‘Let Love Grow’

Finding the perfect favours for your guests on your wedding day can be a challenge, there are so many ideas out there that can make it a minefield! But fear not, here at Triangle Nurserywe have come up with a way to make sure those favours find a way into your guests’ hearts, and spread the love on your wedding day! We have 5 top favours that is sure to ‘Let the Love Grow‘…

(1) Firstly, we have to start with the cutest, little dainty potted echeveria plants. Very popular for their appearance, their colours and their low maintenance! Echeveria’s really are the perfect favour.

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They work wonderfully if you would like to dress up your place settings, be it in a zinc bucket, a personalised jam jar or glass vase; whatever you choose, they are bound to look the part!

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For more echeveria plants, click the link here.

(2) ‘Let Love Grow’ seed packets. If you’re worried about the safe return of your potted little plants, why not opt for the seeds option. With the same idea in mind, they are a great idea to spreading the love on your wedding day. I love the two captions below to customise your bags, ‘Let Love Grown Wild’ or ‘Forget Me Not.’

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What flower seeds will you choose? The meaning behind flowers, and the ‘Language of Flowers’ can help you.

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Read more about the Language of Flowers, just click here.

 

Thanks for reading

Laura

For more wedding ideas or floral how to guides, visit our blog or head over to our website at www.trianglenursery.co.uk/fresh-flowers

 

 

 

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