5 Ways to Incorporate Green Into Your Wedding For St. Patrick’s Day

by Ivy Jacobson
Green Flats: First Comes Love Photo / TheKnot.com
photo by First Comes Love Photo

If you're celebrating St. Patrick's Day at your wedding, getting married in March or just want a pop of springy color in your ceremony or reception, these green accents at your wedding will be bright and festive. From pretty sage flats to signature shamrock-colored drinks, leave no green color palette unused!

Green Ombre Wedding Cake

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photo by Philip Ficks

Philip Ficks

This green ombre confection covered in edible confetti and white sugar roses is the ultimate St. Patrick's day wedding cake — eye-catching, cheery and perfect for spring.

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Signature Green Cocktails

Green drinks: Samuel Lippke Studios / TheKnot.com
photo by Samuel Lippke Studios

Samuel Lippke Studios

Besides leprechauns, what could add a little more fun and mischief to your reception? Signature green cocktails, of course.

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An Earthy Green Bouquet

Green Bouquet: Beth Berry Photography / TheKnot.com
photo by Beth Berry Photography

Beth Berry Photography

A bouquet comprised of green mums, sweet peas, ferns and baby's breath is a fresh pop of color.

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Green Flats

Green flats: First Comes Love Photo / TheKnot.com
photo by First Comes Love Photo

First Comes Love Photo

Green flats to wear under your wedding dress is whimsical and unexpected — and great to dance a little jig in.

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Mint Green Invitations

Green Invites: Katelyn James Photography / TheKnot.com
photo by Katelyn James Photography

Katelyn James Photography

A subtle and pretty mint shade for your invitations is super stylish.

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