I cut and scored some strips of paper to make a couple of medallions or rosettes. I like when the paper curves from being scored and then I get a kick out of how much the paper shrinks down from being folded. A scoring tool helps, but I’m sure you can use straight edges for the same result.
Then I piled them on top of each other, inked the top medallion with Mr. & Mrs., and stamped the bride and groom’s last name onto the center tail ribbon.
It was a complete fluke that the next day I found a gift wrap that went with my paper rosette gift topper. I initially thought I would wrap the gift in gold tissue paper because I thought the contrast of all the mixed papers in the gift topper would be nice on a plain surface. In the end, I think the Mr. & Mrs. wrapping paper ended up being perfect.
If you want some more creative gift wrapping ideas, check out my Boxes and Bows Pinterest board. What types of things do you like to do when you wrap presents? Definitely try using paper medallions and let me know how they turn out.