Wedding

We Want to See Plantable Products at Your Wedding!

It's no secret that we at Botanical PaperWorks LOVE weddings. Every day we see so many wedding sites filled with pictures and stories of unique and fabulous weddings. Every detail from the dress, to the decor, to the wedding favors that have been carefully planned and well thought-out.

Because plantable wedding products are such a large part of what we do, we really like feedback from those that use them. That's why we have begun the search to hear back from YOU! We want to hear your story, and see where your creativity lead you to incorporate plantable seed paper into your Big Day. It would also be great to see photos of your wedding day that show both you, and your eco-friendly wedding choices. Whether it be seed wedding favors you designed, assembled, or created yourself, such as plantable place cards or seeded wedding invitations. We would love to see them all! We want to share your ideas too, and post them here for other brides and party planners to be inspired by.

Send us your pictures to info@botanicalpaperworks.com. Feel free to include a little note about what you and your guests thought of the seed paper, and anything else about your wedding we should know. Of course, make sure you include your name and what seed paper product you used, and if you like, the date or season of your wedding, and where it took place.

We are no stranger to being part of beautiful weddings. Martha Stewart's Executive Assistant Liesl and her husband Kevin had a romantic outdoor wedding and had plantable seed confetti for guests to throw. When these little unique pieces landed in soil, the seeds would grow right out of the paper. It's eco and elegant.

Martha Stewart Weddings magazine has featured Botanical PaperWorks too! A great DIY craft they suggested used green plantable seed paper and a special cutter to make leaf shapes. The shapes were then placed in little pots of soil for guests to take home. Not only is this seed wedding favor unique and from the heart, but guests have a pot to plant the paper in and watch the flowers bloom!

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