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Every March, aside from Mardi Gras, we also celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. You will see people wearing green, eating green and drinking green.
I have actually participated in a Shamrock Shuffle at one point. It is a fun race held in Chicago every year. You get to wear green. Some people even wear
But anyways, who is St. Patrick?
Did you ever wonder who is St. Patrick, why are we celebrating him and why is the theme color green?
Well, here is a little bit of history. According to History, St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, is one of Christianity’s most widely known figures.
He was believed to be the one credited for converting Ireland into Christianity.
Fun fact, did you know that the original color for St. Patrick is actually BLUE, not Green?
How To Throw A St. Patrick’s Day Party?
St. Patrick’s Day was not actually celebrated the way we do today. It’s actually a religious holiday.
But anyways, to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Party, your color theme should be green and you have to have symbols like a shamrock or a leprechaun.
What You Will Need
- St. Patrick’s Shamrock Light Up Necklaces
- St. Patrick’s Mini Glittery Plastic Party Hats
- Shamrock Headbands with Ribbon Streamers
- St. Patrick’s Day Green Tulle Skirts
You should also serve food that will go with your theme. Check out this Recipe on Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage.
It is a very easy recipe and you can save so much time Instant Pot.
What is a party without a dessert? Your guests would love the Pistachio Layered Cake.
Do not skip the drinks, try making your own Green Beer.
There you have it!
But that’s not all you need to rock a St. Patrick’s Day Pary. You have to entertain your guests. Talking and mingling would do but it will be more fun if you try out this 12 Hilarious St. Patrick’s Day Party Games.
So, that is how you throw a St. Patrick’s Day Party for less. A party does not have to be so expensive. The most important thing is for people to mingle and have fun.
How are you celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this year?