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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! To honor the color of luck, we’re offering a few ways to incorporate green into your wedding color palette, no matter the time of year.

Flowers are an obvious go-to, but there are a number of unconventional ways you can add shades of green—from mint to lime, to kelly and pine—into your big day.

A light backdrop for your favorite quote, or adorable bottles of green (!) lemonade.

A gorgeous outdoor canopy or shabby-chic mint seats.

Rosemary makes an easy, earthy accent for name cards and DIY table runners.

Not to mention, of course, bright standout shades for the wedding party…

Amsale Strapless Chiffon Gown | Nina Peep-Toe Pump

…or more muted and earthy tones.

Isaac Mizrahi New York Fit & Flare Dress | L.Erickson Silk Obi Sash

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We don’t know about you, but we plan to spend the day perfecting our Irish accent and eating way too many green shamrock cookies. We’ll also be enjoying the sea of green, one of our favorite colors! Green is re-interpreted every year in fashion and design (hello, Pantone color of the year!), and can be worked into many types of wedding themes as well. Whether it’s seaglass, chartreuse, emerald or forest, green adds a fresh accent to any wedding color palette. Get inspired by the ideas below and don’t be afraid to go green! (Oh, and we recommend going green in the earth-friendly sense as well!)

Rustic bouquet | BCBGMAXAZRIA dress |Green chairs | Invitations | Valentino clutch | Bride in sunglasses | Kendra Scott necklace | Succulents | J.Renee pump

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