Friday, December 30, 2011

Kristyn and Stephen's mini scroll programs

Kristyn and Stephen loved our new mini scroll programs. Using a white/gray/black theme to match their wedding colors, we created a program to showcase their wedding ceremony and bridal party.

The programs were printed on white matte paper and included a combination of light and deep pink ribbon for holding the shape of the rolled program.

Congrats to the happy couple! :)

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Jacquelyn and Michael's wedding invitations

the first update to Jacquelyn's samples, Their invites!!!!

a few minor changes from the samples, but Jacquelyn and Michael's invitations are complete. using an Old Gold square pocketfolder, a black metallic background is a perfect frame for their invition wording, printed on a champagne layer.  the Map/direction card and the RSVP card have a champagne top layer with printing and a black metallic cardstock backing. They will be stuffed into the pocket with an old gold RSVP envelope, printed with her parent's address on the front.
When folded, the pocketfolder will be wrapped with a black satin ribbon and adorned with a rhinestone circle buckle.
A champagne metallic cardstock layer will be added in the envelope to protect the rhinestone during mailing.
The square metallic champagne envelope (not pictured) also includes the return address printed on the back flap and the guest's names and addresses printed on the front.

next up? the rest of their wedding items including programs, place cards, table numbers, etc.... :)

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Jacquelyn's Samples

I am currently working with Jacquelyn on a variety of items for her wedding... and here are the photos of the samples.
We are using Old gold, brick red, black and champagne metallic papers throughout the items to give the happy couple a coordinated look for their big day.

items included: pocketfolder invitation set with envelope printing, RSVP card and map insert card; table numbers and place cards, dinner menu, ceremony program, and wine (favor) tag.

pictures of the final products will be available soon!

Friday, December 9, 2011

Jessica and William puzzle program

Jessica and William  loved our double sided puzzle programs. The front of the program included their wedding ceremony, bridal party, and in memory section. The back of the program showcased a fill in the blank puzzle as well as a heartfelt thank you. 

The programs were printed on cream/ivory matte cardstock and included sage green and burgundy printing. A pre-sharpened golf pencil was also included for the guests to fill in the puzzle while waiting for the ceremony to start.

Congrats to the bride and groom! :)

Monday, November 28, 2011

Changes for 2012

As you may know, I officially started Scrapping Innovations after the birth of my first daughter, Kaitlyn, in 2008.  As with most sellers on etsy, although I will never be rich, my little business is a nice “helping income” and allows me to be a stay at home mom while keeping my sanity at the same time.  I am so touched that my etsy shop has taken off so well and received such positive feedback!
With the birth of our second daughter, Kristen, at the beginning of September, I am learning very fast that life with two kids is no joke :) In order to balance a happy family and satisfied clients, a few adjustment will be effective for new orders:

Here are some changes for the 2012 year...

* My etsy shop will include a few additional sizes and options for candle lanterns. A minimum of 10 lanterns will be required per order.

*My etsy shop will include a few options for dinner menus. There will be a $15 set up/design fee for each menu design. A minimum order of 100 will be required.  I will be accepting 1 menu order per month for completion.  If the order is completed early, I may accept an additional order(s).

*My etsy shop will include limited program options. There will be a $35 set up/design fee per program layout and will require a minimum order of 100.  I will be accepting 1 program order per month for completion.  If the order is completed early, I may accept an additional order(s).

* will be available for viewing as a "full catalog" of our products. The shopping cart will be turned off for sample orders.

*Other custom orders be accepted on a very limited basis.

Please give us a few days to adjust the website and etsy shop- we should be up and running with the changes December 1st. 

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please email me ( or send me a convo through etsy.  

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

I am thankful this Thanksgiving...

So many of my friends and family are posting things they are thankful for on facebook... I felt the need to join in on the fun.  It’s amazing how much we take for granted until we sit back and truly understand and appreciate what we have in our lives.

