Saturday, February 23, 2019

A Fun St Patrick's Day Tablescape

Hi Friends,
Sorry I have been MIA here on the blog lately.  I hope you know that I'm usually posting over on Instagram much more regularly so be sure to click on the link on my sidebar if you want to see what I'm up to.

  I am back here today to share this fun St Patrick's Day tablescape I've put together for this year's Irish celebration.

My inspiration began with the centerpiece.

I took three of these green pots of faux plants and placed them at different intervals down the center of the table.

Two black pots I had on hand were filled with chocolate gold coins and set beside the greenery.

Instead of using a table runner, the centerpiece items were all set inside two white serving dishes.

The center greenery pot was placed on a white pedestal.

Little green shamrocks from the Dollar Store were taped on to the pots.

Taper candles in gold candleholders add a lovely ambiance to the table.

Here's how the centerpiece looks all placed together.

The place settings were done in gold, black and green.

I created placecard holders out of these little black pots.

They are actually necklaces that I picked up at the Dollar Store. Depending on your crowd, it may be fun to have your guests put them on during dinner. :)

I wrote the names on them with a gold marker that is meant for glassware so it washes off. Some chocolate coins were added.

The gold flatware was placed inside the ribbon holding the napkins.

I added a little green beer mug to the ribbon for added decoration.

A pot of gold coin chocolates were set beside each place setting as a treat for the guests.

Of course, the glassware was in the form of beer you like your beer to be green on St Patrick's Day? :)

A green and white buffalo check tablecloth provides the backdrop for the table decor.

The back of the chairs were given a green touch with some faux boxwood wreaths tied with ribbons.

Being a wee bit Irish, I always like to decorate for St Patrick's Day.

Now that my table setting is all planned out, I should think about who to invite and what to serve for the upcoming celebration.

Do you do anything special for St Patrick's Day?

If so, I hope I've provided some inspiration for a tablescape or maybe just some fun decorations.  

Thanks for visiting!

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  1. Just found your blog as I was looking for sideboard inspiration. Love yours! Can you share where you got it?


  2. This is really cute...well done!!@

  3. I love this tabblescape! Happy St. Patrick's Day, Kippi #kippiathome

  4. How fun! Love all the different greeens and details! The green wreaths on the chairs are really cute!

  5. Such a bright and festive table, love it! Those little green beer mugs had me just laughing. Those are to flipping cute!!

  6. Cheery and festive! Whomever you invite will surely be ready to celebrate. Did you use jadeite bowls and plates?

    Sandra @ Dinner at Eight

  7. Oh my this table is fun. Love all the little details of decor.

  8. This is such a pretty tablescape! Very creative!

  9. So fun with such sweet details! I have shared this in my Tablescapes and Tablestyling FB group and featured one of your photos at the top of the page this week! Thanks for always sharing at Celebrate Your Story!

  10. Very nice. I love the black, green, and gold. I really appreciate all the small touches you’ve added to the tablescape as well.

  11. I forgot to mention in my previous comment- you should link up at www.lovemylittlecottage for Funtastic Friday, if you have the time to add one more party. I love to see decorative dishes used in centerpieces!

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  13. So adorable and pretty at the same time, Lori. Thanks for sharing at Homestyle Gathering. Love having you there!

  14. Love your tablescape Lori, and thanks for linking up with our Celebrate Your Story! You have done an amazing job with St. Patrick's Day tablescape! I chose your tablescape as one of my featured posts from last week, so be sure to stop in at about 8 p.m. (tonight when we go live) to see yours featured.
    Thanks for linking up.
    Kari @ Me and My Captain


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