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How to Plan an Adult St. Patrick’s Day Party

Celebrate this Irish Holiday by having an adult St. Patrick’s Day party for your friends. Let this collection of simple ideas help make your party fun and have your guests going “green.”

Decorations

St. Patrick’s Day color is green, but don’t forget that you can add in orange and white–colors of the Irish flag. Symbols for St. Pat’s Day are well known–leprechauns, rainbows, shamrocks, and pots of gold. You will be able to find most of what you need at a dollar or party store.

Print out St Pat themed pictures and put inside of your current frames or buy a cheap new frames at a dollar store. Over the Big Moon and Pizzazzerie have designs you can print out.

Wine bottle decorations are very popular now. Buy Irish themed ribbon and a St. Patrick’s Day wooden ornament. Apply using hot glue. Or you can place a short string of twinkle lights in a green bottle. Make a bouquet using various picks and decorate bottle with stickers.

You can’t go wrong with pots of clover. Put them in a boot; leprechaun hat turned upside down, St. Patrick’s Day theme vases or wrap in bright green foil.

Make cute construction paper shamrocks following instructions at Sugar Bee Crafts.

Another quick and easy  idea is to put a pillar candles in a tall hurricane candle holder, then pour split peas into covering about inch or so of the candle.

Buy small bird houses and spray paint green, using glitter is optional, and create a mini leprechaun village.

 

Games for your adult St. Patrick’s Day party

It is always fun to have recordings of Irish music playing in the background.

Thrifty Jinxy has a print-out for the PIN THE SHAMROCK ON THE LEPRECHAUN game.

Our Family World has instructions for Tossing Potatoes and famous Irish people.

While you have Irish music playing, have a contest for the guest who dances the best jig or the one who can dance the longest before stumbling.

Drinks

Make green beer by adding a drop of food coloring to a light color beer. A search of Pinterest or the internet will give you many alcohol beverage ideas. Here is three to get you started

Emerald Lady is a coconut, fruit and rum combination

Fuzzy Leprechaun cocktail is fruit juice, peach schnapps, and vodka

Grasshopper Jello Shot uses gelatin, Creme de cacao, and Mint Liqueur

Non-alcohol drinks

There are many options for non-alcohol drinks including limeade —Think Green Limeade.

For more ideas– Best Non-Alcoholic Drink Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

Food

You can have a sit-down dinner with traditional Irish food or serve finger foods that have an Irish theme or are green.

Finger foods

Ireland is famous for their potatoes. Irish potato bites are simple to make and so delicious.

Appetizers you may want to use:

Cheesy Reuben Appetizer

Corned beef and cabbage rolls

Vegetable tray with all green vegetables–snow peas, pepper strips, cucumber slices, etc. Or make Ireland’s flag by having stripes of green vegetables, cauliflower, and carrots.

Avocado devil eggs

Or ask your guests to bring their favorite grazing food.

Irish Meal

Corn Beef is the traditional choice to serve in the US. For side dishes you could serve Irish Soda Bread or muffins, and Irish Colcannon  (a potato dish).

Shopping Guide

Irish ribbon

Leprechaun hat

Irish music CDs

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