Mason Jar Invitations and Chalkboard Tags

Mason Jar Invitations and Chalkboard TagsMy bride-to-be friend loves mason jars just about as much as I do. Therefore, it makes perfect sense to incorporate this gorgeous glassware into her bridal shower decor. The first item of business for a Shabby Chic Bridal Shower is embellished mason jar invitations and chalkboard tags of course!

To make these charming mason jar invitations you will need a few items:

-white card stock paper
-mason jar template (click here)
chalkboard spray paint
-1 package of small wooden hearts from Michael’s
chalk marker
-power drill
-3/32″ drill bit
-husband or handy man on call (see below)

chalkboard tagsNow what you know the supply list, the rest is pretty self explanatory. Type up your invite on my trusty template, print & cut, spray paint the hearts, drill holes in them, tie the hearts to the jars and voilĂ !

Mason Jar Invitations DIYIf you love these invitations, then you’ll surely love my Chalkboard Napkin Rings to match.

Chalkboard Napkin RingsClick here to see decor photos from Miss Amy’s bridal shower.

Happy crafting y’all!

Keep Creating, Jennifer Pilgrim



  1. Amanda says:

    The template is green, how did you get yours to be blue?

  2. Sarah says:

    I’m still having trouble making the template white…what’s the trick that this preggo-brained Momma can’t figure out? :)

  3. Michael says:

    What font do you use for your invitations. This is a nice readable script.

  4. Lisa says:

    So the template is just the blank Mason jar right? Do we need to find our own clip art? Or am I doing something wrong here?

    • Hi Lisa, yes this post is for the mason jar. It was so hard to find the right one for the invitations that I was working on, I had to create one. I thought I’d share it with everyone who may be having the same issue. Xo

      • Alisha says:

        Would you happen to have a template of the same clip art that you used? I am having trouble finding my own that has the same color background or one that fits! and for some reason I can’t just get my clip art to merge! eeeeerg. Help!

  5. Angela Richardson says:

    Thanks so much for this printable! Just finished making an invite and it looks awesome.

  6. Hi, this is a lovely template. Could somebody please explain to me how I can change the base color (of the mason jar) using Word? the ‘fill color’ option in the formatting bar has no effect.

    Also, how did you copy/paste and resize the clip art?

    Thanks very much.

    • Hi Mal! You will have to find a mason jar template that doesn’t already have color. A google image search should work. You will also need to find your own clipart and insert it if you want to play with sizing. Try looking at for some. Hope this helps!

  7. Summer says:

    Nevermind! I got it.

  8. Summer says:

    This may be a silly question but how do I get the mason jar white? It is coming up colored.

  9. Hi I’m trying to make my own mason jar invitations. How big is your mason jar? The template looks big. I’d like to fit 4 on a piece of cardstock to print out at staples.5

  10. JUJU says:


    When I click on the template for the mason jar it just brings up the picture and I can’t write any text on it. How can i transfer the template where i can type in it?

    • Hi JUJU,

      The image needs to be uploaded into whatever photo editing software you have so that you can add text it. If you don’t have Word or Photoshop or any software like that installed, a good option is to go to the website and upload the photo there. You can utilize their tools to add text for free.

      Thanks for visiting! Xo

  11. aw! you used some of my clip art! Love!

  12. Love the idea of using mason jar template as invites! The touch of twine is cute too. Visiting via ‘lovelyladies linkylife.’

  13. Adorable tags! :-)

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