gifts stores and stores like Papyrus you can find blank paper
with actual seeds INSIDE the fibers of the paper. These are
for handwriting the information to the party. Once the party
is over, instruct your guests to PLANT the invitations in
the ground and flowers will grow in its place!
animal di-cuts can be a great and inexpensive option for simple
party invitations. Simply write the information directly on
the di-cut and mail them out. They also come in fruits and
a black marker, write all of the party information directly
on a bandana! These are great fun to hand out and really let
your guests know that you have a special party planned.
your invitations will be hand delivered, consider placing
the invite inside a farm straw hat. These are great to pass
a very creative approach, consider visiting your local grocery
store and pick up some actual dried corn husks (they are typically
in the International/Hispanic foods section - used for making
tamales.) These are fun to write the information on. These
are great, too, because they are thin enough to be mailed.
What a surprise your guests will get when they open the letter
to find an actual corn husk as the party invitation!
a fun alternative, mail a small package of vegetable seeds
in every invitation envelope to accompany the invitation!
small baggies with soil/dirt and have bury the
folded up invitation inside the dirt!
the invitation envelopes with actual hay (a little bit should
do the trick - VERY effective!)