Dress in green clothes you already own
Why not save yourself time and money and wear something green that you already own in your wardrobe? It is the eco-friendliest way to dress green, as less consumption means less waste. If you must shop for a verdant hue, then support one of the many fashion brands that manufacture responsibly, keeping nature in mind.
Eat Bright Green Dishes
Instead of buying packaged party snacks and add more waste to the landfills, why not get rewarded with the luck of the Irish for being planet-friendly by serving organic veggies and grass-fed beef raised locally near you. That way, both you and your guests will know exactly where your food has come from. We suggest using lots of green vegetables if you want your meal to be green in color.
Drink Green Organic Beer
It is not a perfect St. Patrick's Day party unless there is green-colored beer. While most people will throw some food coloring in their beverages, take it a step further and making something organic. To make green beer extra green, try natural ingredients: wheatgrass juice, spirulina powder, and organic food dyes made only with plant extracts to turn any light-colored beer green.
Green and eco-friendly all around
The staple color of St. Patrick's Day is green. Incorporate this color into all aspects of your decorations to transform your party into an Irish celebration. But avoid purchasing plastic decor. Instead, go for decorations made from metal or cloth that you can reuse at next year's shamrock shindig. Or add a little more green to your home with a few potted flowers or plants (shamrocks and clover are always appropriate at this time of year). You can also reuse your green LED Christmas lights instead of buying new decorative party lights.
Get outside and plant something green
It may not be quite warm enough to get the shovels in the ground yet, but it is starting to look and feel a lot like spring. Do a little planting or gardening in your yard. It is eco-friendly, and it adds a little more green to your property. Those who live in areas covered with ice or snow can always do a little indoor gardening.
Use waste-free tableware
When you are hosting a party, you certainly don't want to serve food to your guests on flimsy plastic plates. They cannot be recycled, thus causing harm to the environment. No leprechaun ever left a pot of gold sitting in a landfill, so go for biodegradable and compostable dinnerware and flatware that will exceed all your expectations in terms of design and environmental safety. High-quality disposable plates not only look beautiful and elegant, but they are completely practical, and all while helping the environment. At Eco Party Warehouse, we only use organic materials to make our beautiful tableware. Our natural birch wood, sugarcane bagasse, and palm leaf plates, trays, bowls, knives, spoons, and forks will add a sense of style to your green party and are easy to dispose of - simply put them in the composter or store for another day.