It’s wedding season and so many people come in to my shop asking for help and ideas for wedding gifts to give. Unique and special gifts to last and be remembered. From pressed flowers captured forever in frames, to botanical imprint tableware that captures nature forever in your home, to dried flowers and plantable cards.
Lots of people now don’t want gifts from wedding guests with money being tighter, or they ask for donations to a charity or a honeymoon fund. These plantable cards make a great option as they are a card and gift in one so you can write your message of love for their special day and they can then plant that and have wildflowers year after year as their gift.
Choose from the Just Married card design above, the beautiful Congratulations bottle, or the lovely Bee and Butterfly designs work really well too.
The botanical imprint trinket dishes, side plates, dinner plates and serving platters all make beautiful and unique gifts perfect for a wedding. Unlike anything you’ll find on a standard wedding gift list, they will be treasured but also are meant to be used and enjoyed.
There are beautiful new flower imprint mugs now in the shop too and meadow grass imprints as well as these cow parsley imprints.
Forget-me-nots are often associated with true love and devotion and these beautiful pressed flower frames make such great gifts. You can choose from this lovely moon shape or a circle shape, and either the flower heads or the flowers with stems.
There are cow parsley flower frames and fern frames too. Some people like to choose 2 fern leaves or cow parsley flowers side-by-side to represent the couple which I think is a lovely idea.
These unique everlasting wooden flower stems have been really popular as wedding and special birthday gifts, as they are something special and intricate. They can be displayed in a bud vase, on a mantelpiece or stuck directly to a wall or door. Some people have put them on napkins or used them as bookmarks.
Lots of people have favourite flowers and most couples choose certain flowers for their weddings based on their favourites. My husband and I were married in bluebell woods as I’ve always loved bluebells which are why these ones are my favourites, but there are so many to choose from. Which are you favourites?