Greenery remains a massive trend for weddings in 2018, and this stunning inspiration shoot at the Cliff at Lyons should give you plenty of ideas on how to make it work for you.
If the year 2017 had a colour theme, can we all agree that it was greenery?
I mean it was everywhere.
From notepads to bedspreads to gym gear, we couldn't get enough of bringing the outside in.
(Note: I even brought a succulent plant I'd taken from a wedding centrepiece into my bedroom, where it sat for months until I realised succulents, like cacti, actually do require water. And soil.)
The trend was set - or predicted at least - by Pantone, who declared 'greenery' the colour of the year back in December last year, and interiors, fashion, and indeed weddings, carried it forward.
Happily too for those of us still intent on developing our green fingers over the next few months, the trend seems to be going nowhere fast. Greenery too continues into 2018 for weddings, bringing a fresh, serene feel to reception styling.
If you're looking for a 'theme' to tie your big day together we say look no further, and this styled shoot by Orla Neligan of Cornershop Production, shot by Katya Koliban for Irish Brides Magazine, should give you plenty of inspiration for how to pull it off.
If you're of the opinion that wedding food trucks are 'notions', it looks like you're in the minority as the latest addition to the ever-growing wedding industry proves that couples are still harbouring a massive thirst for 'something different' on their big day.
While couples can spend weeks and even months trawling through inspirational wedding websites, seeking out niche ideas and pretty decor to make their big day Pinterest-perfect, arguably it can all go out the window if the entertainment on the night isn't on point.