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8 inch wavy wooden sticks for wedding program fans or paper crafts

Create, assemble, and decorate unique invitations, stationery, and paper crafts with our extensive collection of invitation supplies. From adhesives, to cutting tools, to ribbons, bows, bands, and brads, we have all you need from start to finish. Choose from a collection of professional grade crafting tools such as x-acto punches and non-wrinkling ZipDry paper glue. Browse a colorful and trendy collection of embellishments including convenient self-stick bows, rustic-chic hemp twine, and personalized envelope seals. Put a personal handwritten spin on your project with one of several dozen Gelly Roll pens. Whatever your crafting needs, whatever your creative design, you will find all of these invitation supplies and more on this crafty and creative page. What will you create with our invitation supplies?


Invitation Treats

Invitation Treats

Add a fun and colorful embellishment to your invitations, programs, place cards, favors, and paper crafts with our invitation treats. Choose from a large selection of vibrant ribbons, hemp twine, spiral clips, metal brads, and more to complete your design.

Crafting Tools

Crafting Tools

All the tools you need to piece together your one of a kind design - adhesives, cutting tools, paper punches, pens - you name it, we have it. All crafting tools are in stock, ready to ship, ready to help you create something great!

Envelope Seals

Envelope Seals

Seal your invitation envelopes, favors, or stationery in style with custom envelope seals. We offer several dozen seals in your choice of design, color, and shape. Choose your favorite design, then customize with your personal info - it's as easy as that!

Invitation Tissue

Invitation Tissue

Both pretty and practical, invitation tissue is a traditional accessory used to protect your invitations from smudging and smearing during the mailing process. Wedding tissue is offered in a traditional color palette and in classic and designer styles. Several sizes to choose from.


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Decorative Ways to Secure Vellum Without Adhesive

Vellum is a beautiful paper that adds elegance and a sense of intrigue to traditional invitations. Sadly, a lot of people ruin their vellum invitations by using adhesive to adhere it to their invitation cards. Although it is possible to use adhesive with vellum, there is a lot of room for error. When used in excess, or if placed in the wrong areas, glues and double sided tape may be visible through the vellum, which is never a good look. Why risk this problem when there are many ways to secure vellum to your invitations without using adhesive?

Decorative Clips

Decorative spiral clips are the easiest, most convenient way to secure a vellum layer to an invitation. To use a decorative clip, simply slide the clip over all layers of the invitation as shown below. Available in heart and spiral shapes; and in red, silver, gold, and black, choose a clip to complement your invitation style.

vellum adhered with gold spiral clip

Metal Brads

Invitation brads are another way to decoratively adhere a vellum layer. Similar to how the clip was used above, hold all of the invitation layers together using just the brad; no glue necessary. To do this, simply use a micro round punch to start a hole for the brad post, then insert the post through all of the invitation layers, securing it in the back.

vellum adhered with metal brad

Invitation Bands

Wrapped around an invitation horizontally, invitation bands are an elegant way of holding vellum in place. Unwrapping a band to reveal your invitation is almost like unwrapping a present, and creates a sense of excitement in your guests. The invitations below are simple combinations of backing cards and printable vellum layers, all wrapped up with invitation bands. To hold the band together in the back, use a small dot of adhesive, or a small piece of double sided tape.

vellum adhered with chiyogami band


There are two ways to use ribbon to adhere vellum. The first option is to tie it around all of your layers, as you did with the invitation band. Another is to tie your layers together, as shown below. Use a ribbon stitch punch to punch a hole through the vellum and accompanying layers, run ribbon through it, then tie it into a decorative knot or bow. Tie the ribbon in the center, or in one of the corners; whichever method you prefer.

vellum adhered with black satin ribbon

Use a self adhesive bow

There is strong double sided-tape on the back of self-adhesive bows, making it quick and easy to adhere them to invitation cards. Self-adhesive bows are a convenient way to adhere a vellum overlay to a backing card. To do this, simply peel the paper cover off of the double-sided tape, and align the tape so that half of it sits on the vellum, and half sits on the backing card, as shown below.

adhere a vellum overlay with a self-stick-bow

The bow will remain firmly attached to both the backing card and the vellum, holding the vellum in place. It will also nicely decorate your card.

Please note that this method will only work for two layer invitations, as the double-sided tape is too small to firmly adhere to more than two layers.

simple vellum invitation with black satin bow