Friday, June 24, 2011
A Mason Jar Wedding
Mason jars are the biggest thing going for weddings right now! There are so many uses and they create such a down-home, comfortable feeling for your special day. They can be used as table centerpieces, isle runners, favors for your guests and even as the drink dispenser itself. They can be used in all styles of weddings - vintage style, barn style, an eclectic flea market style, country or classic. They are so popular and versatile for any special event.
An antique teal Ball mason jar used with simple baby's breath.
This is a great centerpiece created with a dark rattan charger, mason jars filled with wild flowers and an old book adorned with a table number. This is so simple to create and feels just like home.
Great outdoor lighting solution for those fall and summer night receptions. Simple mason jars with tea lights hung with ribbon or twine.
I love this idea for an entry table - antique mason jars filled with your old family photos. This is a great way to showcase your parents and grandparents on your special day.
What a great way to line to isle, or even the entry way to the ceremony. Garden hooks are inexpensive and can be used again in your own back yard to hang lanterns. One way to justify all the money you spend on decorations, is try to get things to use on your wedding day that you can use again one day.
I love the simplicity of this idea. An oversized mason jar filled with roses and wrapped in twine.
This is just precious! Sometimes it is hard to find a low lying centerpiece for a table and this is a perfect solution. Mini sized mason jars wrapped together to make one single statement complete with simple wildflowers.
"Your glass for the night for whatever tastes right!" This is a great favor for your guests. Just be sure to tie on a Thank You tag and have a pen out for them to write their names!
I LOVE this mason jar drink dispenser from World Market!
Photos courtesy of stylemepretty, worldmarket, ruffledblog, sdweddinginsider, aglimpseofviolethills, blog.fiftyflowers, thriftyfun, tinywhitedaisies, blogs.dexknows, and oh-lovely-day.blogspot.
Posted by Allison @ Vintage Charm at 7:25 PM