Toast to good luck and pots of gold—it’s time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! Customize one of our online St. Patrick’s Day party invites to summon your liveliest friends and get ready for a day of green-tinted fun.
Between drinking green-colored beverages, donning top hats, wearing green clothing, and decorating with shamrocks, there’s no shortage of ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and show your appreciation for all things Irish. Depending on where you live, there may be public parades or festivals where you can get a first-hand experience of Irish culture like a cèilidh—a traditional social gathering where dancing and Gaelic folk music takes place.
If there aren’t any events scheduled for you to attend, do one even better—plan your own St. Patrick’s Day party! Use our online party invitations and start scheming up a luck-filled shindig.
Anything referencing green will be an obvious home run, and gold foil accents are a popular choice as well. We offer digital St. Patrick’s Day invitations that feature stationery-inspired designs and loads of personality. With our online platform, customize your invitations by choosing your font, colors, backdrop, and envelope liner. Use Blocks to add extra information that guests may need for your event, while keeping your invitation stylish and clutter-free.
For something less formal, our online St. Patrick’s Day Flyers deliver a playful and exuberant feel to your guests with GIFs, animated stickers, and text that bursts from the screen. If you’re not hosting a party but want to send lucky wishes to your nearest and dearest, check out our St. Patrick’s Day greeting cards.
An opening line with an Irish proverb or blessing is right on-target for a catchy and well-worded St.Patrick’s Day invitation or greeting card. Follow that with the need-to-know info like the location, date, time, and RSVP request. Slàinte (an Irish version of ‘cheers’) means health and is used when toasting drinks. It can make a great addition to your invitation, as in, “Join us for an evening of love and laughter and slàinte to luck in the future.”
Feel free to snag some suggestions directly from us and re-work one of the following popular Irish proverbs.