DIY Elegant Garden Laser Cut Frame Invitations
Posted on April 18, 2019
These DIY laser cut frame wedding invitations are all about the details. A simple, modern invitation design is paired with a “Garden” laser cut invitation frame featuring intricate greenery. We brought in an vibrant green invitation mat to keep with the natural greenery theme and finished off the suite with a matching RSVP envelope and an Outer A7.5 envelope in a neutral, earth tone. This suite is perfect for a botanical or woodland inspired wedding!
- Garden Laser Invitation Frame (5 x 7″) in Forest – $.79
- Invitation Mat – (5.25 x 7.25″) in Gumdrop Green – $.25
- Printed Invitation Card (5 x 7″) on Heavy White – $.52
- Outer A7.5 Envelope (5.5 x 7.5″) in Harvest – $.29
- Printed RSVP Card – (3.5 x 5″) on Heavy White – $.38
- RSVP Euro Flap Envelope (3 5/8 x 5 1/8″) in Gumdrop Green – $.17
- Zip Dry Glue – $4.79
DIY this suite at $2.40 per Invitation Set (Not including Zip Dry Glue)
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1.) Start by choosing your invitation design. This can be something you design yourself, a template you purchase from somewhere, or you can take a look at our free wedding invitation templates. For this suite, you’ll want your invitation card to have a final size of 5 x 7″ and your RSVP card of 3.5 x 5.”
2.) Print yourself at home on using 8.5 x 11″ cardstock, or have your design printed at C&P through the “Print Your Own Design” section.
3.) Flip your laser cut frame to the back side. Use Zip Dry Glue to add a thin line of glue just around the outside edge of the frame, being careful not to put the glue too close to any laser cut details.
4.) Center on your printed invitation card and secure in place.
5.) Flip your invitation card to the back side and use Zip Dry Glue to add a thin line of glue around the outside edge as well as thin diagonal lines through the middle making an “X”.
6.) Carefully center the invitation card over your invitation mat and secure in place.
7.) Slide your RSVP card under the flap of your (pre-addressed) RSVP envelope. You can now place it neatly on top of or behind your main invitation.
8.) Carefully slide your whole invitation suite into your Outer A7.5 mailing envelope, which should already be pre-addressed. Seal your envelope with Envelope Moistener with Adhesive for a secure seal.
Now you have a beautifully laser cut framed invitation that is sure to take your guests breath away!
See how we DIYed below:
Change up the laser cut frame and envelope colors to fit your wedding color palette, or use a different laser cut frame design with the same assembly methods for a completely different theme. The result will always be a beautiful DIY laser cut frame wedding invitation that you can be proud of!
Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below.
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