To deck out your entire family in colours that celebrate one of Irelands favourite saints, choose our St Patricks Day promotional products. Exciting items of all sizes are available below, which mirror your energy and enthusiasm around celebrating Irish history with family and friends in March.
Prepare for St. Patrick’s Day by purchasing customizable merchandise from EverythingBranded bound to catch the eye of new and existing customers while celebrating the life of one of Ireland's favourite saints!
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• The largest St. Patrick’s Day parade takes place in America! New York City hosts the biggest St. Patrick’s Day parade each year which also happens to be the world’s oldest civilian parade.
• Green wasn’t originally associated with St. Patrick’s Day! It wasn’t until the Irish rebellion in 1798 that the colour green became associated with St. Patrick’s Day before the rebellion it used to be blue.
• Saint Patrick’s original name was ‘Maewyn Succat’ but he changed it to ‘Patricius’ after choosing to become a priest.
• According to Irish legend, Saint Patrick used the iconic shamrock as a metaphor for the Holy Trinity when first introducing Christianity into Ireland! • Pubs within Ireland used to be closed on St. Patrick’s Day! It wasn’t until the bank of holiday act of 1903 that marked the move as religious respect was repealed in the 1970s that pubs were allowed to be opened once again on St. Patrick’s Day.
• Saint Patrick was once a slave, at the young age of 16 Saint Patrick was kidnapped by a group of Irish pirates and taken to work in Ireland as a slave. He later escaped and fled back to Roman Britain where he was born before making his way back to Ireland as a Christian missionary.