Backyard Garden Bridal Shower

On Sunday, my friend Julia is throwing a bridal shower for her younger sister Erica. Julia decided that since it was more if a casual feel, she wanted to make it a garden theme. She asked me to help with favours and of course I said yes. I love doing crafts of any sort and seeing as how my older sister’s baby shower was so fun to plan, I couldn’t wait! We were going back and forth between a few ideas we came across but decided on creating our own keeping the garden theme in mind. A flower pot with flower seeds and a cute little message seemed to be the winning idea for our favour. Just like love blooms, flowers bloom… Get it? Haha. We started our day at Michaels (craft heaven), we swang by the dollar store for a few more things and then we went over to Home Depot. We got stickers, pots, metallic pens, soil, flower seeds, small viles for the seeds and of course labels to show our sentiments. We figured we wanted something very true to the theme but inexpensive, so we cut corners where we could. Each seed pack runs for about 2 dollars, meaning it would be smarter for us to separate the seeds in their own viles which ran about 30 cents each.






We started with decorating the label.




Then, we filled up our viles (I forgot to snap a picture of that), then filled our flower pots with soil


Then, we topped them with our seeds and the label. I think they turned out so cute and fitting for the theme.






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