Save the Date Seed Packet

£1.20 Inc VAT

Grow Wildflowers


Great way for guests to remember your wedding date – Save the Date seed packet: sowing the seeds and seeing the flowers will be a reminder of your big day!

The seed packet is made from recycled manilla paper and measures 9 x 12 cm, containing British meadow wildflower and grass seeds – perfect for attracting butterflies, bees and other insects.  Please advise your personalisation details in the box above,  Each recycled seed packet comes with a recycled envelope too so you can easily post to your guests.  The meadow seeds are of British provenance and have been grown in the UK without chemicals.  There is a vast array of species included and sowing instructions are printed on the back of the packet.  The seeds are in a paper sachet – not plastic and foil sachets in our products!  They also come with a recycled envelope ready for you to send to your guests. The seeds are also viable for a few years so if you are not using them imminently, just store them somewhere cool and dry out of direct sunlight.

Meadow areas, even little patches such as from this packet of seeds, will benefit wildlife enormously.  Butterflies, bees, moths, hoverflies and all sorts of other bugs will visit, and birds will come a-calling for the seeds when flowering is over.


About the meadow seeds

Seed content will contain some or all of the following seeds, depending on seed distribution when packing into the sachets:

Yarrow, Knapweeed, Wild Carrot, Lady’s Bedstraw, Rough Hawkbit, Ox-eye Daisy, Ribwort Plantain, Cowslip, Selfheal, Meadow Buttercup, Yellow Rattle (an important feature of any meadow seed mix!), Sorrel, Salad Burnet, White Campion, Red Campion.  Grasses – Common Bent, Crested Dogstail, Hard Fescue, Slender Creeping Red Fescue, Strong Creeping Red Fescue, Smooth Stalked Meadow Grass.

Wild Carrot seed heads
Wild Carrot seed heads
Wild Carrot
Wild Carrot


meadow buttercup
Meadow Buttercup













By giving your guests these seed packets you are helping the environment and our declining bee and butterfly populations – grow the love and Nature will love you back!

Garden tools

late spring throughout summer.

Up to aroun d 70 cm.

Hardy perennials.  When flowering is over, cut down the stems, remove the cuttings and your meadow will grow again next year.

Full sun.


Find a bare patch of soil in full sun and sprinkle on the seeds.  Press them gently into the soil and water – no need to cover with more soil.  Keep an eye on them and water as required.

Seed sowing instructions


PCI Validated PCI Validated

© 2020-2024 Wildflower Favours

Web design by BDesigns

We use Trusted Shops as an independent service provider for collecting reviews. Trusted Shops has taken reasonable and proportionate steps to ensure that these are genuine reviews. More information

Join our mailing list

Want to know more about wildflowers, nature and what’s happening on our patch of Earth at Wildflower Favours?  Then sign up for our newsletter!  We won’t bombard your inbox, just some musings now and again or to let you know when we have a new blog post or offers.