I am thankful for....
1.)    My husband: sure, we drive each other crazy every now and then, and I have a list of things I would like to “tweak” on him, but he’s my everything. He’s wonderful- a loving husband, a hard worker and provider for our family, a fantastic dad... and he even takes out the trash, changes the oil in my car,  and keeps the yard clean.  He’s the cornerstone to our family and I do not know what I would do without him.  No matter how hectic or uneventful my day is, he is there at each and every night to celebrate my triumphs and tribulations. He’s a great life coach and well as a student as we teach each other all of the time.  He’s providing me with a wonderful life and family. He’s irreplaceable in every sense of the word.  As each day passes I realize how lost I would be without him, and how thankful I am to have him as such an important figure in my life.
2.)    My daughter, Kaitlyn:  she reminds me to enjoy each day as she continues to grow at lightning speed. She makes me laugh with her innocence, and challenges me everyday to be the best person/mom I can be. She teaches me more than I ever thought I could learn from someone not yet in school.
3.)    My daughter, Kristen: at only 2 months old, I have learned so much from her. she reminded us that patience is a virtue, and that with faith and prayers, anything is possible.  She keeps me on my toes, makes sleep more precious, and makes me smile just because I am looking at a toothless grin.  I am reminded how much she needs me and loves me and proves the saying  “to the word I am one person, but to one person, I am the world” is true. I love how I can calm her down and make her smile when she is upset.  She proves that love is the greatest gifts one can give... and receive. 
4.)    the health of my family: I am so thankful that all I worry about is a cold or a runny nose.  I am thankful that the drugs in my cabinet consist of bottles like Asprin and Tylenol, and not more powerful drugs needed to sustain life or fight a serious disease.
5.)    the spare change in my purse: sure, money doesn’t buy happiness, but it’s one of those things that is needed. It pays for the roof over our head, the food on our plates, the clothes on our back, the tv playing in the background, etc. We do not have a swimming pool of coins like Scrooge McDuck, but it’s nice to know that we have enough money to pay for food tomorrow.
6.)    My husband’s job. With the current economy, it’s nice to know that we are getting a paycheck this month and will be able to afford all of the necessities as well as the “nice-sities” we have become accustomed too.  They provide wonderful health insurance.  The building is close to our house, allowing my husband to come home and be with his family each night.  He works hard, and his job recognizes and rewards him for it.  I’m proud of him, and I hope his company is too.
7.)    My education:  free education for children, the ability to graduate with a degree from high school and college...  Sure, my diploma is hanging on a wall in my basement office and my student loan bills are gradually getting paid while I am “retired” from engineering... but the education I received inside and outside the classroom is invaluable and it’s something that I wouldn’t redo or can have taken away from me. it’s also good to know that if something happens, I have that diploma (and work experience) to fall back on and support myself and our family if need be.
8.)    My new career, Stay at home mom:  it’s the most emotionally draining, time-sucking, adult conversation-less, and thankless job I have ever (and probably will ever) have. I am there. Always. 24/7/365 days of the year without a break and always on call. There is no such thing as “vacation”,  “sick” or “personal”  time.  My wardrobe is accessorized with spit up and PB&J- and sometimes I might get a shower before bed! I cannot expense lunches to the company or hang up on a customer. The pay sucks. The words “bad chair” and “pee pee”  are part of the lingo. Presentations include playdoh or crayons.  There’s nothing “glorious” about it. But it’s amazing. I get to see my children grow. I know them better than anyone else in this word.  I get to stare at them sleeping and play with them when they are awake. Soon, I will be able to be a school helper and field trip mom. I can feed them lunch and take them to the zoo on a random Monday.  They can run to me when they get a boo boo (and I do have to say that I am the best booboo kisser in the land) or need a hug.  I am so thankful our family can afford it. One of these days, many years from now, I’ll find out how I am doing on this job..... let’s hope for a positive review and maybe even a raise ;)
9.)     My new career, Scrapping Innovations:  between the mickey mouse episodes, piles of toys, and overall general lack of Adult conversation during the day, I am happy I can complete a job that I enjoy, am good at, and also helps financially.  I will never be rich- my volumes are fairly small, my prices are considered reasonable and  I only  take on a handful of clients at a time. But I love it. it’s a creative outlet with a purpose. My clients are thankful for my service, and I am thankful for being able to help them.  It’s gratifying knowing I am a small part of one of the biggest days of their lives.  Since I am internet based, I am able to work on my schedule around the kids and household chores.  I have the equipment to make my products as efficiently as possible and the space to be able to store all of my inventory.  I know my business is a “helping income” and I am not pressured to take on more jobs than I can handle. In comparison to my SAHM gig, I have semi instant gratification on a completed job- it’s amazing how far a little “good job, here’s a few bucks and a positive review” can go. My clients are the reason I am able to keep my small business going- and I am thankful for them too!.
10.) My parents: obviously, I would not be here without them- but it’s more than that. They provided us (my sister and me) with an ideal “storybook” childhood. They taught us what it means to love. Always there for us, they showed us the way to be “good people” and responsible adults. The guided us to make the right decisions, and how to pick ourselves up from our mistakes. They cheered for us on the sidelines and behind the scenes.  We had everything we needed and rarely went without something we wanted.  They taught me the value of a dollar and hard and honest work.  I would like to believe I make them proud, as I am proud to call them my Mom and Dad.  
11.) My sister:  We grew up together: we played house and dollies together, she wore (aka stole) my clothes, we blamed each other on the “oopsies” of life to mom and dad, and we have countless inside jokes.  As we have grown, even though our lives have (currently) drifted, we still remain close. She is a great auntie to my girls. We still have fun together.  Sisters by chance, and friends by choice.
