I'm a fan of seed favors. Although I mainly appreciate them for spring, these might be cute for a february wedding as well. Of course you could always use different shapes and colored paper to fit any wedding need! check them out: wildflower seed bombs.
Caroline Kim takes us through the step-by-step process of making seed bombs that gardeners on the go drop into the soil of barren, forlorn spots. Start with organic earthworm castings. Then add clay soil.
Toss these gumball-sized seed-and-soil pods out into your garden - no need to even dig a hole - and they'll eventually bombard your yard with a bee, butterfly and bird-friendly wildflower mixture specific to the United States region of your choice.