Today is St. Patrick’s Day! To celebrate our love for all things Irish we are dedicating this inspirational board to the traditions of the emerald isle! If you want your wedding to reflect your heritage and evoke the plains, pubs, and culture of Ireland. So pour yourself a pint of Guinness, don some green apparel (lest ye be pinched!) and feast your eyes on our visions in green. Sláinte!
If an outdoor wedding is your desire, you can’t beat a backdrop like this. The castle’s stature and age reflect the elegance of your enduring love.
Every wedding you’ll attend this spring will have groomsmen in pastel colors. It’s time to buck the trend and go full kilt! Get it, full tilt? Kilt? Anyway, your groomsmen will be memorable and far more comfortable in this traditional garb.
Green is a polarizing color for bridesmaids. Adding accents of red provides contrast.
With such a beautiful location, minimal adornment is needed. Having a natural backdrop adds to the green theme. Bright whites are ideal for the chairs at your ceremony.
Celtics know this tradition as hand fasting. This tradition derives from Old Norse: hand-fiesta and binds the couples hands with ribbon or a cord. This is a public symbol of the couple joining hands, bargaining their relationship together, and symbolizes their marriage vows. a sort of “lets shake on it” deal. Each color has a different meaning and connects the couple in their marriage contract.
The happy couple adorned in green.
These chair decorations are really a no-brainer. Sheer fabric is inviting and not flashy.
A beautiful green tablescape. Long strands of ivy extend out beyond the centerpieces and connect your guests to the natural majesty of Ireland.
Every little detailed covered in green. Against all these greens, you really can’t overdo the baby’s breath. The tiny white petals look like they were just freshly picked.
A beautiful toasting table overflowing with pale purples and whites reflects your taste for elegance that eschews the noisy and indulgent. Moss makes for a perfect presentation of the rings.
Let us know what you think about this inspirational St. Paddy’s Day post below in the comment section. We hope you enjoy this blog and have a great day!