Post # 1
We’re really hoping to order invitations that come on plantable paper. I’ve done a lot of research on my own, but I’m having a hard time figure out which source is best.
Have other people ordered plantable invitation suites? Any recommendations on companies/ sellers to go through?
Post # 3
our office did this for our christmas cards last year but we are in australia and i cant recommend anyone in the US but the feedback we had from clients was very positive so we’re going to do it again this year
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Post # 5
Hi! My name is Amber, and I work for Botanical PaperWorks. I really don’t want to come across as spam-like at all in my comments, but I just wanted to let you know that we specialize in seed paper plantable wedding stationery.
We really love what we do, and so do the couples that order from us! We’ve got a great reputation with couples that order, and have been seeing more and more brides going out of their way to comment on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/plantablepaper) when their invites arrive, or even as they order.
I’m not sure when your wedding is, but we’ve also just released four brand-new invitation suite designs as well. I hope you check them out! We have everything on our website at http://www.botanicalpaperworks.com.
Again, I hope I haven’t sounded too spam-like, but I saw your post and just wanted to say hi! I really hope you find exactly what you’re looking for! 🙂
Post # 6
OOPS! I misread the title! I didn’t realize you wanted invites that could be planted. I’m sorry!!!
I like Fourth & Folded. Really nice designer, Chelsey, also an architect, I believe. She’s in Boston.
Printable Press has some beautiful designs.
E.M. Papers is also cool. Gives away a design every month on her blog. I believe that once you pay the price, you get the entire suite (programs, escort cards, etc.).