Call it the luck of the Irish that these lavish St. Patrick’s Day wedding ideas landing in our lap. It’s like discovering a four-leaf clover. Fair warning though, if you are looking for all things shamrock, green beer or even corned beef and cabbage related – this most certainly is not it. More over, this gallery captured by Gina Purcell Photography with event planner Heather Benge Events and Alexi Events is Irish-inspired beauty, grown-up style! Commemorating the celebration of luxury and fashion with Weddington Way bridesmaids and a magical glam bride. For us, it’s Intrigue Designs who delivered the pot-of-gold in this styled shoot with their insanely beautiful floral designs on the tablescape and the exquisite bouquet. St. Patrick’s Day certainly is an enchanting time – a day to begin transforming winter’s dreams into summer’s magic.
Lavish St. Patrick’s Day Wedding Ideas
Celebrated across the world, St. Patrick’s Day may just be the only heritage-based holiday that is celebrated by people with absolutely no Irish ancestry. Whether you’re celebrating your Irish roots, St. Patrick himself or just want to a reason to plan a green wedding, ditch the green drinks and try something different. These unique decor ideas will help you ring in St. Patrick’s Day with style – and who couldn’t use an extra bit of luck in their marriage? This charming styled shoot took place utilized the 1920’s historical Muckenthaler Mansion in Fullerton, California, as their backdrop. Nestled amongst picturesque rolling green hills, this simple, modern day take on some lavish St. Patrick’s Day wedding ideas features beautiful shades of green with touches of soft, blush pink and pops of glittery gold. Muted greens paired with soft blush pink for the stationary contrasted the emerald green and sparkly gold handwritten vows. Speckles of gold and shades of green continued throughout the design, making its way onto the one of a kind cake by Nicole Bakes Cakes. The cake incorporated subtle hints of pastel color though the delicate florals. Succulents added a modern touch to the centerpieces as well as the bouquets. And just a word to the wise, remember it is St. Paddy’s not St. Patty’s!