I fell in love with marbled paper when I studied abroad in Florence, Italy, and have been excited to see it pop up in so many places lately! Marbled paper and marbled patterns have shown up on everything from wrapping paper to napkins – and there are endless opportunities for marbled elements in weddings! I will definitely be incorporating marbled paper elements into my future (currently non-existent) wedding. – Annie
Create an impact with a marbled table runner. | Photography: Pen/Carlson, Event Design and Planning: Jayne Weddings via Swooned
Mint marble and black calligraphy make stunning place cards. | Marble Place Cards: Minted, Photography: Jeff Mindell via Studio DIY
Marbled paper lampshades are an easy way to add memorable style to your reception. | Marbled Wrapping Paper: Minted, Photography: Morgan Blake of Three Pennies via Minted
Use marbled boxes and envelopes as escort cards. | Calligraphy: Nancy Hopkins, Photography: Patricia Heal via Martha Stewart Weddings
Marbled napkins add a boost of color to your table. | via Sugar and Charm
These marbled bags from Oh Happy Day were originally intended for an advent calendar, but would be lovely favor bags!
Add a unique twist to marbled place cards with a touch of liquid gold gilding. | Oh So Beautiful Paper
Make marble place card holders or place cards from actual marble tile, which are a remarkably affordable and sophisticated option. | (left) via Almost Makes Perfect & (right) via Sugar & Cloth
Incorporate marbled paper into banners and even the aisle runner. | Marble Banner: Minted, Photography: Morgan Blake of Three Pennies via Minted
Use marble contact paper to transform ordinary cans into beautiful vases. | via Fall For DIY
Use marble slate as place cards for a simple table setting. | Marble Slate Name Tags & Photography: Jen Huang via Camille Styles
Beautiful… another excuse to use marbling!
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