The California Crafters Club of Etsy (CCCOE) is a group of independent artists, crafters, & artisans from California who sell their wares on Etsy.com.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Wedding Paper!

I'm obsessed with both weddings and with lovely paper goods.  When I searched for both among CCCOE member shops, I was enthralled by the offerings, so I elected to share my findings!

Are you hosting a destination wedding?  Or perhaps your theme is travel-related?  

Hand-calligraphy envelopes for your big day!
I think these "Save the Date" vintage map stickers are just delightful!
Adorable personalized map + compass necklaces are perfect bridesmaids gifts!

Beach wedding?  Look no further.

Rustic, beachy-themed favor boxes with tags.
"Wish tree" tags in a lovely seashore theme.
Elegant seashell wedding invitations

Hmm, where can I find some good wedding banners...

Simple and sophisticated "Mr. & Mrs." chair banners
Okay, not paper, but a close cousin: a super sweet FABRIC banner!
"Photo Booth" banner sign

Or, you just need a good old-fashioned paper greeting.

GORGEOUS hand-embroidered card for your soon-to-be-wed friend.
"My HEART belongs to you."  Get it?!  ;)
Simply stunning vintage-style paper wedding scrapbook!

Whatever your theme or color scheme, you're covered in the wedding paper department with CCCOE!

Contributed by Emily of Anna Delores Photography, who is neither planning a wedding nor gifted in the crafts of calligraphy or letterpress.  :)

4 comments:

  1. Great finds! Makes me wish I was getting married oh well...there's still vow renewals!

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  2. Love all these wonderful finds. Perfect for that special occasion! Love it!

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  3. I'm not really great with paper crafts so I just love and appreciate the creativity in handmade paper goods.

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  4. Great post, so many beautiful spring wedding ideas.

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