Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas

Cream jug wedding cetrepiece ideas Here at The Wedding of my Dreams, we just love a cream jug centrepiece. Cream jugs can be used in so many different styles, and suit every theme or colour scheme imaginable. Whether you're planning a country garden or rustic celebration, a Summer or Winter wedding, you'll find that a cream jug centrepiece is the perfect match.   Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas available to buy online from @theweddingomd Image Source - Photographer

Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas

To create a beautiful cream jug centrepiece, you simply need to fill the jug with your choice of blooms. Opt for flowers that fit in with your wedding bouquet and colour scheme, and they will help to add a pop of colour to your tables. You can also surround your cream jug centrepiece with our mercury tea light holders for an extra warm glow. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com - lolarosephotography.com Image Source - Photographer If you are having long wooden trestle tables, a single jug centrepiece may not be enough to add the wow factor. Instead, consider placing a few jugs along the length of the table to avoid it looking too bare. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas rockmywedding.co.uk - cottoncandyweddings.co.uk Image Source - Photographer If you're dreaming of a rustic or country barn celebration, why not wrap a roll of twine ribbon around your cream jug centrepiece? It'll look so pretty, particularly when paired with wild flowers. You could also use twine ribbon around your wedding favours or place settings to help the theme tie in together. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com - charlotterazzellphotography.com Image Source - Photographer Our hessian table runner is a fab fit for a cream jug centrepiece, and it's perfect for a boho or rustic wedding theme. Team with lots of rustic brown stationery and other hessian details. Have you seen our 40+  hessian and burlap wedding ideas? Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com - assassynation.co.uk Image Source - Photographer Are you having a tipi or boho wedding day? Then simply opt for wild, oversized blooms in bright, vibrant colours. This couple used a hessian and lace table runner for a 70s bohemian vibe and it worked perfectly. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com - tierneyphotography.co.uk Image Source - Photographer For an elegant country garden theme, decorate your wedding tables with pretty pastel shades. Fill a cream jug with baby pink, soft cream and lilac hues for a gorgeous table centrepiece. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas rockmywedding.co.uk - kategrayphotography.com Image Source - Photography One of the best things about using a cream jug as your wedding centrepiece is the fact that it can suit any season too. If you're having an Autumn wedding, we love the thought of surrounding a cream jug with lots of small pumpkins and brushed metallic lanterns. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com - sarareeve.com Image Source - Photographer Planning a wonderful Winter wedding? Then fill your cream jug with lots of red, green and white blooms. You could also surround your jug with metallic tea lights for a touch of Winter wonderland. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas rockmywedding.co.uk - lolarosephotography.com Image Source - Photographer Our wooden tree slices are always popular for wedding centrepieces, and a cream jug looks fab resting on one. You can also use wooden tree slices as part of your place settings, as a cake stand or as part of your venue decor. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas rockmywedding.co.uk - bigbouquet.co.uk Image Source - Photographer Not only are cream jug centrepieces super pretty, they can come in useful too! Use them to hold your wedding table numbers and names. Simply tie a place card to the handle of the jug. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas passionforflowers.net - annaclarkephotography.com Image Source - Photographer You don't just have to fill your centrepiece with beautiful blooms. We love the thought of using wooden hearts on sticks to display your table numbers. Simply secure them into the bottom of the cream jug and blend in a few pretty posies. Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas whimsicalwonderlandweddngs.com - lisacarpenterphotos.com Image Source - Photographer We really do think a cream jug makes the perfect centrepiece for your wedding tables. There are so many beautiful ways of styling a cream jug, and the neutral shade means it can work with any colour palette you choose! Cream Jug Centrepiece Inspiration & Ideas onefabday.com - katiekav.com Image Source - Photographer   shop-now

Wedding Jugs Ways To Use Jugs At Weddings

Sometimes keeping it simple is best. There is nothing more lovely than a bunch of beautifully scented blooms in a pretty jug. Jugs of flowers can be used at weddings, whether you opt for them as your centrepieces or give jugs of flowers as gifts we are sure they would be wonderfully received. Today we look at the different ways jugs can be used at weddings.

