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If you are a regular reader, you know that my favorite crafting tool is my Cricut cutting machine, and the projects on this site include a good mix of hand-cut templates and cutting machine templates. Of course, I know that the typical reader does not necessarily have access to a cutting machine, so I try to share projects that can be accomplished with or without this tool. Our most recent wedding invitation, the blush painted papercut wedding invitations, was a design that I created in collaboration with Cricut, so all of the papercut accents are hosted in Cricut’s Design Space. Because I want to make sure that anyone can use these designs, I have also created non-papercut versions of the paper goods in this set. After sending out your invitation suite, use these wedding day paper goods to carry the theme into your event! This post includes a wedding program, menu, and even a decorative fan that you can give to your guests on the big day.
Blush pink has always been a classic wedding color. It is soft and pretty and you have to admit that it reminds you of love. Our blush wedding set has an elegant painted design that almost resembles pink soapstone. It is perfect for couples with an understated style who want to let their love speak for itself. The papercut version of the wedding day paper goods include floral backers for the program, menu, and fan, and the non-papercut version includes a template to make your own folded fan. Start by editing the paper goods to reflect your event. Download and install the free fonts Antonio Bold and Majesti Banner. You will only need Antonio Bold to edit the newlyweds’ names, and then you can add in the rest of your wedding details and menu items with Majesti Banner.
Use the smaller printables to pair with the papercut wedding day paper goods, or use the standard sized paper goods without the papercut backings. After editing the paper goods, print them onto white card stock. We have included a PDF and SVG version of the foldable accordion fan if you do not want to purchase the papercut version in Design Space. If you are using the PDF version, use a small hole punch to cut a hole in the bottom of each panel of the fan. This fan also comes with decorative accents that you can print onto card stock or label paper and stick to the centers of your fans (with some hot glue if you are printing on card stock). Follow the step-by-step photo tutorial below for folding your fans! Now that you have your wedding day paper goods to go with your Blush Painted Wedding Set, stay tuned for the post-wedding thank you cards. Browse all of our wedding paper goods, and follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to see what we are sharing daily. Cheers! ~ Lia
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