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When I think of a St. Patrick’s Day celebration I envision green, green and even more green…oh yeah, and shamrocks, leprechauns and pots of gold too.
And when it comes to St. Paddy’s themed weddings, anything goes — yes, the cheesier, the more cliché the better! I’ve put together two inspiration boards — one all about décor accessories and the other about bridal accessories — that will take your St. Paddy’s Day wedding to whole new level of green. Enjoy!
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No need to be discouraged by all the purples and pinks you see everywhere in the wedding world right now, if a vibrant green wedding is what you want then a vibrant green wedding is what you’ll get!
Some great green décor accessories to consider include fabulous green flowers like these green Button Pom Poms, a green signature drink during cocktail hour like a Mojito and green cake pops for dessert or midnight snack.
Then of course you can jazz it up with a little St. Paddy’s Day flair with ‘Luck of the Irish’ table numbers, stickers and bottle labels, Celtic style toasting flutes, and, of course, chocolate gold coin favors.
As for you and your ladies, from pretty green bridesmaids dresses to an adorable Celtic garter, a St. Paddy’s day wedding theme can definitely be incorporated into every little detail.
I just love the look of white bouquets with a green color scheme, and I suggest choosing something other than Roses like Calla Lilies or Gerberas. I mean, who doesn’t love Lilies, right?
Happy St. Paddy’s Day weddings!
Photos courtesy of: Dana Beveridge, Louise McLaren, tjmaxxfashion, dreamglowpumpkincat210, PhareannaH[berhabuk], Wrote, liz west, AForestFrolic, Somewhere in the world today…, Katie Brady, Melissa Ingram, makeshiftlove, Philip Dean and Kristin Kokkersvold.