Recycled paper offers a wide range of possibilities for your wedding décor. This recyclable material may be folded, rolled, or cut into different shapes and forms to create a variety of decorations like paper flowers and pom poms. Moreover, paper accents lend a warm and charming vibe that suits romance-filled weddings.

Because paper materials--like old magazines, newspapers, or books--are readily available, you don't need to spend so much on your décor anymore. You and your guests may even keep the paper accents as souvenirs after the wedding.

Another recyclable material you can incorporate into your décor is fabric. You can gather old swatches to make them to look like flowers, or stretch them to use as trims or runners. Lace showcases a romantic air that goes well with old pages of books. They also channel an effortless old world charm that is truly swoon-worthy.

Browse through our gallery below and see how you can incorporate paper and lace into your décor for a romantic and eco-friendly tablescape.

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