This copper mason jar centerpiece is perfect for a wedding reception. I am in love with this project plus it is SUPER easy to make. Tea lights look great inside these jars and will really show through the surface that is similar to mercury glass. This is a part of mason jar wedding week and if you missed any of the fun you can see the projects from day 1, day 2, and day 3. Also be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the ideas from my partners for this series. If you love mason jars and weddings, this is the blog series for you!
Items needed to make your own copper mason jar centerpiece:
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- Copper mason jars (you will need two for each centerpiece)
- Wood slice
- Burlap flowers
- Battery operated tea lights
String the burlap flowers together sort of like a daisy chain. The stems are wire so they are super easy to wrap around one another.
Wrap them all the way around until they make a “crown” for your mason jars as shown below. You might have to play with the spacing of the flowers but five flowers per jar worked great for my centerpiece.
Add the jars to the top of your wood slice and this one is ready to display at your wedding reception.
Make this copper mason jar centerpiece for your wedding today! You will love how easy this project is and how quickly it comes together!
It is also super easy to take apart after the big day. You can then use the components around your home or give as gifts. I love it when an item does not have to be thrown out after the wedding! Heck let each guests take a copper mason jar as a favor! They will love displaying them in their homes.
If you love this idea, you will love what my blog partners for mason jar wedding week have in store for you! Click around to each blog to see the mason jar wedding ideas.
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