Cream Metal Jug Wedding Centrepiece

Our cream metal jug is one of our best selling wedding centrepieces for country garden weddings. Our cream shabby chic jugs look beautiful on wedding tables, depending on your overall wedding style ask your florist to add seasonal flowers or roses, or perhaps you are doing your table flowers yourself? Jugs are a good choice of centrepiece if you are having a go at doing your flowers yourself as they can be made the day before and left in the water over night. For a country or rustic look add a hessian table runner to your tables.

Cream metal jug wedding centrepiece

cream jug wedding centrepieces

cream jug wedding decorations

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Product Details

  • Our cream jug is made from metal
  • The jug looks lovely in the centre of wedding tables filled with flowers
  • As the jug belongs to you you can give the flowers (and the jug) away to special guests as gifts after the wedding.
  • Jugs are great for centrepieces but they also add decoration around the venue, add a jug filled with beautiful blooms to your guest book table, entrance table or near our table plan.
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  • Price: £10.95, bulk discounts available on orders of more than 10 jugs

Photogrpahy credit: Daffodil Waves
Florist: Passion for Flowers

Slate Grey Jug For Wedding Tables

This week our wedding decoration of the week is our popular grey jug, our grey jugs are slate grey in colour and look fab filled with pretty blooms in the middle of your wedding tables. The grey jugs make lovely centrepiece for country garden weddings and rustic weddings. Or if you are thinking of giving flowers as a gift to special wedding guests why not present them in a jug, this way they can keep the jug a a beautiful reminder.

Slate Grey Jug for Wedding Tables

grey jug wedding table decoration

View our grey jug in our shop

Product Details

  • Grey metal jugs will look perfect sitting in the centre of your wedding tables, perhaps on a square of hessian or slate tile to enhance the rustic look.
  • The grey 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 jug measure 23cm high.
  • Although the jugs are made to hold water we always suggest putting your flowers in a smaller jam jar inside the milk churn to avoid any leakage onto the wedding tables.
  • Price: £11
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Where To Start When Styling A Country Garden Wedding

My recent article in Save The Date Magazine was all about where to start when styling a country garden wedding. If you are thinking of having a country garden wedding have a read, you may find some useful tips for styling your wedding. Read Save The Date Magazine in full here. how to style a country garden wedding with decorations from the wedding of my dreams


Anna Clarke Photography
Daffodil Waves Photography
Passion for Flowers

 Where to start when styling a country garden wedding

Choosing the venue

If you’re thinking of having a country garden style wedding it is important to choose a venue that’s going to fit with your style. Venues that work well for relaxed country garden weddings are barns, marquees or garden settings. National trust properties make an idyllic setting for a country garden wedding.

Add some colour

The lovely thing about country gardens is the mix of colours, if you are having this style of wedding you don’t have to commit to one or two colours only. Having a mix of bright colours works really well in this setting. You could add this into your day through different coloured bridesmaids’ dresses or more subtly through a mix of colourful flowers.  Here Passion for Flowers created a mix of different bridesmaids’ bouquets to reflect the different coloured bridesmaids’ dresses.

Lead the way

Once guests arrive at your wedding venue make sure they know where they are going, hanging signs outside on gates and from trees is a great way to direct your guests. Love this sign saying This Way To The I Do’s. At The Wedding of my Dreams we have a range of directional signs available.

The table plan is another feature where you can bring out your theme, set up your table plan in a corner of a room and make a statement of it, style it with jugs and bottles to make it a lovely feature. The Wedding of my Dreams has a whole range of table plans for country garden weddings.

On the tables

Bring the country garden theme through on your guest tables. Over the linen cloth lay a square of hessian or hessian runner and choose between buckets, jugs, milk churns or any quirky containers you can get your hands on for your centrepieces. Ask your florist to use natural country garden flowers, if your venue has a garden ask if your florist can include some of the same flowers that can be found in the gardens this will help the centrepieces look very in keeping and true to the setting.

Wedding favours

If you are giving favours perhaps you could make your own jam or chutney and give a small jar to each guest, or scented lavender grain or small bunches of lavender on every place setting would be lovely. You may want to keep it simple and give sweets or chocolates, choosing a lovely favour box will help keep them look in keeping with the style of your day.

Around the room

You can create real impact as guests walk into the venue by hanging decorations from the ceiling. Paper pom poms, lanterns or long lengths of bunting work really well for this.

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