Cream Jug Wedding Centrepiece

This week our wedding decoration of the week is our cream jug wedding centrepiece. Cream jugs make lovely centerpieces for Spring and Summer weddings. Depending on the flowers you choose to fill them with they can work for equally well for English country garden weddings in marquees as they do for rustic weddings in barn venues. Although the jugs make lovely centrepieces you may have decided you want something taller for your tables. If that's the case you can still use jugs to decorate your wedding venue, how about a jug of flowers on your guest book table or next to your table plan. If you are getting married in the summer it is always worth having a vase of water for your bouquet to sit in to keep it fresh, these jugs can work well for this and could add extra decoration to your wedding cake table, or display all the bouquets in jugs along the front of your top table. For more ideas you may like our blog post - Wedding Jugs Ways To Use Jugs At Weddings.

Cream Jug Wedding Centrepiece

Cream jug wedding centrepiece available from @theweddingomd View our cream jug wedding centrepieces for sale in our shop

Product Details

  • Looking for something simple on your wedding tables? We love this cream metal jug. It will look perfect sitting in the centre of your wedding tables, perhaps on a square of hessian, on a tree slice or lace table cloth filled with large blooms.
  • These shabby chic cream metal jugs are great for a vintage chic or country styled English country garden weddings.
  • Whether your wedding reception is in a marquee, barn, on a farm, in a teepee or country pub these jugs make a lovely centrepiece.
  • The cream jugs are great to give away to guests filled with flowers, perhaps bridesmaids, mums, grandparents or someone who has done a reading. Don't forget to keep a couple for yourselves and use them around your home as a reminder of your perfect day.
  • Each shabby chic jug measure 23cm high.
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  • Price: £10.95 each

Our Favourite Centrepieces For Wedding Tables – Vases, Vessels, Urns, Churns

Back in October our sister company Passion for Flowers exhibited at The National Wedding Show Birmingham, they created a stunning display with cascading garlands of roses and foliage hanging delicately from muslin drapes. The large tablescape included a mix of bronze and gold vases and vessels filled with an autumnal mix of foliage and soft blooms. The hanging installation created a WOW factor to the stand with trailing amaranthus, roses, helebores and even more cascading foliage. To see pictures of their stand have a look on their blog. Passion for Flowers were also asked to decorate the tables for the champagne bar, for each table they used vases and vessels that are available to buy from The Wedding of my Dreams and they fiiled them with their floral creations. Browse below to see the vases and how you could adapt them for your own centrepieces.

Mercury Silver Footed Vase - £14

Mercury Silver Footed Vase Wedding Centrepiece

Small Urn Wedding Vase (sprayed gold) £5.50

Small Compote Vase Urn Wedding Centrepiece

Small Urn Wedding Vase (sprayed gold) £5.50

Small Compote Vase Urn Wedding Centrepiece

Urn Wedding Centrepiece (sprayed gold) £42

Wedding Centrepiece Urn Vase For Sale - Large gold urns for tables

Antique Silver Footed Bowl £21.50

Mercury Silver Footed Vases or Bowls For Wedding Centrepieces and Table Decorations

Wooden Box Crate Wedding Centrepiece £10

Wooden Crate Box Wedding Centrepiece For Sale

Milk Churn Vase Wedding Centrepiece £10

Milk Churn Wedding Centrepiece Rustic Wedding Table Decorations

Frosted White Bud Vases £3.50 - £4.50

Grouping of white vases wedding centrepiece on tree slice for rustic winter wedding

Bronze Vase Wedding Centrepiece £20

Bronze Vase wedding centrepieces

Cream Jug £10.95

Cream jug wedding centrepieces

Birch Bark Vase (large) £15

Rustic Wooden Vase wedding centrepieces

Pressed Glass Pineapple Vase £6.50

Pressed glass clear vases for wedding centrepieces

Grouping of Dainty Mercury Silver Vases £8 each

Mercury silver vases grouping wedding centrepieces on tree slabs


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

Top 10 Summer Wedding Decorations

Are you having a summer wedding? Here we are looking at our top 10 summer wedding decorations, we have centrepieces, bunting, hanging decorations, paper lanterns, directional signs & more. All these decorations can be bought online in our boutique, so if you like what you see pop to our shop using the links to read more about them.

