Everything You Need For a St. Patrick's Day Party

St. Patrick's Day is a time to celebrate with our mates and drink a lot of beer. It's all about having a good time while trying to take in the luck of the Irish. So, here are all the items you need if you're throwing a St. Patrick's Day party.



Zero Lucks Given St. Patricks Day Lucky Irish T-Shirt

The best St. Patty's stories begin with the best t-shirts, and end by a pot of gold. Okay, maybe not that last part. In a sea of "Kiss Me I'm Irish" stand out and make a statement with "Zero Lucks Given."

$16.97

St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Party Favors Set

What's a party without party favors? The best parties have necklaces, or glasses, or little hats to remind you of the time you had. Those things that you will find in the back of your closet two years later and still won't throw out because even though it's garbage, you had the best night.

This set includes fake tattoos, shamrock glasses, plastic bracelets, fake mustaches, and the classic bead necklace.

$15.99

St. Patrick's Day Decorations

Decorations can make or break a celebration. You don't want to have a Christmas party decorated as a rodeo, right?

These decorations scream "I came to paint the town green!" And that is exactly what you are looking for. You just need a table with soda bread and St. Patrick's Day desserts and you're all set.

$15.95

Guinness Gravity Pint Glass (2 Pack)

Is there anything more iconic to the Irish than a glass of Guinness during this celebration? No, there isn't.

$12.99

Irish Drinking Team Socks

Your whole outfit should portray a readiness for fun. I think these socks are the perfect accessory to subtly imply you're the fun friend. Or, you can get them for the whole friend group. In which case you would all be the fun group people are dying to hang out with.

$12.99

St. Patrick's Day Beer Mug Bead Necklace 

Yes, it is all about the beer today. But, you'd be lying if you said you weren't taking a couple of shots. We found a compromise.

These necklaces are perfect for shots, but they are shaped like beer mugs. Best of both worlds.

$12.96

Fun Express St. Patrick's Day Beer Belt 

Traditionally, St. Patty's Day includes bar hopping. You have to make things as easy to carry as possible. This is the perfect belt to keep your beer safe. Although you should probably finish that before going into the pub.

$12.29

St Patrick’s Day Green Irish Shamrock Hats 

These hats are a classic. Frat boys have worn these for generations and will wear them for generations to come. It's only fair that you keep the tradition alive and make sure you purchase these shamrock hats.

$14.95

Silver-Tone Dried Leaves Lucky 4-Leaf Clover Round Glass Locket Pendant Necklace

Four-leaf clovers are said to bring the luck of the Irish to anyone who possesses them. Some people could use a little bit of luck. This beautiful necklace can be worn any day of the year.

P.S: They also have necklaces with a lot of other natural plants that would look amazing as a collection so make sure you click on the links to the retailer sites.

$8.98

Kiss Me I'm Irish T-Shirt Saint Patrick Day Gift Shirt T-Shirt

There is nothing wrong with sticking with a classic. There is a reason why out of all the editorially chosen products purchased, this is still the number one shirt used today. It's funny, and will probably inspire your crush to kiss you... because you're Irish.

I'm actually not sure if that works. If wearing this t-shirt has worked as a pickup line on anyone please contact me. I have questions.

$16.95

I know we want to be safe and can't really organize a giant party at the moment. Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, most pubs are closed, and we can't gather in large groups of people. That doesn't mean we can't celebrate a classic Irish patty day. Maybe do a virtual party?

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