first told me the direction she wanted to go in for her wedding paper goods, I was instantly thrilled. Kraft paper is all the rave these days. From market butchered papered meats to west elm bags, you can find it all over. But kraft paper with white ink is a whole different story. This type of printing is rare and hard to come by.
And all though I shouldn't pick favorites, I have. This style of paper goods has won my heart -with its clean, simple and rustic appearance. The flowers on this card were hand watercolored by a local artist and created just for my sweet friend! Currently, we are working on the bride's invitation set that will appear similar but even more elegant.
Did I mention they live in Australia? Oh how I love that
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