I'm thinking about using Mason Jars as my centerpieces. Does anyone have photos of thier Mason Jar centerpieces? Please post them!
@SoonToBeSnav: Not the best picture, but you get the idea. The hydrangeas were huge and looked so much better in person.
Im doing mason jars for my wedding centerpieces:
if you google mason jar centerpiece tons come up! I have a few picture of some examples that I pulled for another bee:
hope this helps!
Sorry so many pics! I love mason jar centerpieces!
Wow! I love all of these pictures...I never realized that there are so many things you can do with the mason jars! Would it be weird if I did some with flowers and some with candles? I love both ways!
They are inexpensive and look great as centerpieces. I think alternating flowers and candles will look great! :)
We had flowers in mason jars and solar lanterns.
I'm planning to mix up candles and paper flowers in mine (well, my centerpieces. In different jars, I expect). :) Doing mockups in a few weeks, I'll post them!
I'm using glass jars for mine, I even found that just telling all my close friends/family to save their jam/dijon mustard jars for me is saving me a ton on buying all the jars. As long as you don't mind having an eclectic mix of sizes it's a great way to recycle and save some cash!
On a side note it's been amusing to see just how fast certain members of my family can go through dijon mustard...my mom must sweat the stuff =O
I love the Mason Jar idea! We almost did that. Do you have an idea of what you are going for? What are your colors? Are you having an outdoor or indoor wedding?
@SoonToBeSnav: I am doing both ways - two types of centerpieces. One with flowers in the mason jars and votive candles on a birch log slice, the other with three different sized mason jars with river rocks and floating candles and a few flower petals scattered around on a birch log slice. Here is a mock-up of the second type (definitely not the final product and we are renting the birch slices so those aren't pictured) but at least it gives you an idea.
The more I see these, the more I continue to think that I should use mason jars! I think it will save a lot of money on vases, and it will add a little more personal touch as my parents are always canning homegrown goods and my mom had a huge collection of them.
@Fire : I think that I am going to use the larger (quart size) jars to hold flowers, and then use the smaller (pint size) jars to do a floating candle similar to STBSchmidt, but with flat purple marbles in the bottom. Our colors are black, white, and purple. And we are having an indoor wedding. Any suggestions?
Thats awesome! I love mason jars with the lavander. Also a simple ribbon around the top on the candle jars can really add a great pop of color.
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