A Parchment Scroll
This unrolled blank parchment scroll shows signs of aging around the edges. Real parchment is a thin material made from calf, sheep, or goat skin. Its most common use, before plain paper and the printing press, was for the pages of a book manuscript. The finest qualities of parchment are called vellum. Today, true animal parchment is expensive and difficult to find. Plant-based (vegetable) paper parchment is most commonly used. This drawing could be used for a wedding invitation or announcement. It could also have the reception menu printed on it and placed on each table.