The range of rustic- and country-inspired themes is one of the most enjoyable aspects of modern weddings.
The mason jar has emerged as a predominant detail. Not only is it fun to drink from, but the container is also a natural for wedding decorations. And, as with most wedding decor, it has made its way onto invitation and save the date designs.
Here are ten different mason jar wedding invitation styles you will enjoy. I’ve also included one or two examples of each. Find more mason jar wedding invitation inspiration here.
1. Wooden elements.
Because barns are often a venue for farm weddings, it is only natural to use wood grain in the design. As you can see from some of the examples, wood backgrounds are common.
Here are two unique takes on the theme.
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Teodora laser cuts these invitations from real wood. Contact her if you’d like a custom design. More info…
These cute save the dates are actually magnets. More information is here …
2. Burlap Background.
The textural appearance of burlap makes it popular for use as table clothes or runners. For the same reason, the fabric is an interesting backdrop to jars on an invite.
These invitations are made with actual burlap! The seller also has several other mason jar invitation designs. Check them out here …
3. Photo Invite.
Personalize photo cards are popular. Combine them with the mason jar or other country designs and you have a cute rustic invitation.
These invitations combine several classic elements with the mason jar. Lace, burlap, and string lights all add ambiance. Kalene will send the template file for you to DIY or print the invitations for you. More information …
Barns, fields, and yards all generally need extra sources of light. Provide them by placing or stringing led, candle, or electric lights into jars. Both functional and more interesting to look at than your run-of-the-mill light strand.
These invitations are part of an entire suite. Buy the invites only or add stickers, labels, postage, inserts, and more. Find out everything here …
Whether modern or older looking, lace softens the often course textures in a rustic theme.
Tabitha wraps each invitation in a lace doily and ties it with a piece of twine for you. There are other options as well. More information about ordering …
You can order these alone or as part of a larger collection of envelopes, labels, programs, cards, etc. Check it out here …
I’m certain you have picked up on this already, but I’ll say it anyway: mason jars make awesome flower vases. And flowers are probably the number one design component in invitations.
Baby’s breath is a common flower paired with mason jars for a couple of reasons. The small, white flowers go very well with rustic decor, and they are very inexpensive.
Speaking of inexpensive, you cannot go wrong on a very tight budget with this invite. The invitation, complete with an envelope and RSVP postcard, is less than a dollar for each set.
With a solid five-star rating after 1,600 reviews the sellers, Brandon and Joe, have a stellar reputation as well. Get all of the details and buy here …
7. Hanging from tree branches.
Lacking walls and a ceiling, outdoor weddings can present a unique decorating challenge. Many solve this dilemma by dangling various items from the trees. Happily, the same technique is also cute on wedding invitations.
Popular Designer Jinaiji creates a stunning glow effect on these invitations. They drawstring lights in the mason jars and add creative magic. Choose invites and envelopes only, or create a suite from the collection. Find out more …
Painting a mason jar can take it from average to amazing. This also opens wedding card design to new possibilities.
This is another of Jinaiji’s designs. I love how the pink hydrangeas go with the pink mason jar. A few items from this collection are shown. See more and order here …
9. Die Cut Invitations.
You can also buy invitations die cut to match the shape of a mason jar.
Here’s an example from another five-star seller, Kimberly. (A solid five out of 2,200 reviews. Yay Kimberly!)
These mason jar invites come in a set with the invitations, RSVP cards, and envelopes. You can also add a photo or more information on the back. See what it’s all about here …
The chalkboard look is another rustic wedding twist. If this appeals to you, why not the drawn-on-board look for your mason jar invites or save the dates?
Grace hand-ties the twine on this save the date magnet and includes a kraft envelope. More info …