St. Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious celebration in Ireland, commemorating the patron saint of Ireland with public parades and festivals. It’s St. Paddy’s and everyone wants a great party to go to. Let your wedding be that great event! Add a little Irish flair to your wedding by having a St. Patrick’s Day themed wedding. So for all the lovers of beer, bangers and mash; we have some inspiration for your St. Paddy’s Day wedding extravaganza!
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Throw some pretty green leaves on the tables, or go rustic with moss! In the mood for something simpler? An understated green fabric table runner or some emerald green candlesticks are a lovely touch.
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Symbolically linked to Irish heritage, emerald rings are a symbol of a happy marriage. As one of the most auspicious gemstones for a wedding ring, it embodies unity, compassion and unconditional love.
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A perfect 10 for groomsmen’s efforts on these cute green socks.
Green & Gold
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Set the tone right for your St. Patrick’s themed wedding by sending an invite which speaks for itself. Gold and green are obvious choices of colors when it comes to selecting an Irish wedding invite.
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Green doesn’t have to mean Kerry green. Mint, sage, olive, hunter- they’re all green! Experiment with different shades of greens by incorporating it in cake design, bouquets, and boutonnieres.
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What St. Patrick’s Day wedding would be complete without some world-famous Irish drinks? Baileys, Guinness, Jameson are few fine Irish drinks to live the true spirit of the day.
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This buffet is out of this world, and the green bowlers are just the start of it. We love the symmetry, despite the use of many different containers. Also, big ups for the use of gummy apple rings, a perfect addition to any St. Patrick’s Day dessert buffet.
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