In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and the tradition of wearing green to celebrate, we’ve decided to look back at some of our favorite ways to include the hue into your wedding décor. Depending on the shade you choose, green can evoke the natural beauty of the forest or the fresh and bright feeling that comes with spring.
As the trend of rustic weddings slows down, brides hoping to incorporate an organic, low-maintenance feel to their nuptials may be looking for ideas. Couples who enjoy a preppy style can take advantage of a green-based color palette as well: a medium tone makes for a crisp design on paper products and ensembles, as well as having the benefit of being less frequently used, making the aesthetic of your wedding unique.
Photo by Jillian Rose Photography; Planning & Design by Tessa Lyn Events; From Real Wedding: Indoor Wedding with a Beach-Inspired Color Palette in Santa Monica
Photo by TimWill Photography; From Real Wedding: Alfresco Wedding + Indoor Reception with Organic Natural Elements
Photo by GarrenTee Photography; From Real Wedding: Summer Interfaith Wedding with Rustic Details at an Inn in Vermont
Photo by Gabe Aceves Photography; Floral Design by Amaryllis Floral & Event Design; From Real Wedding: A Warm, Cozy Wedding at a Unique Warehouse Venue in Washington, DC
Photo by Perez Photography; From Real Wedding: A Persian-American Ceremony with Light-Hued Reception in Dallas
Photo by Vue Photography; From Real Wedding: Summer Destination Wedding with Rustic-Elegant Décor in Georgia
Photo by This Modern Romance; From Real Wedding: A Rustic-Chic Wedding with Wooden Accents and Verdant Details
Photo by Branco Prata; Planning & Design by Evoke Design & Creative; From Real Wedding: Chic Destination Wedding with California Style in Washington, DC
Photo by Kristin Anderson Photography; Planning & Design by Tessa Lyn Events; From Real Wedding: Classic Wedding Colors with Modern Elements in Santa Monica