Plantable Awareness Ribbon Favor
Do you have a charity close to your heart? These Plantable Awareness Ribbon Favors are the perfect way to let your guests know that a donation has been made in your name. Guests will appreciate your donation's generosity, as well as the flowers that the seed paper awareness ribbon will grow.
The seed paper awareness ribbon is made using eco-friendly plantable paper, which is handmade with post-consumer materials and embedded with wildflower seeds. These plantable favors can be used for weddings, showers or other events and will bloom into beautiful wildflowers when planted. Simply choose a color to best represent the charity you are choosing to support, and enter your own customized text.
Consider ordering a mailing envelope with your plantable favors. Envelopes measure 5 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches and take regular postage.
Custom colors are not available for this product.
Size: 4 x 4.5 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.
Wildflower Seed Mix: Grows a blend of colorful wildflowers including Bird’s Eye, Clarkia, Black Eyed Susan, Sweet Alyssum, Catchfly and Snapdragon.
Plant seed paper under 1/8" of soil. Water thoroughly. Place in a sunny corner and keep moist during germination.
Overall rating 5.00 stars
I loved the cards I ordered. I put a line in to plant the seeds and watch them grow on the front. Can't wait to hand out for our Relay for Life team. We did purple for pancreatic cancer.
– Stephanie H
This product exceeded my expectations as far as contact with seller and delivery on time. It was beautiful to have the colerectal cancer blue ribbon a part of my husbands memorial service and we put them on each of the round top tables along with memory cards for people to write and left a box of additional ones for people to take with them. We have not planted the papers and most people didn't realize they were seeds in the paper because it doesn't mention anything about the seeds on the front. It does on the back. I had to have some kids to go around and tell people what they were for to plant them. People were very impressed with the sentiment and thought it was a lovely favor. We have not planted them yet to see if wildflowers will grow but I've had experience with these papers before. A few planted together work better.
– Kristina V