A Festive St. Patrick’s Day Table Setting

Welcome to the 443rd Tablescape Thursday!

Gina put together the most wonderful tablescape for friends and family for St. Patrick’s Day! Oh, how I would love to be dining here!

 

Gina found the cute shamrock plates at Lillian Vernon several years ago. I’ve seen similar plates in HomeGoods and Marshalls around this time of year, so that’s another good place to look for them.

 

The salad plates are by Homer Laughlin and appear to still be in stock here: Fiesta Plates.

 

I love how delicate the little shamrock pattern is around the outer edge. The white dinner plates are French Country Rose by Christian Dior. I don’t think it’s still being made but I found some available here: French Country Rose.

 

I love this flatware! It’s so unique! I found it available here on sale 49% off: Celtic Crusader by Ginkgo. It’s totally tempting me to buy a set, would love to add this pattern to my collection. It would be beautiful in a Christmas table setting, too. Feels very festive!

 

Gina used cute photo holders at each place setting to hold the place cards. Such a great idea!

 

Love that cute leprechaun!

 

The Irish whisky is all set up and ready for party. There’s a sassy frog watching guard.

 

Gina will also have Irish coffee available for her guests. That will be so good with dessert!

 

I think I see the dessert dishes there to the left. Cute plates!

 

Thanks so much to Gina for sharing this delightful St. Patrick’s Day table with us! I love every single wonderful, whimsical detail!

If you’re looking for some additional inspiration for your St. Patrick’s Day tables, you’ll find additional St. Patrick’s Day tablescapes here: St. Patrick’s Day Tables.

 

St Patrick’s Day Table Source List

Metal Chargers ~ Homegoods (painted Forrest Green)
Green Shamrock shaped plates ~ Lillian Vernon, 3 yrs ago
Shamrock Edged Plates by Fiesta, HomerLaughlindotcom
White Dinner Plate~French Country Rose by Christian Dior
Shamrock Ramekins ~ Longaberger ~ Ebay
Shamrock Irish Coffee Mugs/saucers ~ Neiman Marcus, vintage
Green print dessert Plates ~ No name, Estate sale
Topiaries, Primping Frogs, Leprechauns ~ Hobby Lobby
Green Stemware, Steins, cordials ~ Vintage
Flatware ~ Celtic Crusader by Ginkgo
Placemats, Napkins ~ Food Network ~ Kohl’s
Napkin Rings ~ Bealls
Pea Pod S&P ~ Pier 1
Arrangement ~ Michaels Crafts
Photo holders used as Name card holders ~ Kohl’s

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Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing Gina’s St. Patrick’s Day table with us Susan! I especially love her flatware! ☘️

  2. What a fun table! She has some beautiful pieces. Love the leprechaun with the tall hat! That flatware is really great and I like the pretty green glass vases/candle holders! I love Bailey’s on ice- I’ll have to have some on Friday!

  3. Rose Mary Lee says:

    Love your St. Patrick’s Day tablescapes☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️ St.Patrick’s is a very big deal in Savannah! It is one of my favorite holidays as it means the dreary days of winter are over and Spring is almost here☘️☘️☘️☘️☘️

  4. Thanks for chance to join in the party. Hope to visit several. My tablet acting up on your site right now.

  5. That is probably the best St. Patricks table I have seen lately! I love it all! Thanks to Gina for allowing you to share it with us. Thanks for hosting, Susan!

  6. Everything is absolutely gorgeous. Very well put together. Happy St. Pat’s Day!

  7. Gina’s table to honor St. Pat’s Day is really great. I specially love the dishes with the shamrocks and the tabletopper as well.
    Thank you for hosting.
    FABBY

  8. Mary Boger says:

    Glorious!! I’m so glad to be part Irish 🙂
    I especially like the pea pod s/p shakers.

  9. The flatware Gina used is so unique and I love the tiny shamrocks around the edge of the plates. Thanks for hosting and have a pleasant evening!

  10. Really cute! Love the placemats and leprechaun !!

  11. I’d. like to dine at Gina’s Irish table too. So pretty. And yes, that flatware is so unique. Never seen that pattern. Thank you, Gina and Susan, for sharing this

  12. Kathleen says:

    This is such a fun table…it actually made me smile. Being 20% Irish I can appreciate all the green. I saw those cute salt and pepper shakers on Amazon as an add on for only $3.99!! If I set a dinner table I would have ordered them…maybe I will go back and get them since they look so cute on this table. Thanks for sharing!

  13. Joyce Bowler says:

    I love it all! Especially as its my birthday on st Patrick’s day, lucky me, twice the excuse to go to town!!

  14. Gina really knows how to do St. Patrick’s Day!! Her flatware is really unique.
    Love the little leprechaun! Thanks for sharing her table.

  15. Wow! Now that’s a green table! What fun for St. Pat’s Day celebration. Love all her details.

  16. McJuanita in OH says:

    Thank you for sharing such a fun table. I LOVE everything that is on it. The silverware is stunning, I have never seen anything as interesting. My sister’s anniversary is on St. Patrick’s Day I think that would make a beautiful dinner setting for them. Thank you Sharon and Gina. Happy St. Patty’s Day!

  17. Gina, that is an irish-worthy tabelscape. The flatware adds the perfect finishing touch and I hope you use it often. Thanks for sharing.

  18. Cyndi Raines says:

    What a festive table! In the second picture I spy two sweet lamb candle holders under the floral centerpiece! I had to look twice as I just purchased the same set at an antique store 2 weeks ago. I wonder where she purchased hers? I love them.

  19. Great table by Gina! Susan, you NEED that flatware, lol.

  20. You’re always SO good at describing in detail that I just knew you’d have an explanation for the 3 coins (?) that are centered on the shamrock plate in the 1st photo – especially as they are conspicuously missing in the next photo. Farther down your post (in the photo with the stack of dessert plates) there’s a small dish loaded up with lots of coins – at least I’m assuming they’re coins. Are these gold-wrapped chocolates? Real gold coins? lol

    I’ll bet there’s a great story here. Would love to know what it is.

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