Peat Pot Wedding Favors


sizes: 2”-3”

Materials

  • Peat pots: 2-1/4” square, 2” square, 3” round
  • White cardstock
  • Brown tulle
  • Satin and grosgrain ribbons, assorted widths: lt. blue, dk. brown
  • Silver wire, 20-gauge
  • Silver eyelets, 1/8”
  • Silver pearl cotton
  • White Jordan almonds

Basic Supplies

scissors, ruler

Tools

  • Hole punch, 1/8”
  • Eyelet setter
  • Brown florist rubber bands
  • Beacon Adhesives Fabri-Tac
  • Edwardian Script computer font
  • Computer with printer

Directions

  • A Growing Love & Ever Together
  • 1. Break apart 2” pot squares. Fill one pot for each favor with almonds. Place remaining pots on top to close. Wrap ribbons lengthwise around pots as shown in photo; tie bow.
  • 2. For tags, print “A Growing Love” and “Ever Together” on cardstock. For each tag, cut rectangle around words, leaving space on left for eyelet. Punch hole; attach eyelet. Thread pearl cotton through eyelet and tie into bow.
  • Love Blooms
  • 1. Wrap and adhere blue satin and narrow brown grosgrain ribbon around top edge of round pot; knot and trim ends.
  • 2. Cut 15” tulle circle; place inside pot. Fill with almonds; tightly secure tulle with rubber band. Tie blue satin bow around rubber band.
  • 3. For tag, print “Love Blooms” on cardstock. Cut rectangle around words, leaving space on left for eyelet. Punch hole; attach eyelet. Thread pearl cotton through eyelet and tie into bow.
  • Sowing Seeds of Love
  • 1. Break apart 2-1/4” pot squares. Cut 10” tulle circle; place inside pot. Fill with almonds; tightly secure tulle with rubber band. Tie brown satin bow around rubber band.
  • 2. Insert 9” wire length ends through top sides of pot. Wrap wire ends back around wire and shape handle.
  • 3. For tag, print “Sowing Seeds of Love” on cardstock. Cut rectangle around words, leaving space on left for eyelet. Punch hole; attach eyelet. Thread lt. blue grosgrain ribbon through eyelet and tie around handle.
  • Tip
  • 1. For garden-themed weddings, or if the bride or groom are green thumbs, add wildflower seed packets to favors instead of candies.

by Mary Ayres

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