Simple Floral Mason Jar Centerpieces

Mason jar centerpieces are among the cheapest and easiest DIY projects you can find for your wedding. If you plan your wedding ahead, you might have enough time to collect all the mason jars needed for your wedding centerpieces. You just need to stock up all the jam, pesto and pickle jars. You can also buy these little “vases” for pennies at local flea markets or garage sale. You can resell these jars after the wedding or use them as drinking glasses. How economical is that? The formula for these lovely centerpieces is very simple: mason jar + flowers + twine or ribbon and done! To get the cheapest flowers for your wedding, use flowers that are in season or cheap all year round flowers such as roses, gerberas and carnations.

DIY rose, carnation and baby breath in mason jar centerpieces

rose mason jar centerpiece diy

Vintage rose in mason jar centerpiece

rose mason jar centerpieceRomantic pink flowers in mason jar centerpieces

simple pink flower mason jar centerpieces

This is a creative use of mason jars: flowers in little mason jars, wrapped with a ribbon to create one bigger centerpiece!

daffodil mason jar centerpieces A mason jar wedding: simple and vintage centerpieces, peach jars and mason jars as drinking glasses

vintage mason jar centerpieces

Photo credits: Picture 1 via Notes on a wedding | Picture 2 via weddingbee | Picture 3 via oncewed | Picture 4 via Manolobrides | Picture 5 by Colleen Sherman Photography via Green Wedding Shoes

3 thoughts on “Simple Floral Mason Jar Centerpieces

  1. Love all your ideas because we are certainly on a budget. Could you please provide instructions on how to wrap the cording on the baby breath mason jar? Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. Love all your ideas because we are certainly on a budget. Could you please provide instructions on how to wrap the cording on the baby breath mason jar? Thanks for the inspiration.

    1. "HOW TO WRAP THE CORDING ON THE BABY BREATH MASON JAR" -by F. JOHNSTON

      STEP#1. Wrap the cord "AROUND" the baby breath mason jar.
      (The jar is cylindrical so start on one side and head horizontally until the cord meets up)
      ;^{)

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