How To Make A White Wedding Card


Posted on 5th July 2018 by Nicole Mullen
Filed under DIY Wedding Stationary Advice, Projects And Cards By Type, Wedding Stationery

Hi all,

Nicole here to share a wedding card with you. It is that time of year when it seems like there is another wedding every other week! I love making wedding cards that reflect the couples personality and the theme or vibe of the wedding. In this case it was very scandi and rustic and relaxed. So I decided a white on white theme with a pop of woodgrain would be perfect.

The Papermilldirect Hammered White card is perfect for doing white on white cards, because the texture really adds a lot of dimension to the cards.

White On White Card 1

I worked with layering die cuts such as the wedding couple, oval, a frame for the circle cut out, and the banner for the sentiment. Even though these are all cut from the same white card they all each add their own bit of texture and dimension. The bride and groom I added on foam tape. I glued the sentiment banner down on either end with foam tape in the middle for dimension.

White On White Card 2

I love how the Papermilldirect textured cards add so much to projects. Which is your favourite?

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