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DIY Herbs de Provence Salts

We’re so excited to share a wonderful and relaxing DIY project with you today from the fabulous Rebekah J Murray: a recipe for Herbs de Provence seasoned salts! They’re useful, easy to make, and would make great favors for a wedding or shower.

Herbs De Provence Favor Seasoned Salt

The recipe is entirely dependent on how many you want to make, but here are the supplies you’ll need:

  • 4oz ball jelly jars
  • Coarse Sea Salt (If you use finer salt it’ll turn to powder once you put it in the food processor)
  • Marjoram
  • Sage
  • Thyme
  • Oregano
  • Basil
  • Summer Savory
  • Rosemary
  • Dried Lavender Buds
  • 2″ Circle Labels
  • Food Processor

Herbs De Provence Wedding Favors

Mix equal amounts of the herbs and lavender together, and then add 1 to 1 with the salt. You can play around with the herb to salt ratio depending on how many you need to make and how far you need to stretch your herbs. Once you’ve got your mixture, add it to a food processor and blend for about 10 seconds since the texture of the different herbs is what makes it so pretty.

Herbed Salt Wedding Favors

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Scoop the mixture into jars and if you’d like, print our custom label (or create your own), tie a ribbon around the jar if you like, and voila!

Lavender Salt FavorUnique Wedding Favor

They smell incredible and turn a simple chicken dish into a gourmet treat.

Photography - Rebekah J Murray \ Label Design - Jen Olmstead of Deleted Space Creative

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    2 comments on “DIY Herbs de Provence Salts

    1. Maddy writes...

      Where did you find the jars/labels? Looking for something similar for cheap!
      Great idea, thanks!

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