I am looking for ideals for our wedding theme is country

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I want to keep it simple and country I want to use mason jars small ones and med ones I also want to use the flameless candles its going to be at 7pm so our respection is going to be at night so any thoughts thanks for your time
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  • Marla Rafuse Marla Rafuse on Apr 01, 2014
    Burlap table runners with the mason jars as your center pieces-.2 small ones with the flameless candles and the med one to hold flowers. Simple but pretty,,, Good luck :)
  • Sherrie Sherrie on Apr 01, 2014
    This will be such a fun wedding! Burlap table runners is a must! You could a flawless lighted arch above your table or a old painted chandelier. There is so much you can do. Find cheap frames and paint them and just set them on the table. I volunteer painting for a store that is non profit and many many wedding planners and wedding chapels shop resale stores. In fact they have bought three of my chandeliers last week. And I have had two ask me to paint old gold plated chandeliers for them. They use old mason jars and hand them above tables. They use material to make bows for the chairs. My husband manages a rental center and part of it is wedding rental. We went for a three day buying spree a month ago in Florida. I went through the wedding part of it and it took me all day. But almost everything could be made simply. I also posted some simple ideas you could use. Burlap table runners are easy to make. Ad a few ruffles. Hang mason jars with twinkle lights. There is a woman in here that has blogged it. Or buy old light fixture lights. They sale at all junk stores people can't get rid of them. Use the flameless candles in them and use wire and wrap around them and hang them. Go to Pinterest and they have tons of ideas. Have fun! This is your shiny day so shine!
  • Gilda Marconi Gilda Marconi on Apr 01, 2014
    I am a florist and just did a wedding using mason jars. You can put old white dollies under the mason jar. I love the burlap table cloth. White daisies and baby's breath was the centerpiece. Lots of candles.
  • Genie Krivanek Genie Krivanek on Apr 01, 2014
    My daughter got curly willow twigs and anchored them in pots. She attached flameless candles (the little ones) and crystal streamers. For the crystals, she bought some crystal door curtains online from saveoncrafts.com for almost nothing!. The website is just fabulous!!! She put rocks and more flameless candles in the bottom of the pots. It was beautiful! She used pieces of burlap for runners.
  • Donna Byram Donna Byram on Apr 01, 2014
    You can use new miniature galvanized buckets for mints and nuts and a wash tub with ice for bottled drinks Also antique coffee pots and tea kettles for floral arrangements. You could have the wash tubs monogrammed for a touch of elegance.
  • Minky Minky on Dec 10, 2015
    A friend of mine recently had a beautiful country wedding on a farm. Here's the pinterest board if you'd like to check out some of the ideas. She had lots of mason jars and flameless votive candles, with burlap runners on the tables. You can pick your favorite colors and use that as accents in the tablecloths and flowers and decorations and it will be gorgeous! Congrats :)