Everyone’s a little Irish on March 17th. If you have not heard this saying, chances are you know very little about St. Patrick’s Day. St. Patrick’s Day costumes are not the only way to celebrate the occasion. You can throw a little party to do the same. If you are going to throw a party to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day, make it special. That is why we are here to assist you in planning a St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
Even if you are not going to your favorite restaurant or seeing a parade, we guarantee you will be dressed in green, waving an Irish flag, and having a good time this year if you follow our St. Patrick’s Day party suggestions.
Throw a St. Patrick’s Day Virtual Party
If you are not sure what to do, throw a virtual St. Patrick’s Day party. If you and your guests are concerned about the safety of an in-person meeting, there are several solutions available to make your online event memorable. Throwing a virtual party is easy with applications like Zoom and FaceTime, and it is a terrific way to bring a large number of people together. Book virtual entertainment to make everyone feel as if they are in the same place.
Garland of shamrocks
Decorate your front entrance with a St. Patrick’s Day garland. To begin, buy a grapevine garland to use as the foundation. This can be found at your nearest art supply store. Decorate the garland with emerald-green flowers after that. Include some Bells of Ireland, as this plant is associated with good fortune. Using the petals, weave them through the grapevine until the garland is entirely packed. Voila! You’ve just finished making your own garland. To greet your guests at the celebration, place it on your door.
Play traditional Irish music
To make the perfect playlist for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration combines songs by The Cranberries, U2, The Dubliners, and other popular Irish bands. If you don’t want to go through all the trouble and just want to get straight to business, then you can search Irish music for your St. Patrick’s Day playlist on Spotify if you prefer a ready-made playlist to listen to on repeat. Music has the power to make the party more lively and engaging. So, don’t miss out on this key element.
Cocktails made in Ireland
It’s not a St. Patrick’s Day party without some Irish whiskey. A traditional Irish cocktail dating back to 1927 will certainly dazzle your guests. Drinks and cocktails can lighten the environment and your guests’ moods. Do not skip out on this one. There is a famous cocktail made with Irish whiskey, orange curate, maraschino, and a splash of absinthe and Angostura bitters for an added kick. Using this famous cocktail and finishing it with a lime wedge or a handful of olives as a topping will certainly make your party more enjoyable. Because this cocktail is sugary at the end, it goes nicely with salty appetizers.