Celebrate the Luck of the Irish with this beautiful St. Patrick’s tablescape! Get inspired by our ideas and tips for making your table look amazing.
Add some festive flair to your table this St. Patrick’s Day with these simple tips!
Get inspired by this beautiful St. Patrick’s tablescape with vintage touches and plenty of green! Perfect for entertaining friends and family.
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March 17th is almost here and that means it’s time to get celebrating!
St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect opportunity to throw a fun bash and decorate your home with vibrant greens, beautiful flowers, and all kinds of other festive decorations.
One of the best ways to bring this holiday together in style is by creating a stunning tablescape – so if you’re looking for inspiration on how to do exactly that – you’ve come to the right place!
In this blog post, I’ll be sharing my ideas of putting together an eye-catching St. Patricks Day table setting that will turn even ordinary meals into memorable occasions.
So let’s get started!
Today, I am sharing How to Make a Beautiful St. Patrick’s Tablescape.
Come on, I’ll show you.
Are you ready to turn up the charm for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration?
If so, there is no better way to add some festive flair than by creating a beautiful and unique tablescape!
Imagine the anticipation of guests seeing your stunning display before digging into their favorite Irish dishes — an inspiring array of colors, textures, and decorations that will transport them over the rainbow and straight onto a one-of-a-kind Aladdin’s carpet ride through Emerald Isle.
Lucky for you, with just a few simple touches here and there (and maybe even some glitter) it won’t be too hard to assemble something undeniably eye-catching – read on below as we show you how!
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Creating a beautiful St. Patrick’s Day tablescape doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming.
With the right ideas, materials, and attention to detail, you can easily make an eye-catching arrangement that will get your guests in the festive spirit!
In this blog post, we’ll share our top tips for creating a St. Patrick’s Day tablescape that is both memorable and stylish.
From choosing the right green and gold décor pieces to arranging them in interesting ways, you won’t want to miss out on all of these great tricks for crafting an unforgettable setup!
You will need: a stained glass window pane, a moss table runner, green cabbage charger plates, green cabbage dinner plate, white cabbage salad plates, small cabbage bowl, wine glasses, water glasses, large silver urn with white orchids, small urn with greenery, boxwood wreath, moss, green bound books, large fern. in a large urn planter, a small cauldron, glitter gold coins, green and white striped ribbon, silverware, a faux cabbage, a basket of pink geraniums and english ivy.
With the hopes of warm sunny weather right around the corner, I decided to create my St Patrick’s Day tablescape in the greenhouse and give it a vintage garden feel.
I shopped my home for all things green and headed out to the greenhouse.
I started by leaning a vintage leaded glass window pane in the window sill to give the tablescape more character.
I linked a new leaded glass window above.
How Do I Make a Beautiful St. Patrick’s Tablescape?
I thought that using a moss table runner would make a great base for my St Patrick’s Day Tbalescpe, and I am so glad that I chose it.
Next, I gathered a large vintage urn with a faux fern in it and placed it along the right side of the table setting.
I used a vintage silver urn with white orchids for yet more character and the feel of a garden setting.
Along with a small vintage urn with faux rosemary and a super cute leprechauns hat vase filled with fresh flowers.
The leprochauns hat vase is made from scrapbook paper, black grosgrain ribbon and some gemstone strips from the dollar store.
Who doesn’t love the cabbage dishware collection from Bordallo Pinheiro?
Aren’t the so perfect for this table setting?
Creating a St. Patrick’s Day tablescape is an exciting and creative way to honor the holiday and get your guests into a celebratory mood.
Whether you opt for traditional green and gold decorations or interesting centerpieces, these tablescape tips will certainly come in handy when designed the perfect setup for your upcoming gathering.
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We hope you found this blog post helpful in crafting your unique St. Patrick’s Day tablescape design.
Have a great time creating something special that will make St. Patrick’s Day more memorable than ever before!
I used my green cabbage charger plates, topped with the green cabbage dinner plates.
Then I topped it with the white cabbage salad plate.
I save any pices of faux greenery that has fallen off of a swag or arrangement, then I use them to tuck into place settings or vignettes.
Here I used sprigs of fern fronds on top of the white cabbage plates.
It breaks up the white salad plate and the vintage white linen cloth napkin.
I love the green and white striped ribbon tied around the napkin.
It really ties it all together.
On the left side of the tablescape, I used a vintage basket filled with faux geraniums and English Ivy.
I used another small vintage urn with a fern tuckedinto on a stack of vintage books.
I also tucked in a boxwood wreath to add a bit more green.
I also used some of my vintage green garden tools.
I like using several types of moss scattered around the tablescape.
Now you can make your own stunning St. Patrick’s Day tablescape that will be the talk of the town!
With a bit of creativity and some imagination, you can create something truly special and unique for your gathering.
From finding the perfect accents to arranging everything to perfection, if you follow our tips, you’ll have everything it takes to make an unforgettable setup that’s sure to wow your guests!
So what are you waiting for?
Get creating right away!
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Create something wonderful this season and spread a little joy around with an elegant celebration worthy of any pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!
And, you just can’t have a St Patrick’s Day tablescape without the pot of gold!
It’s such a fun finishing touch.
You don’t have to stick to the same old traditional design to make it special.
With these fun ideas, you can craft something totally unique and beautiful that’s sure to leave a lasting impression.
So don’t be afraid to get creative, go bold with color, add sparkle and shine – anything from emerald-green glasses to luxe gold accents is sure to win over precisely what you’re hoping for!
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Today, I am joining a great group of ladies all sharing their creative ideas for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Be sure to check out each of the posts below.
A huge “Thank You” to Debbee from Debee’s Buzz for hosting this blog hop.
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Next on the list is Rita from Panoply. Be sure to check out her creative ideas.
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Irish Ancestry: Genealogy, DNA & Visiting Ireland Debbees Buzz
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Pot of Gold & Rainbow Tablescape Mantle and Table
Decorating for St. Patrick’s Day Vintage Style Gal
Dollar Tree Monogram Shamrock Pillow Life as a Leo Wife
Casual, Rustic St. Patrick’s Day Table Me and My Captain
Shamrocks and Gold Life and Linda
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