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Different uses for Mason Jars at your wedding
Vintage styling is very popular today among clothing and accessories, but it is especially characterized for country inspired weddings. There are many ways you can decorate your venue and reception with unique items, such as Mason Jars, barn wood, old iron works, fencing and containers. The Mason jar is so popular and has a lot of uses. Did you know that Mason jars were invented by John Mason to improve the process for preserving and canning food? Your grandmother’s food, as a child, was probably prepared in a Mason jar.
Today, they are used as decoration, and make for very unique, cute décor for many brides. Whether you use 10 or 100, they add a nice DIY (do it yourself) look that fits perfectly into a vintage/ rustic theme wedding. Here are some great ways to use them:
Centerpieces for tables
Hanging Mason jar candle holders
The runway report is in and lace is the new look! Its intricate beauty has captivated queens and starlets since Queen Victoria, and today it
is making a classy comeback with modern cuts and details. If you are looking for something very romantic and soft, lace is a beautiful material for a timeless wedding. It is ultrafeminine, classic, and romantic. Interested in adding a one of a kind detail to your dress? Lace capelets have the look of old Hollywood glam and can be wornover a lace gown. This little added coverage over a strapless gown is a greatvintage or two-in-one look, especially if you are on a budget! Lace is atimeless material, and some go so far as to makelace the theme of their decor. Check out some of these lace accents!
We just came upon this fabulous and creative way to incorporate your favors and decor into one. Whether you are having a wedding reception or social party, this is a great way for guests to receive a personal wish and gift from you.
Martha Stewart did it again with this original and creative idea. Candles in three shades of white are wrapped in corrugated paper and tied with waxed twine; written inside are messages from the bride and groom
and/or hosts. A thank you, a memory, a holiday wish can all be a message on these simple and thoughtful gifts. Read more at Marthastewartweddings.com: White Favors: Greeting Candles
Thank you, Martha!
Soon the white sparkly stuff will start floating from the clouds. Until it does, here are some winter wonderland favors and accents for your snowflake affair.
From left to right Place card/ornament, gingerbread cookie favors, wedding invitation, gift wraps and led window lights
Let it snow!
Fall is one of our favorite seasons here at Kim King Smith Events. It brings bold splashes of color to life and makes a gorgeous landscape for a wedding ceremony or reception. Whether your wedding is indoors or outdoors, there are endless amounts of themes and colors you can use to make your wedding look like an enchanted affair. Take a look at these fall themes for an outdoor reception, a unique wedding cake and lively assortments for floral and centerpieces.
Don’t be afraid to try something new. Use the elements of autumn to your advantage with produce, nuts and twigs along with the many color tones of the earth and sky. Such a rich time to gather and inspire!
Oh my word! I had to share these IMMEDIATELY!! What a fun idea from www.mycakies.com; red velvet cupcakes in a Mason Jar.
Wouldn’t this make a great favor, shower dessert or gift? Imagine taking these to the office as surprises for your fellow workers. Wow, the list could go on…..
The recipe below is a tweak of Paula Dean’s recipe. Can’t wait to try it. Let us know, here at Kim King Smith Events, if you do and how they turn out!