Tablescaping Inspiration for Your St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

Welcome to the 649th Tablescape Thursday, a blog party sharing beautiful table settings for all occasions!

St. Patrick’s Day is less than two weeks away! For this week’s Tablescape Thursday, I’m sharing a few of the festive tables I’ve put together in the past for this very green holiday. Hope they provide inspiration for any St. Patty’s celebrations you have planned this year.

11 St. Patrick's Day Tables, Through the Years

 

☘ Click any title to view that tablescape in detail. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! ☘

St. Patrick’s Day, 2009

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting with Daffodils

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2010

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting Ideas

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2012

Dinner on the Porch for St. Patrick's Day

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2013

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting with Shamrock Cookie Tree Centerpiece

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2013

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting Tablescape

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2014

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2014

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2015

St. Patrick's Day Tablescape Table Setting

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2016

St. Patrick's Day Table with Leprechaun and Garland Centerpiece Decorations

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2017

Screened Porch Dining and Entertaining

 

St. Patrick’s Day, 2018

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting, Belleek Vase, Kylemore Honey Pot

 

Below you’ll find 2 lovely tables from BNOTP Readers:

Agnes’s St. Patrick’s Day Table, 2019

Cabbage Leaf Placemats for a St. Patrick's Day Table Setting

 

Phyllis’ St. Patrick’s Day Table, 2020

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting with Shamrock Plates

 

Looking forward to sharing a new St. Patrick’s Day table with you next week for Tablescape Thursday!

♣ Happy St. Patrick’s Day! ♣

11 St. Patrick's Day Tables, Through the Years

 

Looking forward to all the wonderful table settings linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

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Comments

  1. I love roundup posts that gather like inspiration! One of my favorites here are some of your earliest, Susan. I love the daffs and tea service in 2009 and your porch setting in 2012 with the way the sunlight dances on the table elements. Very pretty. I came into some dishes that begged for a St Patrick’s Day table. I wasn’t going to keep the dishes…..famous last words of a dishaholic. 😉

    • Thanks so much, Rita! lol I know, who can pass up pretty dishes! Not this girl! Happy spring, Rita! Hope you are seeing some sunny days!

  2. catherine says

    Very nice tablescapes

  3. Brenda Lawrence says

    All the St. Patty’s table settings are just gorgeous! Hugs, Brenda

  4. Franki Parde says

    Oh, lucky ( and organized!) you…luv all…BUT…have I seen the gorgeous hanging light…2017…beautiful!! TODAY…LUCKY…sunshine & cacophony of birds singing…so ready…franki

  5. Love your leprechaun! Thank you Susan!

    • Thanks, Jenna! I have to resist putting him in the center of every St. Patty’s table. lol I love using him for those.
      Happy Spring!

  6. All your St. Patrick’s Day tables are gorgeous! Hopefully the weather is feeling like spring where you live. Thanks for hosting each week!
    Shelley

    • It is! I’m relishing it right now, hoping we don’t get a surprise winter storm. That’s been known to happen some years. I shouldn’t even mention it…might jinx us! lol Hope it’s beautiful in your area!

  7. Such beautiful tables, Susan! Great to see the tables from Phyllis and Agnes too – SO much lovely inspiration (especially bunnies and daffodils!) 😉 Thanks, as always!

    • Thanks so much, Barbara! Happy Spring to you…it’s almost here! Feels like spring today here in GA. Hope you’re seeing lots of sunshine!

  8. I’m surprised at how varying the styles for such a specific motif. Love a green-centric holiday for spring!

    • It’s getting tricky coming up with brand new ideas every year. lol I love a challenge, though! 🙂
      Happy almost spring, Mia!

      • linda Burwell says

        Love all of the beautiful tables! The daffodils are my very favorite flower! I wish l had the room to grow them so for now my local Trader Joes does a pretty good job of supplying them. Happy Spring Susan!

  9. Teresa M. says

    Wonderful combo of your years of the St. Patty’s tablescapes. Isn’t it super to look back and be so grateful? Your posts make me smile.
    That 2009 one looks similar to Belleek china. Those cups, sugar and creamer are beautiful like the pieces we saw being made on the Ireland castle trip.
    In the 2020 it appears to come Full circle because isn’t that real Belleek in your friends tablescape?
    Do you remember to wear green on St Patricks?

  10. Thanks for sharing with us. Thanks to you, we can go china and glass shopping each week. Love the leprechaun. Sometimes we are afraid to buy the one big show piece that we will use year after year. After all, where are we going to keep it ?

  11. Susan, it’s fun to look back on your fun tablescapes, and I look forward to next week’s new look. I had fun setting a St. Pat’s table this week, and may change it up for a new look next week. Always fun to play with dishes!

  12. Beautiful set up. I love the Summer Breeze sign. I wonder what amazing Irish food could be served.

  13. Cyndi Raines says

    Thanks Susan. Enjoyed them all. Green and white, so refreshing and spring looking. Your little leprechaun is just too cute. I have been on the hunt for one, but nothing yet, but I’ll keep looking.

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