Printable Seed Packet Favor

Printable Seed Packet Favor

Secret motivations for attending a wedding: Food, food, and food. More specifically, dinner, wedding cake, and wedding favors. Don’t get me wrong, I attend weddings primarily to support my loved ones on their special day! I love being a part of all the festivities and partaking in their joy. But sometimes, that slice of wedding cake is a nice reminder to go. Please tell me I’m not alone in this.

That being said, when it came to planning the wedding favor, I knew it had to be¬†tasty! It also needed to make sense with the Scandinavian Garden wedding theme. After brainstorming for a bit, we came up with the perfect solution: A customized printable seed packet favor filled with chocolate covered sunflower seeds! Brittany’s friend, Michele, made some for a birthday a few years ago and we used it as inspiration for ours. I used the same floral pattern I used for the envelope liner to keep it cohesive. Sealed with a cheesy message, “You’re planted in our hearts”, I’m hoping our guests will go home happy with full hearts and tummies!

Continue for the free downloadable printable!

Printable Seed Packet Favor

Free Printable Seed Packet Favor 

We put chocolate covered sunflower seeds in out packages, but if those aren’t your jam you could use other small candies or even real flower seeds that are native to the area. It’s handy if you can buy your candy in bulk from an online shop, and they often have all sorts of color options to choose from to coordinate with your wedding theme.

Printable Seed Packet Favor


Photography by Anna Killian | Post by Rebecca Young


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