St Patrick's Day trending products curated by Causeway Bazaar

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St Patrick's Day, Pat's Day or Paddy's Day - whatever you call it you'll always get a warm welcome celebrating the island of Ireland's patron saint! 

Get ready to embrace the luck of the Irish with our exclusive sneak peek into the top trending items for St. Patrick's Day 2025! Whether you're planning to hit the grandest parades, engage in cosy pub gatherings, or host the ultimate at-home celebration, our carefully curated list ensures you'll be perfectly equipped for every shamrock-covered occasion. We’re bringing you the freshest, most sought-after products, so dive in to make sure your St. Patrick's Day is not just lucky, but also on-trend and unforgettable!


Green Leprechaun Hat with Ginger beard - Perfect for an Irish Party or St Patrick's Day

Green Leprechaun Hat with Beard 

Get ready to turn heads and charm the crowds this St. Patrick's Day with this deluxe green velvet top hat, complete with its own cheeky ginger beard! 🍀

Perfect for football fanatics, rugby enthusiasts, and Olympic supporters alike, it's not just a hat—it's your new lucky charm, a statement piece that says, "I'm here to celebrate in full Irish flair!"

With a one-size-fits-most design, it's perfect for both the young and young at heart (aged 14+). Don't just wear the green this St. Paddy's Day; become the embodiment of the festive spirit with a novelty gift that keeps on giving – laughter, joy, and maybe a pinch of leprechaun mischief. Safety? Checked! Fun? Double-checked! Make this St. Patrick's Day unforgettable with a touch of green velvet and a splash of ginger magic! 🎩✨

Two Green Leprechaun Gnomes perfect for an Irish Gift or St Patrick's Day Decoration

Green Leprechaun Gnome Duo

Dive into the magic of St. Patrick's Day with these enchanting gnomes! Designed in the style of a Swedish Tomte, a little figure steeped in western folklore known to sprinkle good luck and wealth wherever it goes. We are loving the Irish twist!

Handcrafted with the utmost care from soft, reliable felt and cosy knitted fabric, and featuring a silky, artificial fibre faux fur beard, this gnome is not just a decoration; it's a cuddly symbol of festivity that’s as exquisite as it is cute.

 Whether perched on your desk, nestled on the sofa, or brightening up the bookcase, this delightful gnome brings the fresh, green vibrancy of St. Patrick's Day to life in your home, making every corner a testament to the luck and prosperity of the season.

Green St Patrick's Day Costume by I Love Fancy Dress

Green St Patrick's Day Costume by I Love Fancy Dress

Ready to be the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? This unisex St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun Costume is your ticket to embodying the spirit of Ireland's most whimsical holiday! 🍀 This is your VIP pass to the land of luck and laughter. With a classic green top hat adorned with a shiny buckle, you'll tip your hat to style and tradition all in one. But wait, there's more sparkle! The sequin tailcoat and bowtie are here to ensure you're not just attending the party; you're bringing the party!

 Whether you're dancing a jig, marching in a parade, or simply showing off your Irish spirit, this costume is your guarantee to shine brighter than a rainbow this St. Patrick's Day. 🌈✨


St Patrick's Day FAQ
(Frequently Asked Questions)

Who was St Patrick?

Saint Patrick is one of Ireland's patron saints, known for spreading Christianity throughout Ireland during the fifth century. Born in Roman Britain in the late 4th century, he was kidnapped at the age of 16 and taken to Ireland as a slave. He later escaped, but returned to Ireland as a missionary after experiencing a religious conversion and becoming a bishop. Although many of the stories associated with him are likely the product of centuries of storytelling, his influence on Irish cultural identity is undeniable. 

Despite the many legends, Patrick's own writings, such as the "Confessio" and the "Letter to the soldiers of Coroticus," provide the most reliable insight into his life and mission.

Why is the Shamrock associated with Ireland?

Saint Patrick is credited with using the three-leaf shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) to the Irish people, which has made the shamrock a lasting symbol of St. Patrick's Day.

When is St Patrick's Day celebrated?

St Patrick's Day, also known by various names such as Saint Patrick's Day, St Pat's or Paddy's Day is celebrated annually on March 17th, the supposed date of his death. The date has become a worldwide celebration of Irish culture known as St. Patrick's Day and is marked by parades, wearing of green attire, public celebrations and sharing family connections to Ireland.

What do people drink on St Patrick's Day?

Oh, St. Patrick’s Day – when rivers run green and so do the drinks! 🍀 On this day, folks embrace the luck of the Irish with an array of beverages that could make a leprechaun dance.

First up, the iconic pint of Guinness – dark, creamy, and as essential to the day as wearing green. Not a fan of stout? No worries! Many clink glasses of Irish whiskey, neat or with a splash of water, to warm hearts and spirits. For those with a taste for something lighter, green beer (yes, it’s just regular beer with food coloring, but oh-so-fun!) floods the pubs and parties, turning every sip into a festive celebration.

Let’s not forget the Irish coffee, a delightful blend of coffee, whiskey, sugar, and cream, perfect for toasting to good health and happiness. And for those who prefer their celebrations sans alcohol, sparkling shamrock punch – a mix of lemon-lime soda and lime sherbet – offers a sweet, fizzy alternative that’s just as spirited. So, raise your glass, mug, or cup and let’s toast to St. Patrick’s Day, where the drinks are as vibrant and varied as the people who enjoy them! 🍻🌈

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