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Happy St. Patrick's Day Balloon product details:
Balloon Safety & Care: (1) The average vehicle holds about 24 inflated balloons and they're best stored in the back seat. (2) Balloons look their best at room temperature – keep them warm on cool days and cool on warm days. (3) Inhalation of helium can be harmful. Never breathe in helium. (4) Uninflated or broken balloons can create a choking hazard. Keep an eye on your little ones. (5) After your party properly dispose of uninflated balloons. (6) Do not release balloons into the air. Help keep balloons out of our waterways and powerlines.
Each year on March 17, the world goes green for St. Patrick’s Day. People wear green, choice beverages are turned green, and even famous landmarks, from New York to Tokyo, light up green in honor of this quintessentially Irish holiday. But you don’t need to be Irish, or religious, to join in the St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Paddy’s Day, as it’s affectionately called, is as much a celebration of life and the Irish spirit of optimism as it is a day to honor St. Patrick, the patron saint of the Emerald Isle. So on March 17, don your emerald finest, gather your friends and family, and raise a glass of green stuff to being alive and being together!
A Paddy's Day Toast
May you find your rainbow.May you reach the end.And see a patch o' shamrocks there,And a pot o’ gold therein!
The shamrock's known the world over as a symbol of good fortune and bringer of that fabled Irish luck. Spread the spirit of St. Paddy's Day with floating green clovers. Perhaps HappySt. Patrick's Day Shamrock Balloons will catch two leprechauns with one trap: spread good Irish cheer and legendary Irish luck.
Irish folklore has it that leprechauns hide gold at the end of rainbows to ensure no human plunders their hard-won cheated treasure. A pot o' gold display is not only an attractive decoration, it brings a piece of Paddy's Day lore to life.
Stay pinch proof at the pub — wear green, and lots of it! Paddy's Day costumes tend to be on the sillier side, but stylish is ok too, as long as your mood stays silly. Pro tip: coordinate costume styles before pub jumping with a group.
Whether you host a St. Pat's party or not, a decorative display looks great and may even bring your home a little luck of the Irish! It doesn't take much to create a fabulous display: a leprechaun, some shamrocks, and a pot o' gold is already going above and beyond.