Rebecca created garden seed packets that doubled as place cards. She shares the template she made, so you can get started right away!

wedding confetti packets

What you’ll need:
DIY seed packet template (click to download)
– Cardstock or text-weight paper
– Bone folder
– Ruler
– Exacto knife or paper cutter
– Permanent double-sided tape
– Self-healing mat
– Seeds

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cute wedding seed packets

Step 1: Print out the DIY seed packet template onto cardstock or regular paper.
Step 2: Score along the dotted lines with bone folder.
Step 3: Cut out each seed packet along the solid outlines with exacto knife or paper cutter.
Step 4: Fold along scored flaps.
Step 5: Place double-sided tape on side flaps to secure.
Step 6: Fill with flower seeds, bird seeds, confetti, or whatever else your heart desires!
Step 7: Secure top flap with double-sided tape.
Step 8: Display them together in a basket or individually at individual place settings.

Seed Packet tips: to ensure that seeds remain dry, combine them with powdered milk before filling packets. Include a note about planting location and the recommended season/conditions for planting. These seed favor packets are perfect for a garden wedding or bridal shower. They can be used as favors, as seating place cards, or even as confetti or birdseed holders.

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  • Ally

    I can’t download the template! This is an adorable idea :)

  • oops thanks for the heads up! it should be working now :)

  • dean

    I love the idea! Thanks for the template!

  • Mackenzie

    My finance and I made seed packets using wallpaper and a envelop template! :)

  • Camilla Huynh

    These are cool ! What a great idea!

  • Love these!

  • These will be a perfect favor for my friends baby shower filled with her favorite seeds in honor of her baby girl!!! Thanks!

  • kat

    The seed packet idea is wonderful. In Texas, we love our wildflowers and to give each guest wildflowers that they can cast to the wind, would be a place that I would come to every year to see the progress of the flowers.

  • Louisa

    They look amazing. Can you tell me is this A4 sized card stock that you used?

  • Alexandra

    This may sound ignorant, but I have read many sites that use “double-sided tape.” Do you need to just be extra careful so that the tape doesn’t overlap? I’m envisioning seeds being STUCK to the tape….Hmm….