Thursday, March 5, 2009

Creating a Tablescape for St. Patrick's Day

I didn't know much about what St. Patrick's Day was for so I did some research. If you would like to know for here.
I have NEVER decorated for St. Patrick's Day, but I'm all about creating memories for my family so I was thinking about doing a fun tablescape & fun menu for St Patrick's Day this year.
I was searching the net and came across some great items from
Lillian Vernon.

This is only $2.98 Irish Coffee anyone?? Put some green food coloring in the whipped cream for St. Patty's day! Set of 4 is $29.98 (personlized with 1 initial)

How about these adorable shamrock plates & coffee or hot toddy mugs? Set of 4 $12.98

Shamrock tablerunner or some shamrock placemats/napkins (I would use one or the other, but not both)

This Shamrock Platter is adorable for only $8.98
(this would be nice to take with some shamrock cookies all wrapped in celophane to a neighbor or as a hostess gift)
I'm sure you all have a glass candle holder or glass vase, so just pick up a green candle and you can buy some glass clover scatters for $7.98

If Irish Coffee isn't your about some personalized Pilsner glasses. Set of 4 $14.98

Happy Tablescaping!



Melissa Miller said...

Very cute things you found.
Love that neat shaped hurricane. ;)

Linda said...

Cute things, and yes I am a wee bit Irish!
You have a lovely looking family, blessings.
Linda Q

Teacup Mosaics said...

Oh thanks for the early St. Pattys day fun.

Linda/ "Mom..." said...

*** What cute n' fun items you found! (I'm married to a part-Irishman too, so I "do a bit o' the Irish", so to speak, on the 17th!)~~~ You are such a beautiful family~~~ looks like you are truly blessed! Warmly, Linda

Pinky said...

I just LOOOVE all this...and WHAT bargains! Thanks so much for sharing all you found! My deceased Mom used to LOOOVE St. Patrick's day, she was 100% Irish, through and through. I am now on the lookout for shamrock go with some green dishes I already have! Hugs, Pinky

tardevil said...

Love the dishes & runner. Even the monogramed mugs are cool. Michael's has those shamrock filler things - I bought some! :O)

Janice said...

I also never decorate for St. Patrick's Day. I guess I don't really celebrate it so it doesn't mean much to me. It would be fun to have a green meal for the family. Thanks for getting my mind flowing for ideas.

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Fun St Pat's table!

Susan said...

cut items for st patricks day table!

Kathleen said...

You found some lovely things! Please come over to my blog..I started the party on Mar 1st, and it will end on the 17th..lots of Irish treasures...:)
I posted a soda bread recipe too..

Mama said...

Love all your Irishness, the platter is adorable and the Candle holder with the clover scatters, great ideas and inspiration for St Pat's day. Kathy.

Anonymous said...

Hi Darlene,
Such cute things you found, being Irish I do put out a few things, plus living in the NE it adds a little something something to an otherwise UGLY time of for the month of Feb we are all red/Valentines and then for March we are all green, then April it's Easter Mum always did this so I guess I am just following suit. Just little touches kitchen towels, flag, front door decoration oh and always a cool mat, right now I have an Irish hat as our doormat.

"May your home always be too small to hold all your friends" one of my fave Irish blessings...

All the best,
Kathy :)

ann said...

How very sweet of you to go to so much trouble.Everythin you found id precious...Ann

Kendall @ designbykendall said...

I really love all these pictures thanks for pulling these ideas together!


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