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Wishing Tree
Photographs By: 
Peter Frank Edwards

Designer Annie Mueller of A New Leaf Studio designed this tree for guests to tag with their sweet sentiments. Plant it in your new front yard post-wedding


If tree isn’t purchased potted, adapt and follow general directions on previous page, choosing a container large enough for the tree’s roots to expand into the new potting soil.You will need: Dwarf potted tree (We found this Japanese maple at a local garden center.) Potted plants and/or sheet moss Retro-style sales tags (available at Staples) Twine Organza ribbon Permanent pen If tree isn’t purchased potted, adapt and follow general directions on previous page, choosing a container large enough for the tree’s roots to expand into the new potting soil. Once planted, place sheet moss or potted plants over exposed soil, then place at reception alongside a collection of sales or note tags. Before the wedding, assign a member of your wedding party to begin tagging the tree and to urge other guests to follow suit. Arrange for a trusted guest to transport and care for the plant (and well wishes) until you return from your honeymoon. Keep the tree in its pot or plant it in the ground during the fall.




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