Happy St. Patty’s Day!!! (Wedding Theme)

For all you 1) March brides, 2) Celts, and especially, 3) Irish, here’s an elegant St. Patrick’s Day wedding theme just for you!


Some of you may or may not know, I am one-quarter Irish through my late paternal grandmother Rosemary Reagan so I get SUPER-DUPER excited every year St. Patty’s Day rolls around!

And since I’m a wedding stylist blogger, this allows me to express a particularly beautiful part of the Irish culture as opposed to the obvious leprechauns, green rivers, and free-flowing beer.

So to all of you I wish a very merry St. Patrick’s Day!!!

Irish Wedding Collage


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