Party Resource Guide
Presented by Event & Wedding Planners
Seven Ways to Have an Irish Wedding
The traditional green flower for
Irish weddings is Bells of Ireland. Add green Limon Roses, green Hydrangeas, green Carnations,
green Mums & green Calla Lilies.
This altar arrangement was made with Bells of Ireland, Limon
Roses, green Hydrangeas & green Mums.
Bouquet of green Limon Roses, green Hydrangeas, white &
green Calla Lilies.
Bridesmaids Bouquet of Limon Roses, green Hydrangeas, &
table centerpiece of Limon Roses, green Hydrangeas, & green
For table centerpiece, use a
bunch of Bells of Ireland placed in clear glass tower vases.
A way to incorporate Celtic pride into
your wedding attire. Known for its intricate patterns and zenith
quality, wear a veil or carry a handkerchief made of this intricate
Playin' o' the Pipes
Although bagpipes have Celtic roots,
they are traditionally Scottish. For a truly Emerald Isle affair,
locate an Irish uillean piper to lead the processional or recessional.
Irish Wedding Feast
The customary wedding feast in Ireland
was a potluck hosted at the bride's family's home. Each guest brought
traditional Irish dishes such as soda bread, coddle, and stew. Even if
you're having a more formal reception, you can still celebrate this
Irish tradition by having a "feast" for your bridal shower or
Giving the Claddagh
Two hands holding a heart underneath a
crown is the Irish symbol for "Let Love and Friendship
Reign". Share your Irish heritage with your attendants by giving
them Celtic-inspired gifts marked with the claddagh. Give your maid of
honor a candle gift engraved with the "faith ring", or
jewelry made of claddagh. Buy claddagh wedding rings, or wear the Irish
symbol around your neck on your wedding day as a reminder of your