Paper Goods

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Make a cute and easy display for your pinwheel escort cards. For this project, we used a pretty floral origami paper. Origami works great because there is a different pattern on the front than there is on the back.

Wedding Chicks

 Today's do-it-yourself loveliness comes from the fabulous ladies over at Wedding Chicks. This tutorial, by Hilton Pittman Photography, is a perfect Saturday-afternoon activity - perfect for tucking sweet love notes or "thank you" cards into.  

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How fun are these save the date calendars?   We love practical projects that are adorable too!


-Sticky Back Foam Sheets (2mm thick, anything thicker, won’t fit in your craft punch)

-Acrylic Blocks (for rubber stamping)

-Pigment Ink Pad(s)

-Card stock (12″ x 12″)

-Small paper calendars

-Craft punches (an alphabet set and any other shapes you like)

-X-Acto knife


-Pencil with erasure




 Add an unexpected burst of light at your evening wedding!These paper lanterns are a cinch to create-and will be talked about by all of your guests! 




-Cafe string lights

-Scissors (plus X-Acto knife if you have one)

-Glue (heavy duty)


These simple yet whimsical paper cones are perfect for guests to neatly hold confetti or rose petals until the newlyweds exit the building!


-Thickish Paper (I used the luxe fino cream cover weight paper at Paper Source)

-Double stick tape

-Xacto Knife or Paper cutter

-Ink Jet printer 


1. I used the creme paper from Paper-Source and printed a pattern on both sides of an 8.5" x 11" paper. However you could also use any two sided patterned paper (usually found in scrapbooking supplies)