3 Creative Ways To Use Disposable Mason Jars at an Event

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Mason jars are becoming increasingly popular in the event industry. Our disposable mason jars to buy in bulk at CMJJ Gourmet are affordable and perfect to use at any event. Find our favorite ways to use disposable jars here.

Salad Stuffer

Guests will be expecting their salads to be coming out on plates. Surprise your client with a salad in a jar. Layer all the usual salad ingredients into the disposable jar and fasten with a lid.

There is no need to worry about the jars breaking in transport because ours won’t! Mason jars made from plastic are safe and just as beautiful as other glass mason jars. Make cleanup easier when all the food is in the same place.

Lantern Table Accent Piece

This creative way to use disposable mason jars at an event requires no food. Mason jars don’t have one use, but multiple. Creating a lantern from the mason jar is the perfect way to make an accent piece for the tables at the event.

Once you receive your mason jars, clean them with warm water and soap. Apply a thin layer of Mod Podge and stick shreds of tissue paper over the glue. Add another layer of Mod Podge on top to seal it all in. Finally, place a battery-operated candle inside, and you now have a safe but effective lantern accent piece!

Snow Globe Accent Piece

A snow globe is a perfect feature if your client wants something more creative yet classy. Now, you can use snow globes for any season and customize them to match any theme or décor.

To make the globe work, add a few drops of glycerin to the water in the jar, along with glitter or other objects that you want to float around. For an added effect, glue objects to the lid to keep them in place while everything else floats around it.

Our creative ways of using disposable mason jars are a suitable, mess-free alternative to ordinary glass mason jars. The glory of CMJJ Gourmet’s disposable mason jars is that they won’t break. No longer will you need to clean up messes of broken glass with our jars. Sure, you can use the jars for food, but don’t be afraid to get creative and use our jars for anything!

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