Posted January 10, 2012 | 3 Comments
If you’re planning a spring or summer wedding, now is a perfect time to get started on those DIY wedding favors you’ve been putting off through the holidays. Today, we’re sharing an amazing article on how to make DIY seed favors, an inexpensive and eco-friendly wedding favor guests can actually use. With just a few easy-to-find items you can craft these DIY seed favors for guests to plant their first blooms of spring. Read on to find out more…
This tutorial by MADE (spotted via Pinterest) requires only a few basic supplies like soil, pots, seeds, cookie cutters, paper, and a few additional items you most likely have around the house. What we love most about this project is the ability to customize the different shapes with cookie cutters… which means personalization is endless! We’re already imagining these fun seedlings made from alphabet cookie cutters to tie into your monogram, numbers to tie into the wedding date, or various shapes which can tie into your wedding theme. And, if you’re in love with this idea but your wedding is off-season, guests can still plant your beautiful seedlings indoors to bloom all year long. Besides, flowers are way more fun to have around the house than plastic store-bought favors.
To get the full how-to scoop, check out MADE which shows you how to craft these seed favors from start to finish.
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