Wednesday, February 26, 2014

ST. PATRICK’S DAY TABLESCAPES

I’m sharing my past St. Patrick’s Day Tablescapes.  Click on any picture to see the full post.

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2013

In 2013, hors devours were served on Depression glass plates and compotes.

I guess we didn’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in 2012, at least not at a table that I felt worthy of posting on my blog.

 

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2011

On this table, in 2011, I used my Wood and Sons Alpine White Ironstone.  Leprechauns hid in the faux grass centerpiece.

 

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2011

Shamrock covered Paper plates served food on the 2011 grandchildren’s table.

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2010

In 2010, we ate St. Patrick’s dinner on Ridgways Apple Blossom plates.

2009

Fitz and Floyd Country Plaid added color to the 2009 St. Patrick’s table.

On March 12th, Cuisine Kathleen will host her annual St. Patrick’s Blog Crawl.  Are you ready to crawl?

I’m glad you visited me today.  laurie

This post is partying at Let’s Dish Wednesday at Cuisine KathleenCenterpiece Wednesday at The Style Sisters, and Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.

19 comments:

ellen b. said...

Great St. Patty's Day tables, Laurie!

Sarah said...

Fun tables, Laurie. Each one would make St. Paddy's Day complete. ;-)

Patrica Ball Morrison said...

I just was thinking today it's almost time to get out the greens..

colonygal said...

Laurie - This is just what I needed to see - St. Patrick's Day table decorating inspiration! I am doing our Garden Club decor and you certainly helped get my ideas flowing over what I have already that I can use, and what I can add! Thanks!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

This may show up as a repeat - having problems leaving comments again. :/
All so pretty, but if had to pick a favorite it would be the one from 2013.
Looks like Winter reared its ugly head again.

Debbie said...

I think they are all so festive. My favorite is the 2013 table. I love the color green there and have been thinking about using a similar one for my table this year. (If I get it together in time to do it. )

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Your tables are beautiful - the only thing I have is green icing cookies I got today at Walmart. Have nothing green.
Love all the tables.
Mary

Cathy said...

I like! I like! Mary and I are in the same boat I have some green marshmallows. Guess I better get with it!

Cathy <;)

Celestina Marie Design said...

Laurie each and every table setting is an inspiration. You have so many great ideas and beautiful treasures to make your tablescapes special. I usually get out my few greens March 1st.
Have a great weekend.
Hugs!

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Laurie, that green depression glass makes me swoon! Loved seeing all of your tables!

thepaintedapron.com said...

Wow, you do celebrate St. Patricks day! I have never done a full table, and never even thought about it until last year~I think it's fun that the smaller holidays are now getting more attention and more decor is available in stores too. I love all your quirky vintage items, my favorite table is 2011, love the centerpiece and the napkins!
Jenna

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Wow Irish lad, you have such gorgeous inspiration for tablescapes even if we are not Irish, lol! I love them all and I'm getting ideas for my this year's St Pat's table. Thanks honey. Have a great day.
FABBY

Deborah Montgomery said...

Beautiful and so festive! You have quite a wonderful collection. I love your glass-fronted bookcase in the first picture.

Kim Hood said...

I enjoyed the tour very much, Laurie! My favorite things of all are the green flour chargers under the paper plates. Love those! I also noticed your prayer list in the sidebar. Why haven't I noticed before? Anyway, I love that you keep up with others who need prayer and update others this way!
Blessings!
Kim @ Curtain Queen Creates

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

That was fun to see your creative St. Patrick's Day tables. I have so little green - I need to improve that situation!

Lulu said...

I am so behind on holiday tables, perhaps because I just haven't been around enough to do them, so it's a treat to see what the rest of you creative people are doing.

tablescapesbybev said...

Love all of these! That shamrock tablecloth is wonderful...

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Laurie! You are surely the QUEEN of Tablescapes! All of these are WONDERFUL... Please come and do mine... I am not nearly as coordinated. :-)

Blessings to you!

Hugs,
Spencer

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Laurie! You are surely the QUEEN of Tablescapes! All of these are WONDERFUL... Please come and do mine... I am not nearly as coordinated. :-)

Blessings to you!

Hugs,
Spencer