St. David’s Day

St. David’s Day is on March 1st and celebrates the Patron Saint of Wales, St. David. This is a day to mark Wales and Welsh culture. There are many parades held with the largest being in Cardiff where it is perfect to wave a Wales Hand Held Flag and concerts are held in pubs and clubs. School concerts also take place where singing is the main focus and children often wear traditional costumes. The national symbols of Wales are leeks and daffodils and these pinned onto clothes.

Wales Polyester Hand Held Flag                                         Wales Table Flag with Stick and Base


You do not have to be in Wales to enjoy the festivities of St. David’s Day. There are Welsh Food Festivals held and many restaurants offer Welsh menus. Whether you are commemorating this day by having a Welsh themed party or going to a pub, bar or restaurant we have great Welsh themed party products to add to the atmosphere. Welsh Flags are the perfect way to start, we have different sizes to suit your venue and needs and our flag range also includes a Welsh Table Flag which make ideal table decorations and a Hand Held Flag. Wales Bunting is always a popular choice to put up at a Welsh Party as are Inflatable Hands which are always good fun. A Wales Decorating Kit which includes paper garlands, fans and balls among other products is suitable for any venue and looks impressive when all put up to add to the mood of the occasion.

Wales Decorating Kit                                                             Inflatable Hand - Wales


It is not too late to order your St. David’s Day party supplies from us; our delivery options also include a next day service for any last minute orders.

Wales/Welsh Flag 3ft x 2ft

How will you be spending St. David’s Day? We would love to hear from you.


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