It really amazing the way good old-fashioned mason jars have made their way into the wedding world as a touch of something home-grown and comforting among the formal elements of a usual wedding. When we had our wedding almost 3 years ago, all of our flowers were in blue and green mason jars.
BDT recently added a new design just for the summer! Each guest's fingerprints make up a firefly for that beautiful glow. What a fun way to light up your wedding memories!
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Via Emmaline bride today, here are a few more creative ways you can infuse your special day with this old-world touch:
"Whether you love mason jars or you’re not a fan, this is one wedding trend we don’t see disappearing anytime soon. It’s no surprise, either: mason jars are inexpensive, versatile, and extremely functional. (When’s the last time you saw a wedding favor do double-duty as an escort card AND a drinking glass like mason jars can?) Mason jars can be used in a variety of super-simple ways, such as pairing mason jars with water and candles to create DIY centerpieces, by adding striped straws and name tags for instant escort card mason jars, or serving up decorative jars with homemade jam as a crowd-pleasing wedding favor. These are just a few of the ideas we love":
One of my favorite ways to use mason jars is in the ceremony. Decorate the aisle with hanging mason jar flower arrangements, as shown in this sweet example.
Use Jars as Decor
It’s amazing what these little jars can do in terms of decor. For instance, you can use mason jars to display vintage photographs, like so…
… or decorate a backdrop with whimsical ribbons and jars…
The easiest way to use a mason jar: a vase. Holy wow, these flowers are gorgeous by the way (beautifully designed by April Flowers).
Mason Jar Favor Ideas
This is hands-down one of the cutest DIY ideas we’ve seen from a Real Wedding yet: mason jar cookie favors with illustrated tags of the bride and groom! Check out the full wedding here: it is simply gorgeous. Another favorite? Cherry pie in a (smaller-sized) jar. Amazing.
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A sure crowd-pleaser: homemade jam, honey, or another delicious treat in a (small) jar. by the cherry grove
How about gifting candles to guests in delightful mason jars? We love functional favors.
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Mason Jar Drinking Glasses
Mason jar drinking glasses has to be one of the most popular uses for these jars at rustic weddings. Mason jars as drinking glasses gives guests that hometown, down-on-the-farm feel you just can’t get from a traditional glass. Plus, these jars can do double-duty as mason jar escort cards, too, so guests can actually use them both during and after the wedding. (Don’t forget fun straws… many guests (myself included) don’t like drinking directly out of the jar.)
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Mason Jar Lanterns
Incorporate lighting into your reception with ease. We love these hanging mason jar lanterns…
You can also (easily!) create your own mason jar lanterns for a romantic glow at night. All you need is a mason jar + long-burning candle. Just place the candle in the jar (or use LED battery lights for less fuss) and place on each table near the centerpieces – of course, not too close where fire hazards could occur.
Mason Jar Handmade Accessories
Don’t forget to incorporate mason jar details throughout your wedding day. We love these mason jar wedding favor bags by Clementine Weddings…
Last, but not least, use a new adorable mason jar firefly design exclusively from Bleu de Toi Handmade as a beautiful and memorable guestbook for your special day. You, and your guests, wont ever forget it!
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