Most brides are hot on the trail of the trendiest wedding DIYs to keep their nuptials budget-friendly and totally personal. The folks over at Paper Source get it. As part of the paperie’s Wedding Workshop Series, they now offer a class totally focused on helping you craft big-day details yourself. Make your own guest book with a unique touch, develop a new style of calligraphy for all your signage, or create the best packaging for your favors — you can do it all with Paper Source’s new class series.

Haven’t found a topper that takes the cake? Totally fine, because you can make your own! Find your nearest PaperSource retail store (there are 120 of them!) or head to the website and sign up to attend a crafty meeting this July.

Rebecca Burick, Head of DIY and Workshops for PaperSource, says, “Hand lettering is a big trend and having a cake topper that looks hand-lettered is definitely something I’m seeing a lot of. We will digitally cut your names for you, and in our workshop you get to make the topper even more personal by picking a foil color for your names and creating paper flowers in the color of your choice to finish it off. One idea I love is trimming the dowel off after the wedding and framing the topper as art!”

Don’t stop at your cake topper, though. You can make custom envelopes for your invites and thank-yous, or design a 3D guest book. You can also set up a private class just for your crew and invite your bridal party to help you knock out a bunch of decor goodies. That’s what bridesmaids are for, right?!

Rebecca added, “With trends in the wedding space, people are using DIY to make their event personal and one-of-a-kind. Our workshops are geared toward helping you create those thoughtful details that will make your celebration authentic and memorable.”

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(Photos via PaperSource)