Posted May 2, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Hi, loves! Happy Friday! If you’re planning a rustic, western themed wedding with plenty of mason jar drinking glasses and decor, this is the invitation for you. When you’re planning a wedding, it is important to set the tone of your theme right off the bat. And, what better way to do so than with wedding invitations? We spotted these mason jar wedding invitations at the lovely Jen Simpson Design and couldn’t wait to share it with all of you. There’s so much to love in this design, from the soft mint and coral color palette to the kraft paper envelopes — not to mention the adorable ‘carving’ of your initials into the mason jar itself! Take a closer look…
Posted December 20, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 32 Comments
Hello, loves! Happy Thursday! If you love mason jars – particularly as mason jars with handles for drinking glasses – you won’t want to miss this post. As sweet as these little jars can be, there are a few mason jar mistakes you’ll want to avoid at your wedding. To help, we’ve compiled a list of seven mason jar mistakes to avoid as you plan your perfect day. Read on to find out more…
Posted July 1, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
If you love mason jars as much as I do, you’ll appreciate these custom mason jar wedding favor bags by Crafty Clementine. These muslin favor bags are 3×5 and hand-stamped in a set of 10 and are perfect for your wedding favors! Muslin bags feature a drawstring and mason jar stamp in robin’s egg blue. The initials and wedding date are in chocolate brown (love the color combination!). These would be cute for candy buffets, too!
Posted June 8, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 7 Comments
Well, it continues to be a sweltering hot summer out there! I’m not complaining. ;) When you’re planning an outdoor summer wedding, though, keep an eye on your refreshments. It’s important to keep guests well-hydrated, especially if you’re serving alcohol. One of our favorite suggestions? Mason jar drinks with ginger ale. These charming glasses are easy to DIY, too. Buy this size jar, add ginger ale, strawberries, and plenty of ice. Serve. It’s non-alcoholic, too, which means guests of all ages will enjoy this refreshment.