Yellow and Green Flower Confetti Wedding Decorations - Eco Friendly Plantable Paper Wedding, Shower and Party Decoration
Yellow and Green Flower Confetti Wedding Decorations - Eco Friendly Plantable Paper Wedding, Shower and Party Decoration
Yellow and Green Flower Confetti Wedding Decorations - Eco Friendly Plantable Paper Wedding, Shower and Party Decoration
Yellow and Green Flower Confetti Wedding Decorations - Eco Friendly Plantable Paper Wedding, Shower and Party Decoration
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Yellow and Green Flower Confetti Wedding Decorations - Eco Friendly Plantable Paper Wedding, Shower and Party Decoration

These eco friendly plantable paper yellow and green flower confetti are designed to be recycled after use by planting. They are made from handmade paper with wildflower seeds embedded in it. Use these to decorate a table, add to place cards, favor bags, greeting cards or on anything else you can imagine.

This listing is for 100 flower confetti in my signature yellow and green colors. My signature paper is made with a different blend of seeds that produce a smoother more elegant finish.

The flowers measure just under 1 inch in diameter. Included in this mix are: mustard yellow, marigold yellow, pale yellow olive green, lime green and white.

Please contact me if you need a different combination and I will set up a custom listing for you.

To plant, simply soak the paper in water, plant about 1/4" deep, water for 4-6 weeks and watch your seeds sprout.

Seed Mix includes:

Sweet Alyssum
English Daisy
Bird's Eye
Snapdragon
Catchfly
Black Eyed Susan
Clarkia

Remember that annuals will bloom the first year but perennials usually don't bloom the first year. Also, while planting is simple it is not foolproof. The seeds will need to be monitored to ensure they are receiving proper water.

PLEASE SEE SHOP ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CURRENT PRODUCTION TIMES. Rush orders are available. Please contact me for details.

Looking for larger quantities or different colors? Feel free to contact me.

I am currently not shipping outside of the United States because of customs restrictions regarding live seeds.