12.) My inlaws: They are so supportive of everything i/we do. They have the great balance of being involved without smothering. They are great babysitters for our kids. They are the most loving, kind, generous, and friendly group of people I have ever met.  They welcomed me into the family with open arms. They did a great job raising and shaping my husband into the man he is today.  Holidays and gatherings are a wonderful amount of “craziness” that shows the love they have for one another.  I couldn’t ask for a better family to become a part of.
13.) My faith: I feel like I have taken this for granted and only recently truly appreciated it.  I am thankful for God and everything he has provided.  The power of prayer is incredible and reassuring.  I will try my best to remember that no matter what the circumstance, he has a plan.  He’ll guide us on the right path as long as I listen with an open heart.  I am amazed by the amount of love He has for us.
14.) My friends, my TRUE friends: i have a ton of acquaintances, I have many friends, but I only have a small handful of TRUE friends. They know my flaws and can laugh them off. they don’t care if my floors are clean, if I am wearing makeup, or what appetizers I am serving. They understand when I cant get to the phone or respond right away on an email. Distance means nothing.  having months apart from each other just seem like a short break when we are reunited.  No matter what we do when we are together, talk about via phone/online, or have going on in our day-to-day lives, they are in my heart and mind often.  Those to vent to, laugh with (and sometimes ‘at’), cry for, and share life together. Those friends are truly angels on earth.
15.) My extended family: grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles... I am blessed to be part of such a supportive and loving family. Through good times and bad, they are there to help and cheer each other on.  I always took it for granted, I thought every family was that close... I am learning  more and more each day that we have a special bond.  I am not sure how many other families can say they know and love their 4th cousins—but we can. We don’t see each other nearly as much as I would like, but that doesn’t mean our relationships and heartstrings are not strong.  I grew up with a family that heals with food  and hugs... and would never change a thing!
16.) Those loved ones I have lost, especially my Nana and Papa: It’s hard to lose someone you love. It’s hard to see people you love grieve for those they have lost.  Just because time has passed, it doesn’t mean we miss them any less.  I was honored to have them placed in my life in the first place. I am glad for the hurt, because it shows me just how much they meant to me. By missing those only with us in spirit, it is a daily reminder to appreciate those people that are still on earth with us-- because God can call them home at any time.  I have wonderful memories and very special guardian angels above. 
17.) My American Citizenship:  So many Americans risk(ed) their lives to defend and protect this country. So many people come to this country to find a better life for their family. So many nations ask for our help in a crisis.  We have running water, free education, quality health care, and help for the less fortunate. We have the right to vote, own land, carry a gun, and even complain about the government if we want to. And it’s all because I was born within the country’s borders.  God Bless the USA.
18.) Road blocks: I am in no way saying I had/have a difficult life, but I am thankful for every road block I have come across. Each struggle, decision, fork in the road, heartbreak, and closed door I encountered (either easy or hard, big or small) forced me to make a choice - and each has taught me a lesson in the process. I learned from the good choices as well as the mistakes. Life experiences are a great teacher, as long as you remember the lesson :)
19.) “me time”:  I love being around people, but sometimes, it’s nice to have a break from the responsibly of everyday life and just have a breather. I am a mom, wife, sister, daughter, friend, housekeeper, cook, employee, etc....  so these “me” times are few and far between and now it’s a luxury that I am truly thankful for. It’s amazing how a trip to the grocery store alone or an hour with a good book can be so relaxing and reviving.  Those days “off” are like mini vacations and it helps me puts things in perspective- I am a better Me because of it.
20.) Technology: I rely on my computer and the internet each day. I am able to “talk” to customers even with a crying baby on my lap and I can be a global company with ease. I can look up countless amount of information with typing on a keyboard. I can access my calendar, to-do list, family photos, and coupons to my favorite store with a click of the mouse.  I don’t have to find a pencil to write a “thankful for” list- and I can add and edit without an eraser. I love how I can connect with friends and family with facebook, emails, and instant messaging at lightning speed, even if they are in a different state or time zone. Digital Cameras are one of the best inventions for active kids -  I cant imagine how much money I would spend on film/processing to see all different angles of my kids head (except her face!).  Television and Videos are perfect for those “I have to get things done” time when young kids are present. I hate to say it, but a 2 hour movie can be a lifesaver! My microwave and I are great friends for a fast lunch or defrosting meat for dinner.  
21.) Arts and Crafts:  these were my favorite subjects in school. I love to scrapbook. I love seeing Kaitlyn’s creativity with different mediums...and how she uses various items to show us how she sees the world. I even love to (on rare occasions) finish a project :-) . I love taking time to create.
22.) Every day: each morning is a new beginning:  another chance to learn, play, think, create, love, and be thankful for each blessing in my life.
23.)  The realization that I need to stop and smell the roses: I am glad I figured out how blessed I am at a “young” age. I still have time to enjoy every moment, to savoir every good thing and fix those that need repair. I know how good I have it. I need to stop complaining and sweating the small things, because they are, in fact, just small things.  My largest worries in life consist of things like hitting the snooze button (rather than the “dismiss” button!), minimizing the time mickey mouse is on the tv, looking through the sales papers to see if Meijer or Target has the best deals, and what to make for dinner.  I have a great life... and for that I am thankful.   

