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Wildflower Favours

22 Apr 2014

Wildflower Favours

Plantable wedding favours and stationery

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We love wildflowers and weddings and we are so happy we can combine the two. Our favours and stationery are created from recycled seed packets and plantable/recycled seed papers. The seeds in our packets are British-grown wildflower seeds and are great for bees and butterflies. We think we could be pretty unique in this.

Weddings are great for spreading the wildflower love! Give your guests packets of wildflower seeds as favours - simples! The hope is that they will actually plant the seeds and love the flowers so much that they will want to plant more in their gardens, especially when they see how many bees and butterflies come to visit! Their friends will come to visit and admire their Lady’s Smocks, Ragged Robins and Soldiers Buttons and want to grow them too, and, hey presto, more and more of us are growing wildflowers! The bees and butterflies will love you for it!

We print invites and all other types of stationery on gorgeous recycled papers that are plantable, containing seeds – they really do grow into flowers (we know, we have tried them). Also available are plantable paper shapes, such as hearts and butterflies, which you can use in your own favour designs or simply give them away as they are.

All designs are flexible, with personalisation options. You can even design your own seed packets at no extra cost!

So if you are considering an eco-friendly wedding, do visit our website and have a look!

For more information call 01227 730242 or visit www.wildflower-favours.co.uk

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