St. Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday to celebrate with a little party. I’ve always felt like the leprechauns and I would get along: pots of gold, beer, and the color green. Just a few of my favorite things.
No matter how big or how small your St. Patty’s Day party, on-theme party decor and food is always a Y E S. This is also a cute idea for a classroom party too if you’re a teacher and want to put something together for your kiddos.
Super Green Decor
I love making these catchy banners for all of my party set-ups. It’s such a cute addition to any party decor, and can add some catchiness too! Puns are always the best for these, I promise.
For this party setup my main idea was “green”. Bet you couldn’t tell, right? So I went on a little goodwill trip and found this interesting drink jug with a hole in the middle, filled with these decorative green balls it stuck out to me!
Later that week, I found these same green balls at Hobby Lobby and bought some to fill up the drink jug more. I think it’s super cute this way!
The hat is just from the dollar tree. I love checking dollar stores for holiday party setups because they are the cheapest, cutest little details to add to any setup.
Balloon garlands are never a bad idea, friend.
When it comes to balloon garlands, I’m still learning. My favorite way to do a simple, small balloon garland is to use the garland tape I bought. I’ll link something similar here.
Since I couldn’t fill a cauldron that size with gold coins, I had to improvise. What’s better than a pot of actual gold? Nothing. But what’s a close second? Beer, I’m sure.
Me and Casey do not drink Keystone. It’s not for us, we prefer darker beers, like lagers and stouts. However, most of our family and friends drink Keystone so we keep it around the house for when they stop by!
This green punch is a M U S T H A V E for a St. Patty’s Day setup. I didn’t create this recipe, I found it on Debi’s blog over at Our Wabi Sabi Life. I’ll link it here, but it was delicious and looked great!
These green rice crispies were super simple to make! Just add green food coloring and lucky charms to your normal rice krispies recipe and you’re all set. The inspiration for these rice crispies came from Mallory over at Classy Clutter.
The end of another week, the end of another blog post.
You have no idea how much it really means to me that you clicked on over here and read my blog post. I value each and every page view, truly.
So thank you for stopping by, you sweet, sweet soul. Here’s to hosting small parties and being close with friends and family. And here’s to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a little beer!
If you have anything to add, let me know in the comments. I would love to hear from you!