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Kathryn And Albert Programs, place cards, table numbers, seating chart

Kathryn and Albert loved our gate fold wedding programs. Using a champagne colored paper, we printed the information (including a quote, wedding participants, ceremony order, and thank you) in deep chocolate brown ink.  Their monogram "M", printed in a light tan color, completed the background design. A gold metallic wrap is included  and showcases the couple's names and monogram.

In addition to the programs, the couple also ordered a poster seating chart (not shown),double sided table numbers (table number on the front, and a message to their guests on the back), and place cards for the head table.  The deep chocolate brown ink is carried throughout their order as well as the 2 fonts from the program.  The seating chart is printed on photo poster paper, and the remainder of the items were printed on matte ivory card stock.

Congrats to the bride and groom!

Monday, November 7, 2011

Kameron and Brock Mini Scroll Programs

Kameron and Brock loved our new mini scroll programs. Using their wedding colors, we created a program to showcase their wedding ceremony, bridal party,quote, ceremony information and a heartfelt thank you. 

The programs were printed on cream matte paper and included printing in eggplant purple and deep green.  A light pink monogram matches the included light pink ribbon for holding the shape of the rolled program.

Congrats to the bride and groom! :)

Monday, October 31, 2011

Tiffany and Gary Half Pocket Programs, Menus, and Table Signs

Tiffany and Gary loved our half pocket programs with a double sided insert for their wedding ceremony.

Using a black metallic cardstock and the base of the insert, their information is printed on white metallic papers and attached to either side of the insert. A white "monogram" tag includes their names and ceremony location  and is attached to the pocket of the Aqua cardstock base. 

The couple also elected additional reception items including small table numbers (not pictured), guest table assignments and menus. 

The Table numbers and Table assignment sheets are printed on white metallic paper in matching fonts to the programs. They are cut to the bride's measurements to fit into frames for display. 
The single layer menus are also printed on the white metallic paper. The aqua and black borders are printed onto the white paper to give the illusion of multi-layered item without the price :) A dash of pink with the matching fonts and colors coordinate with the programs for a cohesive and elegant look. 

Congrats to the bride and groom!!!

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Pearlescent/Metallic Paper Colors

Many of our items are made with the option of pearlescent papers. The gorgeous soft sparkle on both sides adds an elegant metallic and shimmer finish.  

