Top Eight Ideas For The Best St. Patrick’s Day Party

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Top Eight Ideas For The Best St. Patrick’s Day Party

Are you ready for a good St. Patrick’s Day Party? Ready for green beer and shamrocks galore? I am. I am not Irish, but I love a good Irish blessing and a good Irish themed party. I enjoy the holiday so much until I thought it best that I learn a little of the history behind the celebrations and observance of the special day. What I found was that although St. Patrick’s Day celebrations have evolved into parties and fun, it all began with the observance of the death of St. Patrick. St. Patrick was the patron saint of Ireland. What began as a religious feast day in the 17th century has evolved into a variety of festivals across the globe celebrating Irish culture with parades, special foods, music, dancing, and a whole lot of green.

Then there is the legend of the leprechaun. The most exciting. Do you remember the scary Leprechaun movies? I know, I am dating myself but when I first saw them, I could not sleep at night. However, I now know that the leprechaun is actually a fairy in Irish folklore. They are said to be solitary creatures who spend their time making and mending shoes and they have this elusive pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. Just know that if you are ever lucky enough to catch a leprechaun, he will generously grant you three wishes in exchange for his freedom. So keep your eyes peeled. So that’s your history lesson, but I have invited my blogging-buddy, Isadora Guidoni, to give us some excellent tips for hosting a festive and fun St. Patrick’s Day party. The dishes are magically delicious. Enjoy…take it away Isadora.

Top Eight Ideas For The Best St. Patrick’s Day Party

March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, a day filled with joy and luck and where people celebrate with lots of beautiful DIY crafts, yummy food recipes, and lots of fun. Are you planning to host the best St. Patrick’s party this year? Check out these amazing decór ideas and delicious party food recipes that will add a little of the Irish luck to your day and help you celebrate it in the best way!

St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Table

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If you want an easy way to decorate the dining table, you will love this idea. Use thin artificial turf as a runner to bring the traditional color green to the table, add some votive candleholders, and finish by scattering chocolate coins. The idea is easy, simple and perfect to celebrate the holiday!

Source: Après Fête




Shamrock Mason Jars

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We all know how practical Mason jars are, so why not paint a few to celebrate the day and use them as decorations? Spray paint your jars with a golden color and make green shamrock designs using a thin brush, making three small dots to create the petals and a thin line below using a toothpick for the stem. Or you could use a stencil or a stamp. Easy peasy! You can use the jars to display flowers or even to serve as holders for silverware, straws and other items.

Source: Mason Jar Crafts Love

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Source: Land Of Nod

For a beautiful way to decorate the house for St. Patrick’s Day,  try making this lovely garland that welcomes and celebrates the day in the best way! Using green yarn to make the pom-poms and foam shamrocks, this garland can easily be made while watching tv or with the help of the kids. Get the full instructions over at Land Of Nod!

Source: Land Of Nod

DIY Pot of Gold

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What is St. Patrick’s Day without a pot of gold, right? To make this gorgeous pot, you will only need a small terra-cotta pot, black acrylic paint, mod podge, gold glitter, and a shamrock design that you can easily make yourself. And, of course, some delicious Rolo candies to fill the pot with “gold”! The instructions are really easy and you can check them out at Create Craft Love.

Source: Create Craft Love



Corned Beef Sliders

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This recipe of  Corned Beef Irish Cheddar Sliders is incredibly easy to prepare and so delicious that everybody will ask for seconds. To make these small delights, you will start by adding mayo to super soft potato rolls (can be found in the bakery section of your supermarket), pile on deli corned beef, Dubliner cheese, and top with mustard sauce. Bake these little yummies until the cheese melts and they’re ready to be devoured! Source: Fake Ginger

Shamrock Chips With Pot o’ Gold Dip

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This healthy and creative recipe is just perfect to celebrate the lucky holiday! The shamrock chips are made with spinach tortillas wraps and the pot of gold dip is made with yellow pear cherry tomatoes or yellow heirloom tomatoes, which gives the dip its amazing color.  Get the full recipe over at How Does She!

Source: How Does She


Leprechaun Popcorn

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For an amazing treat that both adults and kids can enjoy, this green Leprechaun Popcorn is an amazing option. You can make it by drizzling green and white chocolate candy melts onto the popcorn and topping with green sprinkles and green mint M&Ms. Easy, simple, and perfect for any type of celebration!

Source: Blommi


Shamrock Pretzels

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To satisfy the sweet tooth of the guests, these awesome Shamrock Pretzels are ideal. Made with green candy coating and pretzels, the recipe is a great way to get your kids involved, especially when arranging the shamrock shapes. You can make these as a treat for your guests, take them to the office and share with your coworkers, or even give them as a small gift to your neighbors, friends, and family.

Source: The Spruce

For each petal on the shamrock

This brings a wish your way–

Good health, good luck, and happiness

For today and every day.

~ Irish Blessing

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14 thoughts on “Top Eight Ideas For The Best St. Patrick’s Day Party

  1. Grammy Dee says:

    The jars are unique, I like them. The slider sandwich looks yummy. And who doesn’t want some green popcorn with chocolate 🙂 Thank you Clearissa for sharing this post at Wednesday AIM Link Party at Grammy’s Grid. I shared it on social media. Hope you get lots of traffic!

  2. Clearissa Coward says:

    Hi Dee. Thank you for sharing and for stopping by. The jars are the cutest I agree and so easy to do. There are so many possibilities. And you can never beat popcorn and chocolate unless you throw in green beer. 🙂 Please stop by again

  3. candy says:

    There isn’t anything I don’t like about this post. So many awesome ideas and simple to make or create. Love that green turf tables cape. Fun hanging out with you on Blogging Grandmothers.

  4. Carol ("Mimi") says:

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! You have some great ideas about how to celebrate. My favorites are the pots of gold and the green candy-coated pretzels. These would be so fun and festive at a St. Paddy’s celebration. Cheers!

  5. Grammy Dee says:

    Thank you Clearissa for sharing at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty #LinkUp #BlogParty. I shared on social media. And thank you for co-hosting the party 🙂

  6. Audrey says:

    Lots of fun ideas. I ignored St. Patrick’s Day this year with everything else we have had going on. Saving the ideas for next year.

  7. Clearissa Coward says:

    Hi Audrey, I’m glad you like the ideas. Good thing to save for next year. Just think, by then you will probably have a few other ideas as well. Thank you for stopping by. I hope you will again.

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