Get Lucky with Shamrock Wedding Inspiration

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  As a kid in Catholic school, St. Patrick’s Day was a chance to wear green socks with our standard uniform and sit through stories about a snake or something.  As an adult it’s a time to get drunk on green beer (or in my case, apple martinis) without shame or regrets.

The image of the shamrock, a three leafed clover that St. Patrick used to represent the Holy Trinity, may not be the symbol of luck that its mutant brother the four-leaf clover represents, but both the shamrock and the four-leaf clover can be used beautifully in weddings as seen in the images I’ve collected below.  And emerald green is the color of the year, so go ahead, get lucky, and rock some shamrocks in your wedding!

Get Lucky with Shamrock Wedding Inspiration
Hidden Shamrock {Image Source: Pixie Dust Bride}
Get Lucky with Shamrock Wedding Inspiration
Clover Patch Cake Topper {Image Source: Studio DIY}

Get Lucky with Shamrock Wedding Inspiration
Shamrock Necklace {Image Source: Beso}
Get Lucky with Shamrock Wedding Inspiration

Get Lucky with Shamrock Wedding Inspiration
Clover Cupcakes {Image Source: FourSeasons.com}

1 thought on “Get Lucky with Shamrock Wedding Inspiration”

  1. mmmmm apple martinis. 🙂

    I love the symbol of the shamrock and enjoyed the roundup of them at weddings. Remember the Disney wedding that went down the day of your bachelorette last year? It was full of green. I hope you get your hands on those pictures one day so we can see more of how it turned out!

    P.S. Happy bachelorette-aversary this weekend! 😀

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