations and get a wedding website to accompany it for free! And everything matches perfectly.
Then go ahead and match to your heart’s content: get your wedding programs, favor stickers, table numbers, place cards, and even thank you cards to match! Then save on shipping by bundling it all together in one order.
I’m telling you, if folded wedding invitations weren’t on your must-have list, I’m hoping you’re finally seeing how awesome they really are.
Here are some styles you may love: I hand-picked just five designs to share. There are many more to browse on the website. Also, if you see an invitation here but it is not the wedding color you have in mind, it’s easy to change/customize. Click on a photo below or link under the image to make changes and personalize your own folded wedding invitations.
This design is by Angela Garrick and offers other colors.
I’m really diggin’ it in blue!
Isn’t this the perfect invitation for fall weddings? We think so, too! By designer Petra Kern.
It is amazing how different this invitation looks, simply by changing up the color! By Susan Moyal. I adore it in yellow…
… and also in amethyst!
This beautiful artistic invite is designed by IAmTanya.
This black-and-white-and-gold invitation makes an elegant choice! I love the way the font is used on this fold out wedding invitation. By Jill Means.
Romance In Spring
By Angela Marzuki.
If greenery is your style, you’ll love this invitation by Susan Moyal. It is so pretty!
Here’s the flap!
By Beth Schneider.
This mountain invitation is gorgeous! By YuliyaEvseeva.
These are the ULTIMATE winter wedding invitation as far as I’m concerned! By Chocomocacino.
A pretty + colorful invitation any time of year! By Pink House Press.
This style is perfect for an art deco themed wedding! By GeekInk Design.
Let It Snow
So, what do you think about these invitations? Are you choosing wedding invites with rsvp attached, or taking a more traditional route?
Tell us in the comment box below!
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