With the boom of social media, there are more ways of sending out invites. Some people use facebook to create events and invite their friends – paperless and faster. Others send it through text messages or email. However, if you are having a BIG event or are going to invite important people, having a well designed invitation card is imperative. First impressions last and your invites will reflect the kind of event you are hosting.
Now, if you’re looking for unique invitation cards, then I would suggest you checkout Pop Up Occasions! Their pop up cards adds so much more appeal to every invites.
About Pop Up Occasions as told by Karla:
“Our Pop Up Card business started as a hobby since I was a little kid. I had such fascination with pop up books – on how they made it fold flat when closed and then come to life in 3D when opened.
I studied how these mechanisms work and made pop up cards for close friends to cheer them up on special occasions. I did not take it a step further until my very own wedding – October last year. I, together with my now husband, made our own wedding pop invitation (see it here). When we posted it online and distributed to our guests, we were overwhelmed by everyone’s reaction- they loved it! And eventually, some people also wanted it for their own wedding.
I knew this was a great business opportunity since nobody else in the market today makes these special types of invitations. Our business concept is simple – we want to convey a message in a very personalized, unique, and most unforgettable way possible. Sharing feelings through words is not always easy for everyone, but by incorporating several pop-up and mechanical elements, these feelings come to life!
We started off making pop up Christmas cards for friends and relatives in 2011, and now we make pop up invitations for weddings, birthdays, corporate/marketing events and other occasions – both locally and internationally.”
90 Degree Fold – The 90-Degree Fold mechanism is a pop up technique, which by virtue of its name, is viewed best when opened 90 degrees which is also sometimes called “L-shaped”, for that matter.