Crafting with paper is such a great, affordable, and easy way to personalize your wedding. There are so many pretty options out there, including, of course, those by Martha Stewart Crafts (go team!).
Right now I'm also really liking the zebra and faux bois patterns from SEI, a Utah-based company I discovered a few years back at the Craft & Hobby Association's annual conference and trade show in Anaheim.
Clockwise, from top left: "Fauxbois" kraft paper with gold accents (99¢). "Red Mahogany" solid cardstock (75¢). "Golden Zebra" foil on kraft paper (99¢). "Fauxbois" back side. "Silver Zebra" foil on kraft paper (99¢). All prices for a 12"-by-12" sheet.
No matter where you source your pretty paper, I love how the way you work it into your wedding can be so personal. You can go bold or subtle, preppy or boho, plain or ornate, edgy or traditional—the choice is yours! And with scrapbooking papers, you get two distinct patterns per sheet, making them even more versatile (as seen with the "Red Mahogany" pattern above, which reverses to a lovely wood rings print).
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