• {DIY} 10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas

    Love mason jars but want a unique way to use them in your wedding?  Here are 10 DIY ways to set yours apart!

    1.  Wrap a ribbon on them (bonus points for making it into a bow tie!),
    throw in a matching straw, and use them for signature cocktails!
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    {Photo by Gabriel Ryan via Joyful Weddings}
    2.  Assign one to each guest for beverages with a chalkboard sign and name tags to give your wedding a laid back feel.
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    {Photo by Wildflowers Photography via Ruffled}
    3.  Turn them into cool luminaries with vintage book pages
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    4.  Or wrap lace around them for vintage luminaries
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    {Photo by LG Weddings via Style Me Pretty}
    5.  Use them for take-home dessert treats
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
     6.  Use chalkboard paint to make them escort cards
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    7.  Use them for wedding favors
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    8.   Tie them together for a ‘multiple’ floral container
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    {Photo by Polly Wreford via Dex Knows}
    9.   Spray paint them to make them match your color palette
    (but make sure they aren’t the old and valuable mason jars first!)
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
     10.  Wrap twine around to change up the look of floral containers like this:
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    Or this:
    10 DIY Mason Jar Wedding Ideas by Oh Lovely Day
    So which is your favorite?  Do you have any ideas to add to the list?
    Leave a comment.

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