Cardstock/Paper options (no printing): all colors shown with the exception of “Sky” (not available in either flat cardstock or papers).

Text (top) layers to all Invitations and Programs:  White, Champagne, Light Pink, Silver, Aqua, Punch, Copper, Red, Gold, Lavender, Fairway, Peach, Cappuccino,  Mint, Light Purple, Bright Pink, Vista, Orange, Old Gold, Garden, Light Blue, and Lime. (For the darker colored papers: Black ink recommended. Not recommended for intricate designs/fonts)

Portrait Pocketfolder: White, Champagne, Light Pink, Silver, Aqua, Steel, Punch, Copper, Bronze, Gold,  Brick, Lavender, Sky, Ruby, Fairway, Mint, Black, Light Purple, Navy, Bright Pink, Vista, Orange, Old Gold, and Light Blue.

Cascade and Landscape Pocketfolder: Black, Navy, White, Champagne, Silver, Bronze, Brick, Aqua, Fairway, Steel, Old Gold, Bright Pink, Copper, Light Blue and Ruby.

Petal Folder: Black, Navy, White, Champagne, Silver, Bronze, Brick, Aqua, Fairway, Old Gold, Copper, Light Blue, Vista, Punch, Orange, Gold, and Light Pink.

Pocket (1/2 Sleeve) Folder: Black, Navy, White, Champagne, Silver, Bronze, Brick, Aqua, Fairway, Steel, Old Gold, Bright Pink, Copper, Light Blue, Gold, and Ruby. 

Full Sleeve: Black, Navy, White, Champagne, Silver, Bronze, Brick, Aqua, Fairway, Old Gold and Light Blue.

Note: The paper color must be lighter than your ink color. (We cannot print "white"). 
Matte and recycled color options are available upon request.

As a bonus to the environment: This paper is recyclable, acid free, and elemental chlorine free. No metals or foils are used in production of the paper!

Please confirm your color selections prior to ordering to verify production and stock.

Memorial Candle Lanterns Quotes and Phrases

New for the 2012 year, Scrapping Innovations will be offering two sizes of Memorial Candle Lanterns.
Here is a list of possible quotes you can use (or combine) to honor those who are with us in spirit. You are also welcome to submit your own sentiment.

1. For those who are in our hearts today and always . Bless us in spirit as we begin our new life together
2. Forever in our hearts, Forever in our lives
3. In Loving Memory of those who have gone before us
4. On our Wedding Day, we share our happiness with those who live in our hearts.
5. For those we have loved and lost along the way, A light to remember them shines here today
6. May the road rise up to meet you, May the wind be always at your back, May the sun shine warm upon your face, And the rains fall soft upon your fields, And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of his hand.
7. For those gone in presence but here in spirit. This light shines as a symbol of lives and loves remembered
8. In our hearts your memory lingers, sweetly tender, fond and true. There is not a day that we do not think of you.
9. God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be. So he put his arms around you and whispered "Come to Me". A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands now rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best.
10. Nothing can ever take away the love a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps you near.
11. Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure.  You are loved beyond words,  and missed beyond measure.
12. On our Wedding Day we share our happiness with those who live in our hearts.
13. This light shines as a symbol of lives and loves remembered
14. In loving memory of (name) who is present in our hearts
15. When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure
16. Your presence we miss, your memory we treasure, loving you always, forgetting you never
17. Let this light be a loving reminder that someone is missing today, Someone our hearts still hold on to, As we travel along life's way. Someone who made life so special, for all those who gather here, Someone who won't be forgotten, But cherished from year to year. And now as we pause to remember, Let us all fondly recall, How dearly each of us loved him(her),  and how he(she) loved us all.
18. If roses grow in heaven, Lord, please pick a bunch for me. Place them in my loved one’s arms and tell them they’re from me. Tell them I love and miss them, And when they turn to smile,  Place a kiss upon their cheek and hold them for a while. Because remembering them is easy, I do it everyday, But there’s an ache within my heart Because I’m missing them today. When everything is said and done, I will cherish this day with a smile Because I know they are here with us as we are walking down the aisle.

Monday, August 15, 2011

We'll be back in October!

Hi everyone!

