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7 Irish Instagrammers to Follow Before St. Patrick's Day

Think in shades of green, lucky eats, and gorgeous floral arrangements.

When the month of March rolls in with optimism for an early spring, everything magically begins to turn various shades of green. And not only that, but March 17 aka St. Patrick's Day is quickly approaching. Looking for inspiration, whether it's for an Irish feast, craft project, or decorations? Below, we are giving the green light to a few lucky Instagrammers who you should be following for some inspirational ideas.


1. @igersdublin

Daydreamers and travel enthusiasts need to add the official Instagram account of Ireland's capital, Dublin, to their following list. Immediately, you'll be inspired by lush landscapes, bustling cityscapes, as well as vignettes of Irish life from food and drinks to entertainment. Posting a picture from Dublin? Use #igersdublin in your caption to be featured on their page.



#regram from @rebecafiochi 💚🍃 #thedoorsofdublin

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2. @thedoorsofdublin

Looking to inject a bit of wanderlust into your feed? Hit the 'follow' button on the Insta account @doorsofdublin. Here, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the various colorful front doors throughout Ireland and the city of Dublin. Pretty brownstones with vibrant front stoops to polished door knockers will fill your scrolling minutes with wonder. Each picturesque door pic will make you wish you could just knock on one of the doors — passport, please!



3. @lilly_higgins

Foodies, get ready to follow an Irish food expert. Lilly Higgins as she writes (she's a food writer for The Irish Times), photographs, and eats her way through Dublin. (And we're, of course, salivating over every single 'gram.)


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4. @antppe

Photographer Giuseppe has a way of showing the magic of Ireland through his camera lens, whether he's hiking through a sun-dappled forest or walking the cobbled streets of Dublin. But we especially love his moody mountainside vignettes, lush with greenery and veiled in mist.



5. @houseofhannahevents

Lindsay Moynagh, owner and creative director for House of Hannah, lives a dream life. From her studio based in Ireland, she shares calligraphy, handmade paper, old houses, foraged flowers and textured fabrics — a moodboard come to life.



6. @hanako.flowerchild

For floral stylist Hana, her designs are inspired by her natural surroundings in the mountains of West Cork, Ireland. Think wild flowers, foraged green, and arrangements that seem picked fresh from the picturesque Irish countryside.




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7. @dublindaily

Get an intimate look at Ireland's capital by following this curated account. Here, you'll enjoy black and white photographs that depict rainy afternoons, stunning architecture, and the occasional spontaneous 'gram from the waterfront.


Feeling inspired to make something of your own that's entirely Insta-worthy? Try making these crepe-paper surprise balls: