Peat Pot Wedding Favors

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

Tools

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

Basic Supplies

scissors, ruler

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
Peat Pot Wedding Favors
Peat Pot Wedding Favors