Disclosure: I received the materials for this project from Consumer Crafts as part of a campaign for The Blueprint Social.
This past Saturday I hosted a bridal shower for one of my best friends. The theme? Rustic but feminine. I have several fun photos from the shower itself to show you and I will sometime next week, but today let’s focus on the centerpieces!
To make these centerpieces you’ll need:
- 16 oz. Mason Jars
- Burlap Ribbon
- Suede Lace
- Glue (Although I ended up using a hot glue gun after realizing the glue I chose was meant to glue glass to glass…)
Step 1: Measure, cut and glue burlap ribbon around the center of each mason jar. To glue the ribbon down I drew a strip of hot glue in the center of each jar, wrapped the ribbon around and drew another strip of glue over the top of the first strip.
Step 2: Measure, cut and wrap a piece of the suede lace around the center of each mason jar, centered over the burlap. Tie the ends in a knot. I didn’t glue down the suede lace so I can easily change it out for future parties. You might use white ribbon for a wedding, pink lace for a little girl’s birthday, etc…
Step 3: Place a bandana in the center of your table, center a mason jar on the bandana and fill the mason jar with baby’s breath flowers! Viola! Centerpiece complete.
Bonus Step: Use extra mason jars to hold utensils and extra bandanas as table decorations on the food table. Utilizing the extra materials ties the rest of the bridal shower decorations together.
I may have even used extra materials to make a ‘bridal shower mason jar wishing well’ instead of a guest book for the bride! I hope you’ll stop back by next week to see that project!
Happy crafting lovelies!!