Eco-Friendly Weddings

LOVE my invites!

I found plantable invites at foreverfiance.com and just have to brag about how much I LOVE them and how many compliments I've received on them.  We opted to go with the plantable paper that produces herbs, rather than wild flowers.  Although the planting instructions seem  to have more steps than I'd like, I still like the concept.  I have not planted my extra invites yet, so I can't tell you if they really produce the herbs or not.  On a side note, the customer service was super helpful, when I had questions prior to ordering.  They also let you edit the electronic proof three times before confirming the order.  I'd definitely recommend them to anyone looking for a company offering plantables or recycled paper invites!Laughing
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