Forget-me-not Seed Packet Memorial Favors
Provide solace to those who are grieving in a beautiful way with these symbolic memorial favors. Created with eco-friendly personalized packaging, these Forget-me-not Seed Packet Memorial Favors can be distributed at the service, giving loved ones a chance to take them home to reflect and mourn in private as they scatter the seeds. Filled with plenty of symbolic Forget-me-not flower seeds, the act of growing flowers helps with healing and will preserve the memory of the one they'll never forget.
At Botanical PaperWorks, we understand these situations can be stressful so we will work with you to find a memorial favor that best represents your loved one. In addition, we have a quick turnaround and ship your order as soon as possible, often in the same day.
Size: 3.125 x 4 inches
Shipping: This product ships 1 business day after order is received. If you have requested a digital proof, please note that we will not print your order until we receive your approval.
Package: 80lb recycled card stock in a biodegradable corn plastic envelope.
Seed Type: Forget-me-not
Contact us for special discounts on orders of 500+ cards.
Plant seeds under 1/8" of soil. Water thoroughly. Place in a sunny corner and keep moist during germination.
Overall rating 3.00 stars
My shopping experience was excellent but as others before me have mentioned the seeds cover the name on the card-my solution was to open every packet, remove the card, turn it over and slide it back into the envelope so that the seeds are on the back and the name/message is in the front.
I don’t understand why you don’t do this in the first place when preparing the order-it would totally solve the problem of the seeds covering the name and/or message on the card.
– Kim M
I loved the packet and engraving but the seeds covered up my son's name, which was really disappointing. Other than that, you did a great job!
– Sharon P
The shopping experience was great. However, the seeds are in the front of the packet and obscure the name of the deceased - even after aggressive shaking to move them down. The seeds should be at the back of the packet and not in the front.
– Antoinette P