DIY St. Patty’s Day Party

DIY St. Patty's Day

A holiday like St. Patty’s Day is always a great excuse to go out with your best group of friends and have few rounds of beer and bar food. It’s also a good time to finally throw that party you secretly have been wanting to have. Trade out your red solo cups for green and invite the crew over for a DIY St. Patty’s Day Party.

Take your DIY St. Patty’s Day Party to the next level!

Drink Ideas

Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee is a super simple drink that is always a crowd pleaser. Just mix coffee with either Jameson or Bailey’s, if you want a creamier flavor, and enjoy. It’s a must drink on this Irish Holiday and tastes even better topped with whipped cream.

Irish Hammer

If you’re party needs a few shots to get things going, an Irish Hammer is the perfect choice. Mix Jack Daniel’s, Irish Mint, and Bailey’s together for a strong, but smooth shot with a creamy flavor everyone will like.

Leprechaun Mimosa

Because St. Patty’s Day is a celebration, champagne should most definitely be involved. To make your glass of bubbly festive, top it with Midori Melon for the perfect green color and fruity taste.


This beer is a no brainer and is on display at almost every grocery store now in preparation for the holiday. You won’t get the same experience from this beer out of a bottle that you would straight from the tap, but it still tastes great and is perfect for St. Patty’s Day.

Game Ideas

Bobbing For Marshmallows

We all know the popular Halloween game Bobbing for Apples, but it’s time to spin it for St. Patty’s Day. Fill a few cereal bowls with Lucky Charms and make each player see how many marshmallows they can grab with just their mouths in a minute or two.

Potato Bowling

Use sealed water bottles for the pins and a potato for the bowling ball and see who can get the most strikes. You might need a little bit of leprechaun luck and good aim for this one.

Decoration Ideas

Four Leaf Clover Wreath

This one is super simple, but is the perfect greeting for all your guests and will be the first thing they see. Just cut out a bunch of four leaf clovers in different shades of green and glue them together is a circle. Attach a string or just hang it on a command strip to welcome your friends.

Pots of Gold

Paint a small flower pot green with some gold glitter and fill it with chocolate coins. This is a cute center piece for tables and is a great snack.


For more St. Patty’s Day plans, check out St. Patty’s Day In The Bay and An Irish Date Night.

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