Post # 1
I love the idea of having a table of mason jars and name tags for our guests to pick up and hold onto as their drinking glass for the reception but am a little confused about the logistics.
Are there any brides out there who used the “You glass for the night for whatever tastes right” approach? If so – how did it work out? Did you have separate wine glasses? Did you just skip the champagne toast?
Post # 3
Looks like a great idea for a casual wedding! I really like it!
Will they get to keep them as a favor?
Post # 4
love this!! for those of you that have done it, what size mason jar works!
Post # 5
I love this idea too. Have it pinned on pinterest!
Post # 6
I love this idea. I think you can just skip wine glasses and all that, if people really can’t drink wine out of a jar then they can just drink something else. So much fun and so much more eco.
I would have a batch of extras on hand, though, because a few people are likely to really misplace theirs. You don’t want them to keep searching and searching.
Post # 7
Cute idea! I used to go to a bar that served sangria in mason jars. However, are you going to have a varity of drinks? And if so, are the bartenders going to be able to wash out the mason jars everytime somone wants a different drink? I wouldn’t want to put wine in a glass I had just used for beer or a coke. =/ I think it’d be fun, but I’d recommend having some normal glasses available.
Post # 8
Another thing…if you want ‘fancy’ for the bridal party, my friend gave me a red neck wine glass for christmas…it’s hilarious. It’s a mason jar w. lid, but a tall fancy stem (etched like a crystal set or something). I’m sure you could find it online, this one was bought on Prince Edward Island.