Marblevine is the dream child of twin sisters who combined nature with classic elegance to provide luxury paper that is handmade and does not involve the destruction of trees.
Relying on their love for clean designs and elegance for inspiration, the twins envisioned luxury products that were handmade without compromising on quality that could be used for every special occasion including baby showers, holidays, weddings, birthdays, and events.
With more than 30 years in the business, Marblevine has learned and reshaped the industry, dedicating itself to bringing handmade luxury wholesale wrapping paper rolls to stationery stores, boutiques, online customers, and gift shops that may be looking for modern, simple, and clean designs. We also make custom foil wrapping paper designs for a variety of special events and weddings. For these custom products, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The twins are committed to continue working on elegant, luxurious, and modern designs for the future. Our products are sold online exclusively throughout the United States of America, and we continue to offer a variety of products that include gift tag accessories, gift bags, gift wrap and other products used in entertaining.
This tan gift bag comes in a geometric zigzag pattern. Dubbed the “iced latte” bag, it is decorated in a sparkle gold design and is ideal for every occasion.
Description: All our gift bags are made of premium 200 GSM handmade paper. Made with high quality products using silk screen advanced techniques, this bag is an ultra-luxurious handcrafted piece of art. The bag has a gift tag.
Inspiration: The inspiration for this gift bag is summer and spring. It is an ideal bag for girl baby showers, gifts for her, and birthdays.
Dimensions: 12”W x 10”L x 4” Bottom Width
Shipping: Allow 1-2 working days. A gift tag comes with the bag at no additional cost.
Marble+Vine is known for creating the best wrapping paper that is beautiful and eco friendly. We participate in markets all over the Northeast and we’ve heard your questions about DIY projects.
We’re here today with some alternate uses for our sheet wrapping paper!