10 Butterfly And Bee Personalised Seed Packet Favours

by Wedding in a Teacup

4 customer reviews(4)


  • made in britain
  • eco-friendly
  • exclusive
  • can be personalised

This enchanting design has been illustrated especially for us by local designer Plainly Patterned.

Using the softest lilacs, pinks, greens and blues to weave the wildflowers, bees and butterflies, the graphic ‘Wildflower seeds for butterflies and bees’ and your names and wedding date are the central focus.

Each packet contains a mix of native wildflower seeds including cornflower and poppy, to look pretty and attract the butterflies and bees, who love their nectar! We use authentic gardener's seed packets made from 80% recycled, 80 gsm paper for a really traditional feel, that contain a rich mix of butterfly and bee-friendly wildflower seeds in a hermetically sealed envelope, and with simple sowing instructions printed on the back. These make unique and special gifts.

Our seeds are supplied by Thompson & Morgan, purveyors of quality seeds since 1855. Choose between brown kraft or crisp white packets using the dropdown menu. There is a minimum order of 10 seed packets.

made from:

80% recycled, 80 gsm paper


H 12.5 x W 9.7 cm.

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