Wedding Fortune Teller

Get nostalgic with these origami paper fortune-teller wedding invitations {otherwise known as a cootie catcher}.

We can all remember making these interactive art toys as children or at least playing with them, and we’re convinced they’d make super fun wedding invitations, wedding favors, wedding programs, and wedding menus.

By the looks of things, Kat’s Krafts agrees. She designs some of the cutest interactive wedding paper toys we’ve seen.







Of course, instead of purchasing them, you could always get creative and make them yourself. You can download a fortune-teller template created by Ruffled, by clicking here. Obviously, this is far more time consuming option, but it could be fun and would make it easier to personalize them.


Either way, this darling idea is bound to impress your guests and be a hoot.

{Images 1-6 via Kat’s Krafts; Image 7 via Martha Stewart Weddings}

  1. Kristen says:

    Such a cute idea! Guests will surely be impressed!

  2. Courtney Honer says:

    Hi – I’m working on a project for a couture runway show in Chicago and we were going to give away origami fortune tellers to guests. Is there a template or software application downloadable to make them ourselves? We are trying to create these as cost friendly as possibly. Any advice or guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!


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  4. Kirsty says:

    Could you please give me a quote for the fortune teller origami invites. I think we need 50.

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