Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings

Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings

This  pop up card was one of my first wedding card designs. It's simple, elegant and represents marriage or an engagement. The card has 2 rings which stand up in the center of the card. I considered making 3 rings, but I would have had to cut the third ring out separately and glued it inside the card. The 2 rings can be cut out and assembled with minimum amount of gluing. I made three versions. The first version is the basic linked ring card shown here:

In the next card, I've added “Congratulations” and the names of the couple within the rings. The names make the card more customized.  To make it a little more simple, the initials of the wedding couple could be used.

In this version, I've made the card into a pop up card wedding invitation. I've added a red ribbon for some contrasting color. I've also cut out the date and time of the wedding and glued them into the ring “shadows.” I then printed out some wording to paste on the sides of the ring “shadows.”

Here is a video of the three cards.

The tutorial for this card design can be viewed here: Wedding Invitation Linked Rings Pop Up Card Tutorial.

The template for this card can be purchased here: Wedding Invitation Linked Rings Template.

  • cherif
    Posted at 06:39h, 22 April Reply


  • Ruby
    Posted at 16:28h, 22 April Reply

    wow! beautiful card designs as always! keep up the great work!

  • Olivia
    Posted at 13:23h, 25 April Reply

    luv it

  • suzy
    Posted at 21:14h, 01 May Reply

    Bonjour.Magnifique travail :continuer .je ne me lasse pas de regarder .bonne journée et bonne continuation .Suzy

  • durandconnie
    Posted at 18:38h, 24 June Reply

    I have to show this to my friend. She will adore it. Thank you.

  • seshiria
    Posted at 19:00h, 07 August Reply

    Beautiful … just made one for a friend’s wedding … I love it, hope they do too! You’re very talented and I can’t wait to try out your other creations! Thank you for sharing!

  • Claire
    Posted at 07:31h, 14 September Reply

    hello,I love this design!!!!
    it’s amazing….
    Could I use the idea to make my wedding card??
    wait your answer!

    • Creative
      Posted at 07:52h, 14 September Reply

      Hi Claire! I would be honored if you used this card for your wedding. The only limitation is that you can’t sell the card. I would love to see what all your cards looked like when you’re finished!

  • novita
    Posted at 11:34h, 26 October Reply

    really love your card…. <3

  • maya
    Posted at 09:29h, 05 December Reply

    love it! would like to use this for a project due next week when will you have the tutorial up?

  • naya
    Posted at 14:53h, 16 December Reply

    i love it… i’ll link it to my blog!

    • Creative
      Posted at 23:35h, 16 December Reply

      Thanks! I like the background in your blog!

  • Peassoupp
    Posted at 19:11h, 08 January Reply

    What machine did you use to cut out these rings

  • Vasudha
    Posted at 07:29h, 25 January Reply

    for letters in the ring….did you draw the letters or do you a temmplate for letters?

  • Vasudha Kumar
    Posted at 00:07h, 12 February Reply

    i have made this card successfully with manual cutting….but i dunno how to make the appropriate envelope

  • Vasudha Kumar
    Posted at 00:09h, 12 February Reply

    i have made this card successfully with manual cutting….but i dunno how to make the appropriate envelope…can i know how to make the envelope for this card

    • Creative Rich
      Posted at 02:42h, 12 February Reply

      This card will fit in a standard invitation envelope. You can also wrap it like you would a gift. I often wrap my cards with nice wrapping paper instead of using an envelope.

  • Claire
    Posted at 02:50h, 09 April Reply

    I finished this wedding card!
    but I dont use that be my wedding card.
    coz it’s expensive for me:P
    I still made it

  • Claire
    Posted at 02:50h, 09 April Reply

    thank you so much!!!!!:)

  • Yosly
    Posted at 10:40h, 03 May Reply

    Do you sell that kind of invitation?
    Can you make it for sell them?

    • Creative Rich
      Posted at 10:48h, 03 May Reply

      Hi! I sell the templates for you to make and customize your own invitations. Sorry, I don’t sell already made cards.

  • Yosly
    Posted at 08:51h, 08 May Reply

    How can I get the templates?

    • Creative Rich
      Posted at 10:23h, 08 May Reply

      Hi! You can order the template in the Template Store. Thanks!

  • Christina AC
    Posted at 11:03h, 22 June Reply

    This is beautiful & is also perfect for an engagement party!! These would be great for mine. However, it kinda looks like a lot of work! Approximately how long did it take you just to make one? I’d want to invite up to 50 people (or more) & I can only imagine the time & work. Also/lastly, I don’t have those tools you were using :

    • Creative Rich
      Posted at 18:14h, 22 June Reply

      Hi Christina! I made my own wedding invitations. You may want to consider buying a cutting machine. This will make it much easier and faster to make. If you cut it out by hand, it could take you 30min to 1 hour to cut the designs out by hand. You could simplify the design a little and cut them out faster. For example, you don’t need to cut out all the facets in the diamond.

  • Fresita Gines
    Posted at 09:43h, 23 November Reply

    Hola no tendras la plantilla de esta tarjeta que esta en you tube es muy hermosa

    aunque hace un tiempo vi otra parecida pero con unos novioes que a medida que se abria la tarjeta se hiban acercando y se besaban esa me encanto y quisiera comprar la plantilla porfavor … me gustaria que me des una mano gracias

  • saeed
    Posted at 12:31h, 01 March Reply

    Hey, I like this design

    I need to order one copy of it as sample.

    I am not sure, if thats possible



    • Creative Rich
      Posted at 01:37h, 02 March Reply

      Hi Saeed. Thanks for visiting my website. I sell templates that you can use to make the card. We do not offer finished cards at this time, but we may in the future.

    Posted at 02:14h, 30 April Reply


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