Wedding Jugs - Centrepieces

For a country garden, vintage or rustic wedding you could use jugs filled with flowers for your centrepieces. The flowers will look simply perfect in a jug sitting in the centre of your table. You could add some height to the centrepiece by placing it on a tree slice or stack of vintage books if you fancy. Here this jug has a mix of white hydrangeas and blush pink Sweet Avalanche roses, by Passion for Flowers. jugs wedding centrepieces Photo credit: Ross Harvey Photography

Wedding Jugs - To Hold Bouquets

When you and your bridesmaids are not holding you bouquets it is useful to have a container of water they can be placed in. This not only keeps the flowers fresh, helping them last longer but these can also be used as additional floral decorations around the venue. Cream jugs make a lovely container for bouquets, Passion for Flowers have used distressed cream jugs here for these bouquets. jugs for wedding bouquets when bridesmaids are not holding them Photo credit: Boo Weddings

Wedding Jugs - On Church Window Sills

For inside the church jugs of flowers can look lovely placed on window sills or in alcoves. jugs for church window sills Image source

Wedding Jugs - Extra Venue Decorations

For extra venue decorations or outdoor spaces a stack of wooden crates can make a lovely feature. Jugs of flowers can be placed within the crates. jugs in crates extra wedding decorations Image source: Rosie Parsons

Wedding Jugs - Thank You Gifts

Surprise your special guests with floral gifts as a thank you for their help throughout the wedding planning process.  Giving flowers in jugs not only looks lovely as a gift but the jugs can be kept by the recipient and re used again and again. jugs of flowers for floral wedding gifts Image source: Passion for Flowers shop now

