St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and we can’t help but be swept away by the whirlwind of four-leaf clovers and Shamrock Shakes. We felt inspired to put a Boho twist on our love for all things green and created a Greenery Color Crush to appeal to your own love for this lush color.
Bring Nature Indoors
A greenery themed wedding needs nature! Whether you choose to celebrate outdoors or indoors, make sure your wedding includes plenty of that green leafy stuff we all love. Consider having your ceremony outdoors and your reception indoors. We love the reception image shown with tall arrangements of greenery and white flowers towering over shorter arrangements. Green adds just the right pop of color while creating an open and airy feel within the venue. Succulent favors and cake décor lend a charming touch guests are sure to admire.
Save Some Green
Greenery is a fantastic theme if you’re working with a limited wedding budget. You can do a lot with a little bit of greenery, which means you can create a visually stunning ceremony and reception for little cost. If you celebrate outdoors, let your surroundings be your decorations. If you celebrate indoors, go for lush vines or tree trimmings. You can even save on the wedding invitations. We’ve shown the Naturally Delicate Invitation with this look but you’ll find a huge variety of affordable (and stylish!) seal and send invitations here at Invitations by Dawn.
Be a Little Shady
Add a vibrant look and feel to your wedding by embracing the many beautiful shades of green available. The bridesmaids shown above are donning a lovely variety of green dresses and they all look amazing together. The invitation shown uses only shades of green to create a simple yet incredibly elegant look. You don’t have to develop an elaborate color scheme to achieve a beautiful wedding. Sometimes different shades of one color are all you need.
Photo Credits: Reception: Clane Gessel Photography via Belle the Magazine, Jose Villa via Once Wed, L Hewitt Photography via Style Me Pretty, Groom: Emily Wren Photography via Ruffled Blog, Cake: Simply Bloom Photography via Ruffled Blog, Plant Table Numbers: Image Source via Tracey Reynolds Floral Design