Kraft paper isn’t just for wrapping books anymore. Nope, we are going to take it to a whole other level. If you are looking for an inexpensive material to use for wedding invitations, favors, programs, menus… okay, anything really…. look NO further.
I love how earthy and shabby chic kraft paper is. It would be perfect for rustic or vintage weddings and, I’ll say it again, so budget friendly. Not to mention it can be transformed into just about anything.
See for yourself….
These kraft paper envelopes were made by a bride who couldn’t find ones that properly fit her invites. Sweet, right?
via Ashley Gain
We just saw envelopes, now how about a craft paper wedding invitation. Lovin’ the bookmark idea!
These program covers are made of craft paper and paired perfectly with some twine.
via Wedding By Color
Why waste money on menus? Get krafty and make them yourself. I think these are super charming!
Kraft paper is perfect for tables. It can be used as placemats, runners, or cover the entire table.
Sayings or song titles written on kraft paper is a darling idea. Spread them through the reception, stick them in your programs or attach them to your favors. There is so much you could do with this.
Who knew a kraft paper bag could be so lovely?
I LOVE kraft paper paired with burlap. It’s a match made in heaven! And with this crate and those adorable heart fingerprints… this favor arrangement is a win win!
These kraft paper tags are cute and would be a cinch to make. Perfect for favors!
Wine labels made from kraft paper… AYKM! What an awesome idea. And how about those kraft covered gift boxes? I think I’ll be gifting wine for a while!
How delightful. These little kraft paper bags are so sweet. Almost as sweet as those cherries… Mmm cherries! This is a great garden wedding idea.
Kraft paper wrapped around a small potted plant is a lovely place setting/favor idea.
This kraft paper turned pin wheel is such a cheap wedding decor idea. LOVE!
via Style Me Pretty
Heart garland… cute!
Another wreath idea! Click the link below to see how to make this one out of craft paper. Very vintagy… dontcha think??
via Happy Clippings