Kraft Paper + Stamps
You’ve left a mark on every last detail of your wedding, and the parting mementos should be no exception. Impress upon invitees how much they mean to you with useful favors tucked inside rustic-but-chic packages made of humble papers and inked designs. The creations look simple because they are, but as we all know by now, the simplest things are often the ones we love the most.
Retro motifs can remind you to celebrate life at a slower pace— and showcase hobbies like biking, sewing, and reading. Use them to personalize notebooks with a rubber stamp. Notebook, from $2, muji.com. Cavallini & Co. Curiosities rubber-stamp set, $28, papersource.com. Following the last song, offer sweets to go in boxes with labels that you’ve created. Dulce de leche doughnuts with almonds, $3 each, doughdoughnuts.com. Bagel boxes, $10.75 for 50, bioandchic.com. Rubber-stamp set, $18, heroarts.com. When you want something less showy than tulle or cellophane, parchment is a naturally charming wrapper for wine. Tie a big tag on with twine, then voilà! Rubber-stamped tag, $10.50, paperpresentation.com. A stamped gift tag hints at a culinary delight—actually a hunk of nutty Romano cheese—wrapped up in parchment paper. Kraft tag, $5 for 10, paperpresentation .com. Silverware stamp, $6.75, 123stitch.com. Parchment paper, $4.50 for 70 sq. ft., thrivemarket.com. Give the fixings for a fine cup of joe. Buy the beans from a local roaster, stamp your many thanks on the bags, then fill ’em up. Stamps, from $10 each, casey rubberstamps.com. Tin-tie coffee bags, $17 for 100, papermart.com.