Our Wedding Decorations Used At Real Weddings

Here at The Wedding of my Dreams we love seeing how you use our wedding decorations at your weddings. All of you put your own spin on  our decorations and use them in different ways to suit your personal style. In this blog post we have chosen a few of our favourite images, showing different ways of using our wedding decorations. We hope it inspires you. Shabby Chic Cream Jugs £10.95 // Distressed Cream Jugs £14.50 Here our cream jugs have been used to display the brides and bridesmaids bouquets when they are not being held. This not only keeps the flowers fresh on a hot summers day but creates extra floral decorations which can be used around your venue - and your wedding guests can see and smell the bouquets more closely. Cream jugs with bridesmaids bouquets Photo credit: Boo Weddings World Map Print Table Plan £7.50 Our world map print has been used here as a lovely travel inspired table plan, the tables have been named after different countries around the world. World map wedding table plan Photo credit: Hayley Savage Photography Hemisphere Map Wedding Table Plan £7.50 Similarly to above our world hemisphere map has been used as the table plan. World map wedding table plan Photo credit: Mister Phill Birdcage Wedding Table Plan £37 Our birdcage table plan has been used here with lovely cream and purple roses to decorate. We think this looks lovely on the ornate wooden easel. Birdcage wedding table plan Photo credit: Andrew Ward Rustic Table Plan With Flower Pots £30 This couple used our rustic table plan and filled the flower pots with lovely bright summer flowers to complete the country rustic look. Rustic wedding table plan with flower pots Photo credit: We Heart Pictures Just Married Hessian Bunting £16 We often see our just married hessian bunting hung from the entrance of venues and wooden beams in a barn wedding, but we love the idea of hanging the hessian just married bunting from the front of the top table. This frames the newly married couple perfectly throughout the wedding breakfast. Hessian just married bunting along top table Photo credit: Boo Weddings Distressed Cream Jug £14.50 Here our distressed cream jugs have been used as centrepieces, filled with beautiful blooms including peonies, hydrangeas, dahlias, veronica and roses. To give a little extra interest to the centrepiece the jugs have been placed onto of a stack of books with crystal vases around the base. Cream jug wedding centrepieces Photo credit: Jo Hastings Three Tier Glass Cake Stand £25 // Blackboard Bucket £6.95 Love the choice of colours at this wedding, the peach David Austin roses look stunning against the vibrant green. Here our glass three tiered cake stands have been used as elegant centrpeieces and our blackboard buckets were given as "thank you flowers". Pressed glass cake stand wedding centrepiece and blackboard bucket vase Photo credit: Anneli Marinovich Mercury Silver Candlesticks £16 for 2 We love this centrepiece of peonies and hydrangeas in a beautiful silver footed bowl finished off with 6 of our mercury silver candle sticks. Mercury silver candle sticks around stunning silver footed vases of hydrangeas and roses Photo credit: Matt Davis Mercury Silver Footed Tea Light Holder £6 One of our mercury silver tea light holders used here around the base of a larger floral arrangement, we think it looks stunning mixed in with other silver items. Mercury silver footed tea light holders Photo credit: Photography by Tarik Dainty Mercury Silver Vase £8  This is the same table as above, our mercury silver vases were added around the main centrepiece vase for more impact. Mercury silver smal vases Photo credit: Photography by Tarik Ribbed Mercury Silver Vase £2.50 Sticking with our mercury silver items our ribbed mercury silver tea light holders look lovely displayed on this silver plate with elegant pearls. Mercury silver tea light holders Photo credit: Simon Bunney White Heart Pegs £5 for 20 Our white heart pegs were used to peg these pretty floral place cards to the wine glasses of each guest. We love this idea, it makes the names easy to see and saves space on the tables. White heart pegs on wine glasses for place names Photo credit: Lola Rose Photography Let The Love Grow Personalised Stickers £7.50 for 18 We think these cute succulents planted in jam jars make lovely favours with our personalised let the love grow stickers. Wedding date and succulent wedding favours let the love grown stickers Photo credit: Xander and Thea Bunch Of Dried Lavender £6 for bunch of approx 250 stems A couple of stems of dried lavender on each guests place setting is a lovely touch, and perfect for a country rustic wedding. This will bring a gorgeous scent to the tables too. Lavender napkin decorations Photo credit: Jen Marino Photography Mercury Silver Candle Sticks £16 for 2 I know we have already featured our mercury silver candle sticks used on a wedding table but we couldn't resist sharing this photo too. We just love this mantle piece full of candles in different shapes and sizes with a row of our mercury silver candle sticks against the mirror. Mercury silver candle sticks on fireplace Photo credit: Matt Davis Paper Pom Poms from £5 We love the use of our paper pom poms in mint green, blush pink and white in this rustic marquee. They look amazing hanging from the ceiling and the bales of hay covered with blankets make a great seating area. Pastel coloured paper pom poms Photo credit: Adam Hillier Photography Mr & Mrs Cake Bunting £7.50 Our mini bunting cake topper looks perfect on top of this cake framed with peach David Austin roses. d0b156150e7d8e2020515f067ff2260e Photo credit: Xander and Thea Pick Me Cake Flags £3.50 pack of 12 How delicious does this look? We love the addition of our vintage tea party cake flags on the little cupcakes. They also made their own Mr & Mrs cake flags from our decorative tape and cocktail sticks. Eat me Pick me cake toppers Photo credit: Xander and Thea Alphabet Stickers £1.75 for A4 sheet Our rustic alphabet stickers have been stuck onto luggage tags here to spell out the word CARDS. Hanging this from the lid of a vintage suitcases make a lovely place for guest to drop their cards and write in the guest book. CARDS bunting on suitcase Photo credit: Shepherd Photography Hessian fabric £3 per metre Love this creative way of using ur hessian burlap fabric. Use the fabric to wrap gifts and tie with lace ribbon. rustic gift wrapping use burlap and lace hessian wedding ideas Photo credit: Milk Bottle Photography Just Married paper Lanterns £17.50 What a lovely photo, our Just Married lanterns can make a real statement at weddings. We love this. just married paper lanterns signs Photo credit: Keoma Zec Photography