Shamrock Boutonniére

by meandyoulookbook

Saint Patrick would have approved of these little green accessories. According to popular legend, the fifth-century Christian missionary to “heathen” Ireland used a three-leaf clover to explain the Trinity. The shamrock later became the Irish national emblem, proudly worn on Saint Patrick’s Day (March 17) to honour the Emerald Isle and its patron saint. This year, add a personal touch: Wear shamrocks of your own design. How to Make Shamrock Boutonnieres

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