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Secret Garden Foil Registry Cards

Secret Garden Foil Registry Cards





  • This paper has a semi-gloss finish and is perfect for producing vibrant, rich colors. It's also FSC certified and made with 50% recycled content. 110 lb., 13pt thickness
  • Our signature stock is a thick matte paper with a smooth texture and classic white hue. 110 lb., 14pt thickness
  • Our Velvet coated paper is like nothing you've ever experienced. Its luxurious surface feels silky soft to the touch with a suede-like texture. It's unforgettable. Velvet coating on both front and back. 110 lb., 13pt thickness
  • All foil elements have been removed from the card.
  • Our flat foil has an irresistible metallic shine, with a smooth flat finish. Amazingly durable, our foil won't flake, chip, or scratch.
  • Our metallic foil with an added three-dimensional, raised, effect. A luxurious and tactile option that elevates your invitation to the next level.


Give guests your wedding wish list with the Secret Garden Foil Registry Cards. These small enclosure cards coordinate with the Secret Garden Foil Wedding Invitation Suite. Customize their delicate leaves with our palette of over 160 custom colors, including our gold or silver foil. This design is also available in your choice of over 100 hand-picked fonts.

Product Size 3.5" x 2.75"
Paper Options Signature Matte (matte finish, 110 lb., white), Smooth Coated (semi-gloss finish, 110 lb., white), Velvet (soft finish, 110 lb., white)
Included Envelope No
Return Addressing Available Yes
Collections Foil
Attribution No


love it!Review by Bobbie
They are absolutely lovely! I had hunter green with sliver foil leaves on the basic paper. The colour is completely gorgeous, deep dark green. The foil shines and sparkles! Even the basic paper has a sheen to it and is almost like a cardstock, so that it is sturdy and strong. I also had my envelopes done by BasicInvite, and its perfect. I am so happy to not have to do them and the no charge was awesome. Cant rave enough about the process and outcome. Posted on 3/22/2018