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Hi friends! I’m so excited to finally share my St. Patrick’s Day Party… from last year! This party was so colorful and easy to put together with only a few decorations and a little DIY. I’m sharing all the details and the free printables below.
Leprechaun Loot St. Patrick’s Day Party
DIY Rainbow Party Backdrop
First, I started by picking up a selection of colorful plastic table cloths from Dollar Tree. Unfortunately they didn’t have orange like my printable, so I swapped it out with pink. No problem!
You’ll want to bunch up each of the table cloths a bit and then tape them at the top in a line. I used blue painter’s tape, to protect the wall. Don’t worry, you’re going to cover the tape, so use as much as you need to secure each table cloth.
I love these jumbo glitter shamrock cutouts, which I used in my Lucky You St. Patrick’s Day Party. If you’re familiar with my parties, you’ll know I love to reuse party decorations, saving budget and space in my home. Tape these over the top of the table cloths to hide the blue tape.
Leprechaun Loot Cupcakes
Keep it simple with some cupcakes. I used some printables to create cupcake toppers, and they also make great favor tags.
Adding an 8×10″ sign is a cheap and easy way to tie in your theme.
Leprechaun Drink station
Aren’t these little leprechaun cups from Oriental Trading so cute? Sadly, I don’t think they are still available for sale, but they have lots of other options, like these rainbow cups great for kids or go with some green drink mugs for the adults.
I love paper straws and drink stirrers to add a little extra pizazz. I used the straw flags from my Lucky You party. You can snag those free printables here. Don’t forget to say “Cheers” in Gaelic with a Sláinte 4×6″ printable sign. Pop it into my favorite IKEA frame.
Easy St. Patrick’s Day Mantel
My mantel doesn’t have a lot of space to decorate, and we have a tv over it, so I kept it simple by hanging this adorable banner from Sweet Georgia Sweet. It’s high quality material that will last for years.
I draped some faux boxwood garland along the top, and added a little sign in a gold spray painted frame to complete my look.
There you have it! An easy and fun St. Patrick’s Day Party that only takes about 20 minutes to set up.
Download the Free Leprechaun Loot Party Printables
The Leprechaun Loot party printable set includes an 8×10″ sign, (2) 4×6″ signs, and some 2.5×2.5″ tags that can be used as cupcake toppers or favor tags.
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If you are needing more inspiration or inexpensive party supplies, be sure to check out this list of St. Patrick’s Day party supplies on Amazon Prime.