DIY Wedding Invitations with Lokta Cording
The latest invitation line from Formal-Invitations.com features beautiful lokta cord. Lokta is a native shrub in Nepal, harvested by cutting its stem, which regenerates in a few years. The inner bark of lotka is soaked, hammered into pulp then spread into thin sheets and dried by the sun. Lokta twisted cord from Formal-Invitations.com contains 50% recycled lokta fibers, naturally colored using vegetables dyes. The cord can be used as a short tie or wrap, the ends untwisted to create a beautiful leaf shape. These unique wedding invitations with lokta were made with the heavyweight Wheat background card and white overlay wrapped with Cedar brown lokta cord. View how to make invitations with lokta cording and order luxe invitations supplies at Formal-Invitations.com.