In case you haven't heard, we are expecting Baby#2 in just a few short weeks!  With that said, we are closing the shopping cart on our website ( and our etsy shop (  until the first week of October.  We will be using this time to update the sites and include new items for the 2012 year... plus, adjust to life as "four" :)

Please feel free to send an email to as I will be periodically checking my 
email and answering questions during this time.

During this time, I will also be posting some "teaser" photos of our new items on our facebook page (  Make sure you become a fan so you will receive notification of new photos and the revealing of the updated websites!

Enjoy the start of the autumn season.... and we'll see you in October!
<3 Steph

Lia and Rocky's Circle Cut Out Wedding Programs

Lia and Rocky loved our circle cut out programs for their wedding ceremony.

Using a black metallic paper as the front and back covers, white metallic paper for the insert layers, and "Philly Flyer" orange (well, close anyways!) ribbon- we created their programs!

The couple provided their monogram graphic to use as the image on the first insert page-- which you can see from the outside of the program due to the circle cut out.  A combination of black and gray fonts filled the pages of the program to include an intro "cover", wedding party, ceremony order and a special note page with a thank you, in memory and "did you know" section.

Congrats to the bride and groom!!!

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Amy's Owl-Themed Baby Shower Items

A few years ago i worked on wedding programs for Amy and Peter's wedding ceremony. Now, i have the privilege of working with Kathee (Amy's mom) again to work on items for their baby shower!

Matching a red and aqua Owl theme, we created two designs of candy covers (for peppermint patties). One with the owls, and one with "Amy's baby shower" in matching colors.  The white matte cardstock is a perfect base for the candies, while the red and aqua metallic paper layers add a perfect amount of color and sparkle to the covers. The top layer includes the printing.  Both the top and the bottom covers include adhesive for easy peel n' stick assembly to the candies.

Kathee found a photo of a "wishes for baby" card on the internet.  With some modifications to the design, we recreated a similar card using the red/aqua theme.

i was also able to find an owl punch-- so confetti was created! using the white/aqua/red metallic papers owls were punched.

Congrats to the mom and dad to be! and thank you to Kathee for thinking of me again!

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Nicole and Ricky Scroll Program

Nicole and Rick loved our scroll programs. Using a white/cream/black color theme, we created a program to showcase their wedding ceremony, bridal party, in memory section as well as a heartfelt thank you.

The programs were printed on white matte paper and included cream and black printing. Black ribbon was also included for holding the shape of the rolled program.

Congrats to the bride and groom! :)

Monday, August 1, 2011

Casey Baby "Sprinkle" Invitations

Casey (and hubby!) is expecting baby #2, and her Mom and Mother in law are throwing her a mini baby shower ( a Sprinkle... isnt that cute???).
The mom- and dad-to-be are going for a rocket ship theme for the new baby boy, so it was only fitting to create a space theme invite.

Using a single layer white matte cardstock 5x7" card, a combination of blues, browns and greens were used to create a star border with a rocket ship in the center of the invite.
Wrap around labels were also created (the host's address will be on the back of the envelopes, and the guest's names will be on the front of the envelope-- all using the same label!). Blue stars and matching fonts/colors tie in the labels to the invites.
White envelopes are also included.

Congrats to the parents and big-brother-to-be... and thanks to Michele for thinking of me once again! :)

Olivia and Travis Damask Wedding Items

Olivia and Travis elected to use our programs, candle lanterns, place cards, and dinner menus-- all with a black and white damask theme! i love coordinating items :)

The couple chose our tea-length single fond wedding programs. Using a white matte cardstock as the base, a damask graphic is printed on the cover with their names and wedding date/location.  The inside of the program includes a listing of the ceremony order as well as the wedding party. The back showcases a thank you note to those in attendance as well as those in spirit.

The Dinner menus are printed on metallic white paper. A damask print is included along the top edge of the page. The bride and groom's name is printed above the dinner selections.

The 2-layer flat place cards are created using a black metallic cardstock as the base and a white metallic top layer. The damask graphic used on the menus was also carried onto the place cards. The guest's names and table number are printed in coordinating fonts.

The table number candle lanterns also coordinate with the rest of the reception items!  A damask pattern is printed on the top and bottom of the vellum wraps. When assembled, they will form a candle lantern approx 8.25" tall and 3" in diameter. In addition to the table number, their names and wedding dates are included.

Congrats to the very happy couple!