When I spotted this two tone gold glittered mason jar on Pinterest, I immediately tagged it to my pinspiration board to try out on a blumebox.

On hand, I had silver glittery ribbon that I figured might just work as easily and with less mess than glitter. And easy it was. I cut the ribbon in strips that fit around the circumference of the 4″ cube blumebox and started gluing from the bottom and worked my way up. I stopped 1/3 of the way up the box, but you could cover to whatever your preference.

If you choose to use glitter, follow the instructions here on lilyshop.

We absolutely loved the results and know this would be stunning at a winter wedding, formal event and sparkling for a New Years party!

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Posted on August 26th, 2013 at 1:41 pm
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Holiday parties…REALLY! Indeed they are upon us and blumebox is here for your party needs!

Serve your guests some bubbly and offer them some rock candy for a fun festive addition. What better way way to do so than by using a 4″ blumebox cube with a blumebox dessert insert to easily arrange the rock candy. (You will have to remove the round ball from the rock candy stick to use with dessert insert)

Add some ribbon and festive labels to to add some holiday cheer and you have yourself one rockin’ table of bubbles!

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Posted on December 3rd, 2012 at 3:35 pm
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We love seeing a blumebox transformed into sparkling beauties, such as the one designed by Triple Berries Events and Paeonia Designs for a wedding reception aboard The Odyssey cruise line.

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Posted on October 30th, 2012 at 7:00 pm
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We love us a wedding that has a whole lot of do-it-yourself projects to it. We especially LOVE it when blumebox is part of those personalized touches for a wedding day!

So when Jessica Flores of sent us images of her fabulous DIY wedding day that featured eco-friendly blumeboxes, we were smitten with delight!! Like so many brides-to-be, Jessica had big ideas with a not-so big budget! But did that stop her? Not a chance. Instead, she took on a lot of the work herself and she got the results she dreamed of without breaking the bank.

With a silver, navy and white color palette, Jessica started by decorating the white 5.5″ cube blumeboxes (which she used for table centerpieces) with sheer navy blue and silver ribbon and eventually added their monogram to the box. The 8″ blumebox (designed to fit her stunning DIY brooch bouquet) was decorated with sheer navy blue ribbon and accessorized with adhesive pearls, for a truly classic look!

For much more detail, be sure to view her You Tube video.

And for those of you who can’t stop looking at that beauty of a brooch bouquet, you will not want to miss her How To Make a Brooch Bouquet You Tube video.

We loved what Jessica came up with for her own wedding, that we partnered with her to host a blumebox give away! For more details on the giveaway, view this You Tube Video before August 17th @ 11:59PM EST.

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Posted on August 7th, 2012 at 3:57 pm
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Wedding season is nearing, so tis the season for the 8″ blumebox! This size blumebox is an eco-fabulous way to display and transport bridal bouquets.

We adore this pairing of silver satin and dark purple for this wedding from Rose of Sharon Event Florist.

For more information on delivering your season of bridal bouquets in blumeboxes, contact us.

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Posted on March 6th, 2012 at 3:46 pm
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