June 29, 2007


Show And Tell Friday
Wedding Favors
My son is getting married in September and the wedding will be an outside affair. To go along with the outside theme the happy couple is giving little potted pansies as favors to their special guests. I can just imagine them with beautiful pansies inside, can't you? I have 100 flower pots to do so I need to get busy ;o)

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13 comments:

Karen said...

What a great idea!
They picked out a terrific date.....it's also Alaina's birthday!

Tiany said...

what a neat idea!!! Its going to be so pretty to seee them all filled! Take pics to share at a future show n tell!

Have a great weekend!
Tiany
www.homeschoolblogger.com/Tiany

Penless Thoughts said...

What a cute idea. Lots of painting!!
Susan

Tracy said...

Very cute idea! This will be lovely.

ellen b said...

Hats off to you as you tackle this project! Those will be great with pansies inside them. Pansies are one of my favorite flowers. Blessings on all of you as you prepare for the upcoming wedding.

Jodi said...

What a lovely idea! You are a sweet mama for lending a hand. :o)

Rose Mary said...

A very sweet idea. Everyone will always remember where they got them!

Kelli said...

What a great idea, Susan! I love outdoor weddings and all those pansies are going to be so pretty!!!

Kelli

Pam said...

Now that is a unique idea! It is something guests will be able to use and enjoy, not just some trinket to stuff in a box somewhere! Love it! I need to remember this for future weddings!

Mrs. U said...

What a wonderful idea!!!

His,
Mrs. U

Mindy said...

Cute idea Susan!! I look forward to seeing all the pics!!!

Lallee said...

What a clever idea!

Rhonda in OK said...

I did something similar for my parents 50th party several years ago. Their anniv. is 9/05. We painted the pots gold and had plant stakes in them that were seedpackets decorated with pictures of my parents through the years.
My plan was to use pansies but I could not find them for sale anywhere because in East Texas, the fall bedding plants were not out yet.
We ended up with marigolds and they were beautiful and a big hit with the guests. I still think the pansies would of been prettier though.

I am busy with wedding plans too, our DD gets married in 12 days!