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September 05, 2009


Adorable! :)

this is such a great idea, so cute!

haven't been able to comment on your blog for some reason...hope this works.

Uber cute! Simple, easy, functional, and eco-friendly. :D You rock :)

How cute! There was something similar on 100 Layer Cake recently made by a beautiful bride Kelly!


what a great GREEN idea!! along these lines a pretty sack of seeds or a baby tree to plant.

Plants are perfect favors especially when they're itty bitty. Love these.


super cute!

Aww, what a fun idea! Succulents are adorable :)

So charming and sweet!

i love this!!!!

Plants are a gorgeous wedding favor! These are stunning and make me wish I had seen them when I had my wedding. I gave out matchboxes....YIKES!

these are so sweet! i love succulents and the idea of using them for weddings. . . .

I did plant favors for my bridal shower....the guests love them and many still have them 7 years later!

I was thinking about this at the market yesterday cause they had a ton of succulents for sale. Love the little pots you chose. Where are they from?


Hi Maggie!

I purchased the pots at a store here in Stockholm called granit. (granit.com) But, I am betting that you could find them online somehwere. Perhaps, Jamalie garden?search for zinc pots. Happy you like it!

These are adorable! Great work!

they are so sweet, what a lovely- and lasting- favour!

Plants are a great favor... as long as they don't require too much attention and work!

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