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my DIY wedding: Mason Jar centerpieces

An extremely productive weekend, a little help from my beloved friends, and I am happy to say that all of the centerpieces for the wedding reception have been made. Whew!

I’ve been collecting Mason Jars for a few months. We wrapped them in burlap, secured them with organic cotton ribbon, tied a little bow and voila! Instant centerpieces. They will each hold a mix of assorted white flowers and will add a little bit of rustic charm to the tables.

Another craft project for this wedding is now complete…and only about a dozen more to go!

Here are some photos of the finished products. We LOVED them!

6 Responses to “my DIY wedding: Mason Jar centerpieces”

  1. Madison Says:

    Hey!! I was wondering if you would be interested in selling the centerpieces?

  2. Emily Says:

    Madison, hi! You actually beat me to it, I was going to offer most of the wedding decorations for sale. Shoot me an email and we’ll discuss! ( And, thanks!

  3. Kat Says:

    I just came across your website when I was searching for pictures of mason jar centerpieces. I love your idea and how they came out!! Do you have a picture somewhere on here of how they looked on the tables? Or suggestions on how to incorporate them into a centerpiece? I’m not crafty at all! Thanks!!!

  4. e.Claire Says:

    Kat, Hi! I tried to email you, but it got kicked back. Shoot me your email address (to and I’ll send you some photos of our Mason Jar centerpieces. We LOVED them and they couldn’t have been easier. Really!

  5. Anna Says:

    I am attempting to a version of this great idea for my wedding in May. What did you use to keep the burlap on the jar? Did you tack it to the jar with anything? The ribbon wasn’t keeping it all on my jars.
    Thanks for the great idea!

  6. Adriana Says:

    What size jars did you use?

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