A Festive St. Patrick’s Day Birthday Celebration & Delicious Irish Cooking

Welcome to the 599th Tablescape Thursday!

I have the loveliest St. Patrick’s Day table to share with you for this week’s Tablescape Thursday! Phyllis hosted an early St. Patrick’s Day luncheon and tea for her 92 years old aunt, her aunt’s two daughters and daughter-in-law. Since Phyllis’s aunt is Irish, she knew she would enjoy a St. Patrick’s Day theme for this momentous birthday celebration.

Phyllis found her wonderfully green tablecloth in Kohls. She said that it may still be in stock this year. I found one at Kohl’s that is similar here: Shamrock Tablecloth. I also found another cute one here: St. Patrick’s Day Table Cloth.

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting with Shamrock Plates, St. Patrick's Day Decorating

 

The cute shamrock placemats were a find in Dollar Tree this year. Phyllis found the adorable luncheon plates that look so much like Belleek in Christmas Tree Shoppe last year. Sooo pretty! The gorgeous green glassware was a find in a local antique shoppe.

The gold flatware is so pretty against the green of the tablecloth!

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting with Shamrock Plates

 

Phyllis found the cute cauldrons and chocolate coins in Party City. She said they may also be available in Dollar Tree, too.

Shamrock Plates, St. Patrick's Day Decorating

 

Phyllis said, “I don’t remember where I got the green hat planter, candle holders and shamrock napkin rings and napkins.  I’ve had them a long time.” I just love the planter, such a great centerpiece for a St. Paddy’s Day table! I see little leprechauns at the foot of each candle. 🙂

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting, Leprechaun Hat Planter Centerpiece

 

Phyllis found hr shamrock tea set in HomeGoods several years ago. It’s hallmarked Shannon by Godinger.

St. Patrick's Day Tea Set with Shamrocks

 

Phyllis prepared the most wonderful luncheon for this birthday celebration including Irish Soda Brad, Rueben Soup. Green Macaroni and Cheese and individual Shepherd’s Pies. Dessert was Pistachio Parfaits. Phyllis even served teas that fit with the Irish/St. Patrick’s Day theme.

Be sure and visit Phyllis’s blog, The Relevant Tea Leaf to see photos of all the wonderful dishes Phyllis prepared as well as the birthday girl who at the age of 92 is still bowling and beating everyone at it! I love that! I hope I’m still as fit at that age! #goals!

You’ll find Phyllis’s St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon/Tea post here: An Early St. Patrick’s Day Tea.

Thanks so much to Phyllis for letting me share this delightful St. Patrick’s Day birthday celebration for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting with Shamrock Plates, St. Patrick's Day Decorating

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks Susan and Phyllis for sharing such a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day table! Love the green cloth and all the pretties ☘️

  2. Franki Parde says

    Very nice!! Need to get my Irish on!! Have you died Carnations before…thinking green here…franki

  3. I’m so glad you featured Phyllis’ pretty table, I read her blog regularly and had enjoyed seeing it. I’m glad to know where she found some of those lovely things. And it looks like “Tablescape Thursday” is about to hit another big milestone post next week! Very exciting! I look forward to your Thursday posts, I’m so glad I found your blog.

  4. Wow, you’ve almost reached your 600th party!

  5. Selma Kessler says

    Susan, thank you so much for sharing this! Phyllis did a beautiful job, and I loved the photo of her Aunt kicking proverbial b*tt at bowling! It’s so fun to see families brought together through the lovely art of Tea. 🙂

  6. What a great table to share – thanks Susan! I’m definitely going to hop over to Phyllis’ blog and find out more about her tables, food, and aunt! Maybe pick up some bowling tips too! 🙂 Happy Thursday and have fun out there!

  7. Phyllis is a friend of mine, and I was so happy to see her lovely table highlighted in your post. I’ve been lucky enough to have a wonderful meal at that table. Phyllis is an extraordinary hostess!

  8. Green Mac and Cheese!!! Fun Table! Thanks so much for hosting.

  9. Philly’s St. Pats table is gorgeous ! I love the tablecloth specially.
    Thank you for sharing and for hosting this week dear Susan.
    Please keep safe.
    Fabby

  10. karen lyons says

    I love tablescape Thursday I wish I could find a way to enlarge the pictures

  11. Brenda Lawrence says

    What a fun tablescape! Sounds like Phyllis’ aunt is quite the gal and can get around well for her age. Her tablescape and food is amazing, what a fun time the ladies must have had! Thanks for sharing it Susan. Take care and stay healthy. Hugs, Brenda

  12. Thank you so much for hosting! This week I am excited to share my DIY dog leash holder, spring decor for the table, and the books I am reading this month! Hope you have a great week!

  13. Cyndi Raines says

    Thank you Susan for sharing Phyllis very festive St. Patrick’s Day table, it is lovely. I am also impressed with the love and honor bestowed upon her aunt and family, how very special. I visited her site and was thrilled that she is a Michigander like me! Lol. I sent her an email requesting that she share her Reuben soup with homemade rye croutons, but not sure that she received it but doesn’t it sound delish?! Happy St. Patrick’s day to all. ☘☘☘

  14. Thanks for posting this lovely St. Patrick’s Day table. My favorite thing is those green glasses.

  15. Kudos to you Susan. I love the way you have shared Phyllis very green filled St. Patrick’s Day tablescape. The great affection showered on her aunt was very impressive to see and made the whole occasion very special I see from your blog. This blog of yours also made me visit Phyllis page and I found some very interesting blogs there. Thank you.

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