February 07, 2009

Grow a Garden From Your Wedding Bouquet

At FloralNotes.com they recycle your wedding bouquet into high quality hand crafted paper that is used to create thank-you acknowledgment note cards. Also special about their paper is that in the manufacturing process they embed 12 varieties of perennial wildflower seeds. The recipient of your note card then plants the card to create a perpetual wildflower garden.





They are a division of Walter Knoll Florist. Their offices are located in Saint Louis, Missouri. Walter Knoll Florist has been serving floral needs since 1883.

Their hand crafted paper making process is 100% ECO friendly.

The products used in their manufacturing process are 100% post consumer waste and FREE from VOCs.

How cool is that?

Courtesy of Brides Magazine.

6 comments:

TuTu's Bliss said...

Pretty cool..my favorite lipstick's packaging is like that. You can plant it. Hugs, Jen

bridechic said...

This is about the best 'green' idea I've seen yet. Thanks for passing this on

Mara (The Wedding Cabaret) said...

great idea!!

Kristen said...

What a great idea, it would be nice to have a memento from your wedding like that.

Stephanie Simpson said...

I agree, great idea. I was thinking that I wouldn't mind having a picture album with my flowers as the cover.

bridal hair make up said...

Those things are very beautiful and very important in our wedding as well.

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