Heart Shaped Plantable Seed Confetti - Assorted Colors
Perfect confetti for an eco-friendly wedding. When thrown outside, as done in the Martha Stewart Weddings Winter Issue and the wedding of Martha's assistant Liesl Menning to Kevin Haynie, the heart shaped confetti will grow into wildflowers. It's eco-friendly, fun and memorable!
Available in assorted colors.
Size: 1" in diameter. Minimum is three packs.
Approximately 350 plantable petals per bag.
To plant the paper, prepare a pot of soil or small patch of garden. Remove the seeded paper piece from your stationery and place on the top.
Spread a thin layer of soil onto the paper. Water well and give plenty of sunshine. Keep moist during germination, 6-8 weeks.
As the plants grow right out of the paper, look for flowers like Bird's Eye, Clarkia, Black Eyed Susan, Poppy, Catchfly and Snap Dragon as shown.
What's the history of confetti? When did we start throwing tiny cut-outs of brides and grooms, wedding bells and other wedding icons over the newlyweds? What is the meaning of throwing confetti at a wedding? Modern confetti appears to date back to the nineteenth century and was embraced and popularized by the Victorians. Most likely it originated from the earlier custom of throwing rice or leaves and flowers over the happy couple, which was a fertility rite celebrated at all weddings. There are all types of wedding confetti available, including luxury confetti containing a mixture of paper shapes, rose petals or other flora. Today the use of confetti outside the church is becoming less commonplace and some venues ban it completely because of the work involved in cleaning up, but it is still popular at private parties, including birthday parties, graduation parties, New Years Eve parties and other fun times. It's festive and colorful, and does add to the party atmosphere!
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