Wedding Label & Jam Jar GIVEAWAY!16. May 2018
Tis' the season for spring weddings. We teamed up with our friends at Fillmore Container for a WEDDING GIVEAWAY! One winner will win 10 sheets of our custom wedding labels AND $75 store credit with Fillmore Container to purchase jam jars. Choose any of the labels in our Wedding Label Collection… mix & match or select one style! Giveaway ends May 22, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST.
Enter the giveaway at the end of this post!
Our round wedding labels are perfect for the tops or fronts of mason jars. Choose Spread the Love, Love is Sweet, Meant to Bee, Thank You, or Jam Packed with Love labels for your wedding favors. All wedding labels are available in kraft paper or vintage paper options. Add a sweet touch to your rustic or vintage wedding favors with custom wedding labels. Any of these jam jars or Ball’s smooth sided jars work with our round labels.
Add a sweet touch to rustic and vintage favors with our oval wedding jam jar labels. These custom wedding favor labels are perfect for your special day. All of our custom wedding labels print with a bride and groom name with wedding date. Use them on jam jar favors to Spread the Love! Our oval labels fit quilted Ball style jars.
Add some cheer to your beer, wine, or food with our Eat Drink and Be Married labels. Peel and stick labels to wedding favor beverage mugs for your special day. Mason jar mugs are perfect for drinks, but they can also be used for candles, condiments, or accessories. Custom wedding labels make favor jars and bottles memorable. Accessorize Mason Jar Mugs with a paper straw, mug topper and a shrub recipe for fun favors.
Wedding heart labels are perfect for jam jar favors and Hershey Kiss candy bottoms. Add a honey bee label to honey favors or a Spread the Love label to jam jars. Rustic and vintage wedding favors look extra sweet with small heart labels. These tiny heart stickers would look extra cute on wedding invitations too! With 108 labels per sheet, you’ll have plenty to decorate candy, jars, or envelopes. These heart labels fit perfectly on sample jars and hex jars.a Rafflecopter giveaway
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Well, going on our 50th wedding anniversary I won’t be using them but the prize (if I should happen to win )will be gifted to someone we know that will be getting married.
Thank You for this wonderful giveaway opportunity
My son will be getting married and I like the labels with bees as we are beekeepers—great favors.
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I am not getting married at this time but when a good friend married, we used a lot of Mason jars for the reception. (She loves Mason jars.) Large ones as vases for the flower centerpieces, tiny ones to hold tealight candles on the tables, small ones to hold candy favours at each place setting. and stacks of jam jars at the punch stations to use as drinking glasses. Since the reception was held in the loft of the barn on her husband’s farm, the setting was perfect.
I am not getting married at this time but when a good friend married, we used a lot of Mason jars at the reception. (She loves Mason jars!) Large ones as vases for the flower centerpieces, tiny ones to hold tealights on the tables, small ones with candy favours at each place setting, and jelly jars at the punch stations for drinking glasses. Since the reception was held in the loft at her husband’s farm, it was a perfect setting.
My son is getting married in August this would be a gift to give to the happy couple so perfect!
We have some good friends getting married this fall. I know they will put them to good use.
Not a wedding in sight this year, so I’ll be looking for future ideas. Someday my daughter will get married :)
Great giveaway! I used mason jars as part of the bachelorette favors for my sister’s wedding—filled with pretzels and m n ms, a special cocktail stirrer, and paper straws in themed colors. Topped with a cutout mason jar drink lid. It was so cute! I would like to do something similar for my own festivities, maybe for a camping themed wedding shower.
Serving beverages and desserts in them
I would save them for my son whenever he get married