Your kids don’t have to chase any rainbows this year instead I brought their pots of gold to the table! Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day: The Kid Friendly Edition
How to successfully set a kids table for St. Patty’s Day? Start with candy! I used these milk chocolate gold coins.
I made black cauldron cutouts and attached them at the center of black dessert plates. Leaving just enough space to visibly fill the tops of the plates with the coins for a cute pot of gold place setting.
My backdrop decor was simple since I didn’t want to take away from the tablescape. I simply attached green four leaf clover mylar balloons to the wall.
I also made four leaf clover cutouts to use as
coasters since you have to have a cold brew or two for St. Patty’s Day.
But how do you make cold beer for children? You don’t actually of course! You create a mock-tail that looks like the real deal!
I found these cute mini clear acrylic beer mugs. Perfect for tiny hands and reusable too. I filled them about half way with chilled Motts Apple juice then added whipped cream at the top for a fraught-like appearance. Tada, you’ve just make a cold faux brew!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Cheers🍻