March Wedding Inspiration

March brides are feeling lucky to be in love this time of year. To celebrate, this month’s read will show you how to incorporate the natural greens of March and a little Midas touch into your special day’s aesthetic. Continue on to see how elegant greens and gold pair together to create a beautiful and stunning design theme.



  Photo Courtesy of Life Long Studios

This bouquet is better than a pot of gold; certainly any Leprechaun would agree.  It’s bold and bright, but doesn’t lose sight of a tasteful and elegant ideal. Use this one unique bouquet for yourself as you walk down the aisle, and for your bridesmaids use something more toned down to create a balanced contrast.


Photo Courtesy of Bridal Guide


Photo Courtesy of Wedding Forward

We’d follow any rainbow if it meant finding this beauty at the end of its tail. This dress is drop dead gorgeous. Its delicate design and open back are just the right amount of simplicity. Use gold accents in your accessories to really bring your look to the top.


 Photo Courtesy of Preston Bailey

March Madness? Forget basketball, we’re going mad solely by these magical shoes. These heels certainly have the Midas touch, and are just the perfect addition underneath your dress. You’ll feel like a goddess from head to toe once you slip on these fabulous wardrobe pieces.


Photo Courtesy of Etsy

What’s better than chocolate gold coins you may ask? These perfect pennies, that’s what. Your guests will love these cute memorable tokens that remind them of just how lucky the bride & groom were to have met each other.


Photo Courtesy of Style Me pretty

The layout and design of these invites capture this divine beautiful gold and green design theme. Follow this model of simplistic invites with subtle green touches, and then seal your invites in a gold envelope to really make your wedding invitations pop. Guests will love your design theme from day one, and the gold envelope will make the invites easily distinguishable from less important mail.


Photo & Recipe Courtesy of Dishing Up the Dirt


A green signature cocktail to add to your drink menu is a must. Cucumber, limes, mint, and vodka; what’s a better combination? Simple. Easy. Yet, effortlessly tasty. Read below for the necessary ingredients and instructions for this refreshing concoction.

Find the Recipe Here


Courtesy of White Satin Wedding Show

Green and lots of it. This bouquet spares no expense to captivating nature’s simple eloquent beauty. White roses paired with lush, bright green arrangements make this bouquet perfect for your bridesmaids.

To bring in some of the elements of your color palette, we found this grey tux with light green accents to be extremely qualified for the job. These tuxes will pair wonderfully with the matching green skirts of your bridesmaids. The whimsical green skirts with the counterparts of the green ties make a fluid pair that will look beautiful in pictures. For your flower girl opt for something cute and gold to again tie in the gold accents of your design.


   Photo Courtesy of Southern Weddings


Photo Courtesy of Boho Weddings


Photo Courtesy of Buzzfeed

Greenery dispersed throughout your design scheme is a beautiful aesthetic. The fresh greens of March make this table go from boring to bold. Again, simplicity is the best guideline for design. This green table brings in the beauty of nature and if it seems to dull for your taste you can always add in a pop of color with other floral arrangements. These fresh greens help symbolize your new beginning even further to create the perfect wedding atmosphere.


Photo Courtesy of Elegant Wedding Invites

 No green eggs and ham here, just greenery influenced cake. This cake is picture-perfect. Topped with just the right amount of greens, this cake is beautiful and the sweetest ending to your special day.


  Photo Courtesy of The Bohemian Wedding

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