You don't have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Luckily, this day is a perfect occasion to have fun and wear all shades of green. Besides, it’s a wonderful opportunity to throw out a thematic party. We are sure you enjoy this kind of activity, so we have gathered some cool ideas to make it even more fun.


Prepare a photo area

Bring a photobooth to any party and your guests will hardly get back to the dancing floor. Prepare some funny staff, like the leprechaun's beard. You can search for some free printable templates on the web and attach them to dowel rods or craft sticks. We bet, you’ll enjoy them!


Shamrock decorations

More green and gold! The shamrock balloons look very fresh: you just need to take 4 green heart-shape latex balloons and tie them together. The same trick will do with the table decorations and you even can take some artificial shamrock instead of table flowers.


Golden coins

Send your guests home with a pretty, sparkly bag of chocolate gold coins. All you need are some small bags tied with a twine, full of round chocolates, wrapped in the golden glitter paper.


Cook something green

The bakery will provide the biggest number of options: leprechaun cookies, rainbow cakes etc. Use your imagination!


Prepare various kinds of beer

The best St. Patrick’s tradition is, for sure, the beer-drinking. To make it more interesting, get the beer of different tastes, prepare the cool mugs (you can find some at Luigi Bormioli) and let the party begin!

P.S. In addition, we recommend learning some Irish step moves ;)


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