Wildflower Seed Wedding Favors

Treat your guests to jars filled with wildflower seeds for their gardens.

Wedding Favors: Seeds of Love

Shower your wedding guests with seeds of love. Have your guests take home these wildflower seed favors.

Gather Your Supplies

For these favors, you will need: jelly jars/burlap /wildflower seed mix/labels/marker/scissors/felt/hot glue gun & glue sticks/floral supply stamens/ribbon/computer/paper/computer printer/garden twine.

Felted Flower: Step 1

Begin by cutting a circular base (approx. the size of a fifty cent piece). Cut 8 more fifty cent piece-sized circles, 7 quarter-sized circles, and 6 nickle-sized circles out of felt.

Felted Flower: Step 2

Make the petal by hot gluing the ends onto one another. Repeat this for all of the three sized petals that you cut out in the previous step.

Felted Flower: Step 3

Hot glue the 8 larger petals to the circular base to form the flower. Next, layer on the 7 petals and then the 6 smallest ones. Hot glue each one into place.

Felted Flower: Step 4

Cut a three-inch strip of felt and three floral stamens.

Felted Flower: Step 5

Hot glue the stamens to one end of the felt. Run a line of hot glue along the center of the felt and roll it into a loose center for the flower. Glue the final end in place.

Felted Flower: Step 6

Hot glue the felt and stamen center of the flower into the middle of the flower.

Follow Directions

On a small piece of paper, let your guests know how to plant the wildflower seeds.

Fill the Jars

Add some of the wildflower seeds to the jar. Roll up the directions, tie them off with garden twine, and place them in the jar. Twist on the jar's lid.

Add a Label

Try adding a sweet saying like "Love Blooms," "Seeds of Love" or add your initials with a plus sign between them.

Tidy Up

Trim the burlap and ribbon edges for a uniform, neat appearance.

Flower Topper

Hot glue the flower onto the top of each jar.

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