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So excited to share this tutorial for DIY Seed Packet Wedding Favors with you today! If you are looking for a wedding favor idea that lasts longer than Jordan almonds, is more useful than a heart shaped bottle opener, and won’t break the bank, then this wedding favor idea is for you! Give a gift that comes back every year and makes the world a little brighter – the gift of wildflowers!

DIY Seed Packet Wedding Favors

Wildflower seeds can be bought in bulk one-pound bags, which would be enough for several hundred wedding favors. Select seeds that are native to your part of the country, or shades of blooms that match your wedding theme.

The key to giving wildflower seeds as wedding favors is the packaging, and lucky for you we’ve made this super simple! Use our free printable template to make your own “Seeds of Love” envelopes, then drop two tablespoons of seeds into each envelope and you’re done!

 

DIY Seed Packet Wedding Favors

DIY Seed Packet Wedding Favors

 

MATERIALS

 

 

DIRECTIONS

Step 1:

Print the template on cream card stock.

DIY Seed Packet Wedding Favors

 

 

Step 2:

Score the design along the dotted lines using a ruler and a bone folder.

DIY Seed Packet Wedding Favors

 

 

Step 3:

Cut out the template with scissors by following along the edges.

DIY Seed Packet Wedding Favors

 

Step 4:

Fold and seal the seams with your tape runner or glue.

DIY Seed Packet Wedding Favors

 

 

Step 5:

Add about two tablespoons of seeds to each packet and fold the top flap down.

Seed Packet Wedding Favors

 

Voila! There you have it- adorable seed packet wedding favors to gift your guests! Simple, sweet, and super budget savvy, too. Hope you love this simple DIY project!

 

Are you making diy wedding favors for your big day?

Let us know in the comments! We can create some special printables for you to use!

xoxo

Anna


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Anna Skye offers wedding templates on her website Download & Print to help DIY Brides create their own invitations, rsvp cards, and programs.

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