Growing up in the Caribbean I did not hear a lot about St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. However, as time passed, and the world became truly a “global village”, island restaurants and hotels promoted more “St. Patty’s Day” themed events. Now living in Canada, I am surrounded and truly fascinated by food, drink, decor and types of events that have us all seeing green!
The origins of St. Patrick’s Day
Beginning as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day has now become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing and special foods. It is held on March 17th every year which is the traditional death date of Saint Patrick ( c. AD 385–461).
My search for St Patrick’s Day Party Ideas begins
I have to admit, I am a sucker for a great party. So I started my research on St Patrick’s Day party ideas. And there is no better place to start a party planning search than right on Pinterest!
I have so far discovered more than 10 party ideas which cover decor, food, drink, greeting cards, etc. Here are five of my favourites:
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(article and photo credit: Martha Stewart)
To find the other great St. Patty’s Day ideas I uncovered pop over to my “St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest Board“. And if there are some other related recipes, decorations, etc. that you know of please add a link to them in the comments section below and I will make sure and include in my Pinterest Collection.
Have a great St. Patrick’s Day my friends!
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