Throwing a St. Patrick’s Day Party : St. Patrick’s Day Party Attire

Throwing a St. Patrick’s Day Party : St. Patrick’s Day Party Attire


I also suggest having a variety of games at
your St. Patrick’s Day party, the easiest of which is is encouraging people to wear
green. Come in costume, I mean, I normally look like this, but a lot of other people
could have a good time at your St. Patrick’s Day party. There are things like, they can
have shamrock wands. They can be wearing absolutely crazy gaudy bow ties around their neck, no
problem, it’s like half as big as their head, and of course, they can also have their pots
of gold including nice like little chocolate medallions inside their green pots. There
is a bunch of things people can do, they can even just wear things around the house, perhaps
they have cut out gloves, or old green shirts, or even older green pants. Really the sky’s
the limit and it’s a great way to encourage your guests to dress up. I’ve seen all sorts
of crazy costumes over the years at St. Patrick’s Day parties. Once more, there’s that old game
when people -OW!- pinch you if you’re not wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day, this is
an automatic way to avoid that. You’re dressed up, you’re having a great time at the party.
What’s more you don’t have to worry about any body pinching you. This is not nearly
as much fun as some other holiday observances are. So definitely encourage your guests,
dress up, doesn’t have to be a costume, but it’s great if it’s green.

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