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St. Patrick's Day Partying

St. Patrick's Day Partying
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St. Patrick’s Day is on 17th March and we have been looking some St. Patrick’s Day history and ideas to help you have a fun St. Patrick’s Day Party whether you are celebrating at home or out. St. Patrick’s Day Decorations really set the scene and atmosphere and are all themed Green. Wearing St. Patrick’s Day Hats and Glasses are a fun way to accessorise and get into the spirit of the party. We would love to hear about your St. Patrick’s experiences and what you are planning this year.

 

 

 

 

St. Patrick’s Day is on 17th March and is a public holiday in Ireland which celebrates Irish customs and tradition. St. Patrick was the Patron Saint of Ireland who was recognized for bringing Christianity to Ireland. This day became an official Feast Day in early seventeenth century. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day there are public parades and festivals, people wear Green and Shamrocks and consume Irish Beer and Whiskey. The first St. Patrick’s Day Festival was held on 17th March 1996, in 1997 it became a three day event and by 2004 a four day event. The event includes concerts, outdoor theatre and fireworks.

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated throughout the world in many ways and we have some ideas to help you however you are spending your St. Patrick’s Day. Being with family and friends is always a good way to have fun but if you are working you can always add some Green accessories such as a Sash or a pair of Green Glasses to what you are wearing to enter into the spirit of the day. If you are going to a Parade putting on Green Hair Spray and using Face Paints is the perfect way to stand out and look good, this is also the time to wave Flags and Hand Held Ireland Flags are always a popular choice for a parade. Pubs usually have a St. Patrick’s theme where they go to town on putting on big festivities with loads of St. Patrick’s Day Decorations such Banners, Shamrock Cutouts and Leprachauns. This is a time to have fun and really party and wearing St. Patricks Day Hats gets everyone in the mood for a good time and we have loads of options from Toppers with Beards to Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Irish Shamrock Bowlers. If it is a party at home you are opting for, putting up Bunting will let your guests know where the party is, you can theme the night Green and choosing St. Patrick’s Party Packs will make choosing so easy. You can serve typical Irish food such as corned beef and cabbage and even have cakes with Green icing served on St. Patricks Themed Tableware, the St. Patrick’s Day Jig range is a particular favourite. If it is a boozy night you are planning giving your guests Irish Whisky in St. Patrick’s Shot Glasses are sure to go down well.

There is still time to get organised for St. Patrick’s Day and to plan a fantastic night. Where will you be celebrating? We would love to hear what plans you have this year as well how you have celebrated in the past.

 

 

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