37 Beautiful Mason Jar Wedding Centerpieces - Weddingomania
A mason jar, named after John Landis Mason who first invented and patented it in 1858, is a molded glass jar used in home canning to preserve food. But of course there are many more ideas to use this almost iconic piece in the household, décor and for different occasions, and weddings are among them.
We've already shared some ideas to use mason jars at weddings: they can be used for aisle chair décor, for centerpieces, to make candle lanterns, to pack guest favors and for many other purposes. A mason jar is an ideal vase, so why not make wedding centerpieces yourself using it and some flowers of your choice? Isn't it a great way to save some money? Let's have a look at some ideas that you can easily realize.
Mason Jar Floral Centerpieces
Floral centerpieces are the most popular option for any kind of weddings: they are romantic, budget-savvy and easy to arrange, no special skills re required. Of course, you need vases or containers, so a mason jar is an ideal vase to try.
Arrange the centerpiece according to the style of your wedding. If it's a rustic celebration, put a wood slice on the table, then mason jars wrapped with burlap, twine and lace and then flowers. If it's a glam wedding, cover the mason jars with glitter; if it's a vintage wedding, go for vintage keys and butterflies. If the wedding is in the fall, add pumpkins and laves, if it's a boho wedding, why not go for doilies and wildflowers? You can use wheat and lavender instead of usual blooms, so you won't need any water to pour inside. Create whole combos of mason jar centerpieces and choose flowers according to the wedding colors and style.
Mason Jar Candle Holders
Mason jars are an ideal option to make some candle holders or even whole candles inside them. you can paint them with different colors and cover with glitter, just leave some space to see the light of the candle. Another idea is to wrap the mason jar with twine, burlap, lace, note paper, doilies and stuff like that to make them eye-catchy. If it's a beach wedding - put sand and pebbles inside the jar, if it's a rustic celebration, why not make candles right inside the jars? Get inspired!