Are you looking for cute and simple St. Patrick’s Day party ideas to entertain your best gal friends? This pink and green party is sure to bring you lots of fun and luck!
My two favorite colors are green and pink, so I decided to use this as the color inspiration for this St. Patty's party setup.
Party fans always make a great backdrop. I wanted to add some hot pink to the backdrop but I didn't have the right color pink decor, so I just used some round plates left over from the table setting. Cute, right?!? I then added the four-leaf clovers and horseshoes garland to finish it off.
This St. Patrick’s Day place setting starts with a pretty green with gold shamrock placemat (card stock) I found at Hobby Lobby. Scrapbook or pattern paper is a cheap way to add style to your table setting.
The hot pink plate is actually pink and white gingham, but I wanted to use just the solid pink, so I turned the plate over. Then added the lucky four-leaf clover dessert plate, hot pink striped napkin, and finished it off with an ornate plastic gold fork. Voilà! Simple and pretty!
This party setup includes some easy but cute sweet treats that coordinate with the party colors. I bought the prepackaged Rice Krispies treats and used an edible color mist by Wilton to get the pink and green colored treats. I then added a lollipop stick and tied a bow with the shamrock ribbon.
Gold chocolate coins are always fun to use as decor for a St. Patrick's Day theme. I used these to fill the space on this platter but also down the center of the table.
How cute and yummy looking are these chocolate chip cookie sandwiches! I bought a package of mini chocolate chip cookies from the local grocery bakery and added Betty Crocker colored icing in the party colors. Simple, cute and tasty too!
I purchased the cupcakes with green shamrock sprinkles from a local bakery and added the pink candy and die cut shamrock toppers. I liked the gold liners, so I left as is for the display. I wanted more pink, so I used one of the hot pink plates on the mint green glass cake stand.
My favorite brand cookies to use for the holidays is Lofthouse. These shamrock shortbread cookies are cute and taste so buttery good! I added the pink candy on the mint green cake stand and then placed the cookies on top.
I thought these lime flavored Perrier drinks worked perfectly for this table setting. The green glass bottles scream St. Patrick's Day and the hot pink striped straw tied on with the green shamrock ribbon add to the overall theme.
Every party needs a party favor for guests to take home. These Leprechaun pots of gold are simple to make and work perfectly for a party favor or use as a place card. You just need to add the names to the suckers.
You can get the mini black plastic cauldrons from a party store, add some chocolate gold coins, wrap in cellophane and tie with shamrock ribbon and insert the sucker. So cute!
What is your favorite color scheme for St. Patrick's Day? Are you green only or do you add other colors?
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