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Colorful and Eco-friendly Spring Wedding Ideas

Botanical PaperWorks: Spring Wedding Ideas

Spring is all about bright colors and blooming florals. So when planning your spring or summer nuptials, what could be better than wedding stationery that actually blooms into gorgeous flowers and tasty herbs?

You want your wedding to be unique and for guests to really remember the day. With eco-friendly plantable paper that your guests plant to grow wildflowers or herbs, you are sure to knock it out of the park! There's a great variety of colors, patterns and designs available, you are sure to find the perfect match suited to your wedding style. The plantable wedding favors are so much fun, they'll pair perfectly with whichever wedding collection you choose.

If you want to add a pop of color AND some wildflowers or herbs to your big day, you're going to want to check out the awesome ideas shown above:

Wedding Collections

1) Top right: Colorful and fun and eco-friendly too, the Geometric Wedding Collection is printed on seed paper that grows when planted. The Geometric collection also includes coordinating reply card, menu card, thank you card, place card and favor tag and has five gorgeous color palettes to choose from.

2) Bottom left: Sprigs of leaves and colorful blooms encircle the couple's names on the Floral Wreath Seasons seed invitation. The beautiful blooms are carried through to compliment the rest of the collection. The light cream card stock is embedded with wildflower seeds, so when the lucky recipient plants the seed paper pieces, they'll grow their own bounty of flowers. Available in four color combinations to correspond with the four seasons.

3) Top left: Colorful and brimming with blooms, the Bloom Seed Wedding Collection is beautiful for anyone who loves flowers. Not only does the design feature beautiful flowers but the paper itself is made from seed paper and will grow wildflowers when your guests plant it. The four different color palettes are inspired by the Spring 2013 Pantone Fashion Color Report.

4) Top center: Elegant lace and scrolled borders embellish this Romantic Lace Wedding Collection. The dove grey print is enhanced by your choice of accent color and custom wording. A unique feature of this collection is its accent pieces that are available in colored seed paper.

5) Bottom center: True Love Grows indeed when you send this seed-infused wedding collection. That's because the beautiful hand-drawn illustration and your custom text are printed on premium seed paper. Not only is this collection simple and elegant, but it's fun. Each seed paper piece of the Love Grows Collection features a clever gardening play on words specific to the individual piece.

Wedding Favors

1) Bottom center: Thank your guests with these fun favors that declare that you two are a "perfect match". Matchstick Garden Favors are a garden within a matchbook. Just plant the sticks of seed paper to grow a garden of colorful wildflowers or tasty herbs.

2) Top right: Here's a unique favor that spreads green long after your event is over - a muslin bag filled with Seed Bombs personalized with your names and event date! They're the hottest new Eco-friendly wedding favor out there and come in either a beautiful wildflower blend or tasty herb blend.

3) Bottom left: Add the perfect touch to your rustic wedding with these colourful plantable wedding favors. Guests will take home the plantable favors and plant the seed paper flower or heart shape to grow a beautiful garden full of wildflowers or herbs. Rustic Wedding Favors can be personalized with your names, and a custom message for all of your guests. Printed on natural card stock, these plantable wedding favors are both stylish and eco-friendly.

You are sure to find something you'll love, and we'll be there every step of the way. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions at all or need assistance with your order. And if you're looking for other great wedding ideas and resources, there are great Freebies and Inspiration Boards on the blog.

Happy planning!

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