Kara's Party Ideas St. Patrick's Day Party! | Kara's Party Ideas

This wonderful St. Patricks Day Partywas submitted by
Nellie Design!
Photos taken by TSJ Photography.
What a great spread.
I love that she incorporated navy blue along with the obvious green!
In Nellie’s words…“With St. Patty’s Day right around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about throwing a par-tay! I mean, you don’t really have to be irish to party like it, right!? Take a peek at my new printable party for a festive St. Patty’s bash! This one is geared towards adults, but would be just as cute for a kid’s party! {Just omit the vodka from the jello “treats”!} I teamed up with my girl Tracie, of {tsj} photography, to provide some nice visuals for you all! {We had some fun in the process, check out her side of the story here!} Enjoy!”

Thanks for your submission, Nellie!
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Remember, you can purchase this party pack here!
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10 Comments
  1. Nellie Design says:

    Thank YOU so much for selecting! I LOVE your blog and all the amazing ideas that come through this place! :)

  2. Jen says:

    How fun! Love the printables!

  3. HiLLjO says:

    Lovey navy or gray as a combo color and this is no exception!

    Such fun pictures!!!

    Did you know that blue, not green, used to be St. Patrick's color?!

  4. jessica says:

    wow what a gorgeus party!love green and printables!!

  5. Callye says:

    This collection gave me heart flutters! I am SOOOOOOOOOOO inspired!!!

  6. Michelle says:

    Adorable!! Love it!

  7. Anna Rachel says:

    Blue and green, gorgeous and elegant. That is it!

  8. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) says:

    I agree with the others. The blue makes such a nice contrast to all the green! Very pretty party!

  9. PartyMom says:

    Very cute printables! Most of all, I absolutely adore the way those cupcakes were frosted…it's so different!

  10. Philippa says:

    It’s definitely Paddy’s day and NOT Patty’s day! :-) Please edit to make the irish folks happy!