Distribute these tissue pouches to your guests before the ceremony for their tears of joy.

To make a pouch, use a bone folder (guided by a ruler) to crease an 8 1/2-by-11-inch piece of sturdy yet pliable paper widthwise three times: 2 inches from the top, 5 inches from the top, and 1 inch from the bottom. Fold the first flap back, the second up, and the third down to make a cuff. Center a tissue on the sheet; fold back the sides where the tissue ends; weave the flaps into one another to secure. Turn the pouch over, and insert tissues. Decorate as desired: We stamped each pouch with a phrase and tucked in a phlox blossom.


Comments (5)

January 8, 2019
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September 8, 2011
Can't hurt for outdoor weddings and a possible sneeze either
July 27, 2011
I saw this on the MS website almost 11 years ago and decided to make these for my guests - they were a hit. I printed the sentiment on the paper before folding them.
January 6, 2010
I am looking for the stamper that says "for your tears of joy." Where can I purchase that at?
November 18, 2008
for outside the mass with the programs