DIY fresh herb bouquets
if you’re growing a big crop of fresh herbs this year, chances are you won’t end up finishing them before they’re gone. so i came up with a way to use them up that also makes you look like a real sweetie.
my stepdad grows a huge assortment of herbs every year, so we foraged them to make cute little DIY fresh herb bouquets! these are the perfect free hostess gifts (because she’ll actually use them) or a perfect free favor for your dinner guests. free!
- fresh herbs
- (i used purple sage, purple and green basil,
- thai basil, chives, thyme, orange thyme,
- african blue basil and french tarragon)
- palo santo sticks
- (you could also use jute twine
- for a more natural look)
we love gifting palo santo sticks, because you can buy them in pretty huge batches (don’t be fooled into buying them per stick), so i thought they’d make the perfect little addition to the bouquet.
SO, cut your herbs to around the same lengths, and bunch them together. place the palo santo stick in front, and tie a string around the whole thing. that’s it!
Such a cute idea, would be great bouquet for an outdoor wedding! 🙂
I love how organic and rustic they look! What if you make a herb bundle for each guest next to their salad or pasta? They can pick the herb they like the most and add it to their dish? Gosh, the possibilities!!! Thank you sooo much for inspiring me =)
These look SO cute! I love small bouquets 🙂
Such a great idea! Love it <3
Best, Albert | Palming Pebbles
These are such a great idea and a pretty way to display (and gift) fresh herbs! I have a lot growing on my patio right now too!
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