Are milk bottles the new mason jar? Yes — but don’t go kicking those sweet canning jars to the curb just yet. Instead, we think milk bottle wedding decor AND mason jars can blend in handcrafted harmony. While we project milk bottles to be a leader in wedding decor trends of 2015 (especially for vintage wedding themes), mason jars will continue to steal the hearts of brides forevermore. But, I digress. Today we’re showing you how to use milk bottle wedding ideas throughout your decor, from centerpieces to drinking glasses to favors. A milk bottle can be used as an eclectic centerpiece, with a lantern, glass votive candle, and mason jar filled with fresh fragrant blooms. Or, you can hang milk bottles from shepherd’s hooks along your aisle way with twine, or suspend them from trees and place a bloom inside each bottle as a miniature vase. Milk bottle wedding favors are on the rise: fill these with your favorite candy (mine? skittles. what’s yours?) and add a label and a ribbon. Another option is to use milk bottles as makeshift vases or candle holders throughout your space, everywhere from your head table to your wedding cake table. The beautiful thing about these bottles is their unique shape and natural, elegant simplicity. Here are a few visuals to jump start your creativity.
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Where to Buy Milk Bottle Wedding Sets
You can buy milk bottles here. Or grab a set of milk bottles in a vintage-inspired caddy here. For chic gold painted milk bottles like the ones you saw in this post, head over to Beach Blues — Missy is AMAZING.
What do you think of the milk bottle wedding trend? Will you be using these bottles in your decor? Are you still a fan of mason jars? Tell us below with a comment! We’d love to hear from you.