Giada + Davide’s Kraft Paper and Lace Wedding Invitations

As much as I love bright pops of color, I’m just as easily blown away by a beautiful wedding invitation suite done all in soft and natural colors.  Valentina from Cut and Paste created these beautiful invitations for a recent wedding in Friuli, Italy, combining kraft paper, lace, and even lasercut wood into the wedding invitations and day-of stationery!

From Valentina:  Giada and Davide wanted a soft boho style wedding with lots of little flags and banners.  I created an invitation suite with a natural color palette, incorporating lace, kraft paper, and wood.  The kraft paper invitations were screen printed in white ink with a lace overlay at the top, then paired with white envelopes and kraft paper wrap-around address labels.

For favors, we printed copies of Giada and Davide’s favorite biscuit recipe on kraft paper and bound them to small jars of cinnamon.


Lasercut wooden flags served as table numbers, while laser engraved clothespins functioned as place cards.


Thanks Valentina!

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Photo Credits: Valentina | Cut and Paste

  1. I just stumbled onto your blog and I am so thrilled that I did! You are super talented and I am excited to be a new follower and come back daily! Xoxo.

  2. OMG, I love these!! The touch of lace is so beautiful, and I’m SUCH a lace fan! I love, love, LOVE all the details!! Thanks for sharing!

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