Top 10 Summer Wedding Decorations

top 10 summer wedding decorations 1. Wedding confetti petals - provide your guests with delphinium petals in cones for them to shower you with after your wedding ceremony. Shop confetti cones here summer wedding decoration ideas confetti in cones 2. Summer centrepieces can be anything from a simple country jug filled with flowers to a more quirky blackboard bucket or milk churn. To add a bit of colour how about using coloured glass vases. Shop these centrepieces here: cream jug // milk churn // blackboard bucket // green bottles summer wedding decoration ideas centrepieces

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3. Bunting. Bunting looks fab hung up at summer weddings. Choose bunting to match your wedding colours or opt for a pretty floral fabric. We love this mint green paper bunting, more budget friendly than fabric bunting. Shop mint green paper bunting here summer wedding decoration ideas bunting 4. Hanging flowers in little vases can look lovely at a summer wedding, you could also add tea lights to these vases to add some candle light during the evening. Shop these hanging vases here. summer wedding decoration ideas hanging flower vases 5. Keep your wedding guests feeling cool on a hot summers day by offering them refreshing drinks. These drinks dispensers are a fab way to let guests help themselves. Shop drinks dispenser here summer wedding decoration ideas cool down offer guests drinks from dispensers 6. Pretty place card holders - we love these little bud vases that can double up as name card holders, add a tiny flower for all your guests. Shop these bud vase name card holders here summer wedding decoration ideas pretty place card holders

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7. Pretty up the outdoor areas of your venue with festival lighting. These strings of lights are fab, you can attach one length to another to make them as long as you need with only one plug socket. Shop globe string of lights here summer wedding decoration ideas globe festivaal lights hanging around venue 8. Hanging decorations. Pretty up trees with hanging hearts and other decorations. Shop these hanging lovebird hearts here summer wedding decoration ideas hanging decorations 9. Paper lanterns are a simple idea but can make a real statement if you hang a good number of them at different heights from the ceiling, mix in with some fairy lights for extra wow factor. Shop paper lanterns here summer wedding decoration ideas white paper lanterns

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10. Directional signs, use these signs to direct guests to different parts of your wedding... the ceremony, the drinks reception, the dance floor! Shop this directional sign here     summer wedding decoration ideas directional signs

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How To Choose My Wedding Centrepieces {Wedding Centrepiece Ideas}

If you are a regular to our blog you will know I write regular features for Save The Date Magazine. The latest issue features a number of wedding centrepiece ideas in my article on how to choose your wedding centrepieces. If you are looking for wedding centrepiece ideas check it out below, or read the full magazine online. how to choose my wedding centrepieces

What shall I choose for my centrepieces?

When it comes to deciding on your wedding centrepieces there are so many options out there, just type ‘centrepiece’ in to Pinterest and there will be hundreds of beautiful options that you could choose from. Creative couples will enjoy coming up with their own unique wedding centrepiece ideas while others may be overwhelmed with the choice. If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed try thinking about some of these pointers to help guide you.

What’s your style?

The style of your wedding may be dictated by you as a couple, perhaps you are very quirky and out there and want your wedding to reflect this, or perhaps your venue is dictating your style. Have you chosen a relaxed barn setting or a traditional stately home? When choosing your centrepieces choose something that fits in with the overall style of your day. They types of vases and containers as well as flowers you use will set the style of your centrepieces, grand candelabra suit formal elegant weddings while a grouping of bottles and jars suit a more informal style wedding.

Tall or low?

It is up to you whether you choose tall or low centrepieces, one thing to remember is your guests will want to talk to each other at the table, so whatever you do don’t put something in the table that will obstruct their view. Pick something low enough that they can see over, or tall enough that they can see under. Not all tables have to be the same, tall centrepieces give immediate wow factor as guests enter the room and for certain high ceilinged venues tall centrepieces are a must if you want to create impact. However you don’t need them on all the tables, adding low centrepieces into the mix creates variety and interest around the room.

What is your budget?

Be realistic, if your centrepieces are important to you allocate a budget that reflects it, on the other hand if they are not so important and you would rather allocate your budget elsewhere, do so. To help your budget go further opt for more foliage and herbs mixed with seasonal flowers, rather than large roses and specialist flowers.

One vase or a grouping?

Depending on your style you can choose one vase, jug, bucket filled with beautiful blooms in the centre of your tables or instead have a mix of different vases, bottles, jam jars or even crystal decanters grouped in the centre of the table. Whether you are choosing a grouping, or one vase in the middle, adding tea light holders or votives to the table will add interest and romantic candle light as the night draws in. To add even more detail to the tables think about laying something over the linen cloth, hessian table runners and wooden tree slices work well for rustic style weddings and lace table cloths or a stack of vintage books add a lovely touch for vintage style weddings.

Ask a florist or do it yourself?

This will depend on what you have chosen, the morning of your wedding is meant for relaxing so if you are thinking of taking this on yourself make sure you have chosen something that can be done well in advance and you have someone who will set it out for you. Or opt for non-floral centrepieces, lanterns and candles make lovely centrepieces and can be prepared well in advance. Don’t take on anything you can’t manage and have a practice before the wedding. If in doubt always ask a florist, if you have chosen your own containers many florists will be happy to use these, this is a lovely touch as you can then gift the whole container to special guests after the wedding. Re-use your centrepieces, often some of the guest tables will be moved for the evening party. Is there are area at your venue the centrepieces can be moved to be enjoyed by your guests, perhaps on tables in a quieter seating area, or if you had smaller bottles and vases they look fab along window sills or on the guest book table. At we have a whole collection of wedding vases and vessels for centrepieces to suit a variety of wedding styles.