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    Would be cute to send ACTUAL mason jars with goodies and a Save The Date

    Set of 10 Lace Mason Jars with chalkboard tags - wedding table numbers, shower table numbers, rustic charm. $115.00, via Etsy.

    Magnet, Mason Jar Save the Date- Rustic Wedding Invitation. $1.50, via Etsy.

    LOVE this mason jar Save the Date

    mason jar wedding

    Mason jar shaped wood board that makes a great alternative to your typical guest book. A fantastic touch to your rustic, country, or mason-jar themed wedding! | Made on Hatch.co by independent designers and makers who care!

    Magnet, Mason Jar Save the Date- Rustic Wedding Invitation. $1.50, via Etsy.

    Love this idea for the rehearsal dinner. This could be your favor too. Love mason jars!

    Omg I love these!!!!!Whimsical Rustic Wood Mint and Peach Save the Date by casalastudio, $16.00

    This stamp is illustrated by me and the stamp is created at a professional rubber stamp company. It's a Wood-Mounted Custom Stamp. Stamp ink pad is not included. A great custom stamp to use on your wedding save-the-dates, favors, post cards, save the dates, stationery, envelopes, labels, mailers and more!{ABOUT Stamp} • Stamp measures approximately: 3 in. x 3 in. and includes a handle • This listing is for ONE

    Mason Jar Lanterns: DIY- use fake tea lights instead to minimize risk of fire. Could also use lavender or other scented ground flower.

    i'll be glad i pinned this one day!!

    for Mom and Dad's 50th anniversary party. using sunflowers, burlap and mason jars.

    Rustic Wood Doily Mason Jar Wedding Invitation with twine, Would be great for FALL!!

    Mason Jar save the dates!

    Save the Date tag, Bunting - Wedding - handmade - fabric - kraft card - rustic twine on Etsy, $4.34

    Save the dates.

    Save paper and money with this rustic Mason jar wedding invite.

    Magnolia Save the Date – Carben Design Studio

    mason jar escort cards drinking glasses with chalkboard hearts (photo: lane dittoe)--actually might be worth getting enough mason jars to do this. then people woudn't (shouldn't) have to keep getting new glasses. AND green because reduces waste of plastic glasses, and people then take them home so no dishes! Melissa Squires-Ella Seymour