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Here’s a collection of the best tips for throwing a St. Patrick’s Day party.
There are helpful videos, and lots of fun tips which highlight everything you need to do to make your St. Paddy’s Day party extra special.
The topics include:
- games & music
Unless this is a last-minute St. Patrick’s Day party that you’re planning, then you’ll want to send out the invitations about 10 days in advance.
Plan a fun St. Patrick’s Day menu.
Try these recipes on for size:
- St. Patrick’s Day Recipe Ideas
- Irish Recipes
- 50 Recipes For Green Colored Foods
- 70 Dye-Free Green Foods For St. Patrick’s Day
- Epicurious St. Patrick’s Day Menus
Serve fun St. Patrick’s Day desserts like:
- Irish soda bread
- Shamrock cookies
- Green M&Ms
- Irish chocolate ice cream
- Green jellybeans
- St. Patrick’s Day cupcakes
Use green, white, and orange for your St. Patrick’s Day party decorations, since those are the colors in the Irish flag.
Some fun ideas:
- Floating candles
- Light bulbs
Make fun green drinks for your St. Patrick’s Day party.
Sing Irish drinking songs or play music by Irish artists.
- Boomtown Rats
- Van Morrison
- Skid Row
- Gilbert O’Sullivan
- Sinead O’Connor
Hold an Irish step dancing contest, with a Riverdance CD or DVD playing in the background. Or play some other St. Patrick’s Day party games.
End with a night cap: Irish coffee with whipped cream.
Many of the above tips are discussed in this video:
Some Last-Minute Thoughts For Your St. Paddy’s Day Party
Didn’t plan far enough ahead?
This video provides some fun last-minute ideas for an impromptu St. Patrick’s Day party:
And don’t forget to paint your fingernails green:
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