Saint Patrick’s Day is March 17th. This annual cultural and religious celebration commemorates the death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Éire, who ministered the arrival of Christianity into Irish society around fifth century AD.
In addition to giftware, flowers, decorations, costumes, & ornaments, 7 million wholesale units of Saint Patrick’s Day greeting cards are sold within the United States celebrating this important date of Irish culture. St. Paddy’s Day is one of those special occasions that every citizen, man, woman, child, young & old, especially if you’re from an Irish community, look forward to celebrating all year round. Greetings galore, on this mini season, they enjoy themselves, celebrate, & pay their respect.
It’s also seasonably profitable as many bricks & mortar retailers can testify.
With consumers, Saint Patricks’ Day greeting cards are delivered face to face or you can post it.
On St. Patty’s Day families can find an excuse to get out the house….
Special events for St. Patrick’s Day include Irish parades, an Irish festival, Irish theme movies viewing from AMC, visit friends, Church services, & go shopping.
… or instead, they can stay indoors. You can relax, sit on your Lazy-Boy, read magazines, newspapers & appreciate all those Saint Patrick’s Day greeting cards you’ve received.
Everything’s gone green. That’s all folks wear, drink, & eat.
Those who celebrate these festivities, usually do so wearing shamrocks, wear green apparel, green top hats, wear Leprechaun costumes, drink green beer, drink Irish beer brands such as such as Guinness, drink Jameson Irish whiskey, brew Irish coffee, wear lucky charms, eat green cupcakes, read Green Lantern comics, plus there’s always an enthusiastic exchange of Saint Patrick’s Day greeting cards.
These days, modern times, Irish theme films such as Leprechaun, Leprechaun 2, Waking Ned Devine, In the Name of the Father & others can be found playing on the family entertainment center. Music fans can listen to traditional Irish music such as Danny Boy, Celtic music, or modern alternative Irish music such as U2, The Pogues, Flogging Molly, Young Dubliners, Dropkick Murphy’s, The Wake, & Craic Haus.
All these make popular gift ideas suitably gift wrapped with St. Paddy ‘s Day greeting cards attached.
That’s until … the gathering of an annual family feast.
In addition to gift shops, party stores, … grocery stores get busy too.
Families put their St. Patrick’s Day greeting cards on the mantel piece as they enjoy a meal of Corned Beef & Cabbage, Irish Beef Stew, or Irish Potato soup. Get your recipe book out now! Food coloring too!!!
Popular Saint Patrick’s Day greetings themes this year include Magic, four leaf clovers, Pot o’ Gold, Rainbow, Luck of the Irish, Kiss me I’m Irish, green top hats, … all with sentiments of goodwill, health, & friendship.
All wholesale St. Patrick’s Day greeting cards represent high quality print, high quality paper stock, vivid green design, meaningful sentiment, English language, & sold as wholesale units of 6 cards with envelopes. Title finders included. An assortment of six designs of wholesale St. Patrick’s Day greeting cards is also available.
Minimum order on InterGreeet.com is $80 (USD), with additional discounts starting at $100 (view promotions page), so make sure you add these popular greetings as part of your next order. They make ideal ordering complements with Valentine’s Day, & Easter seasons or even everyday occasions such as birthday, sympathy, get well, encouragement, anniversary & thank you cards.
They’re profitable for retailers, especially those who conduct business within Irish communities or who celebrate this important religious Feast of St. Patrick around the world.
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