I used to dread St. Patrick’s Day, but this year I’m ready for it. When I owned a B&B in Uptown Dallas it was in a neighborhood with lots of bars and restaurants. It was a fun neighborhood to walk to everything, but St. Patrick’s Day was crazy because the drinking starts early. There’s a parade at 10 am and the party continues until evening.
This year I’m taking part in a St. Patrick’s Day table hop hosted by Debbee’s Buzz. Be sure to visit her site if you want to learn how to fold a napkin into a 4 leaf clover and get many more ideas. Be sure to visit all of the other tables below.
St. Patrick’s Day Table Place Settings
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I’ve seen so many cute tables with those grass table runners so I decided to get one this year. Warning before you buy one of these – they are very messy! It’s cute as a st patricks day table runner, but not sure it’s a keeper. Definitely won’t be using this often, it leaves grass all over the floor.
After the winter we had I’m so ready for Spring. I decided to use a table setting with pink salad plates on top of white dinner plates. I borrowed my mom’s silver goblets. I found similar ones on ETSY. You can literally find anything on ETSY.
I ordered some cotton green napkins from Amazon. I love the softness and thickness of these 100% cotton napkins. A great way to bring some spring to the dining room table is to add faux plants or dried herbs. I added sprigs of rosemary and green ribbon as a napkin ring to add a st. paddy’s day flare to my table decorations.
For the centerpiece of my saint patrick’s day tablescape, I used some gnomes. We have a lot of garden gnomes because we used to carry a full line of gnomes (including an Elvis gnome) in our gardening store. These two are small enough for the middle of the table. Is it bad luck to take them out of the garden? A lot of our landscaping is already dead due to the 100-year freeze so I guess I’m safe.
If you try to find garden gnomes today the chances are that you will find a bunch of pretty tacky ones. I guess gnomes are having a moment, but I’m not a fan of these modern gnomes.
Here are a few other st. patrick’s day decorations you can add to your dining table. You can find plenty of decor for your st. patrick’s day tables at your local craft store, hobby lobby, party city, or dollar tree.
- Pots of gold filled with white flowers.
- Small shamrock wreaths or a shamrock garland
- Leprechaun hats.
- Mason jars filled with chocolate coins.
Now it’s time to see the rest of the Saint Patrick’s Day tables. Enjoy!
- Debbees Buzz ☘ Vintage Dishes & Lucky Clover Fold Napkins
- Home is Where the Boat Is☘ Loads of Shamrocks St. Patrick’s Day Table
- Panoply ☘ An Unpretentious St. Patrick’s Day
- My Hubbard Home ☘ Putting on the Green & Yellow
- Life and Linda ☘ Keeper of the Traveling Shamrock Cloth
- Corner of Plaid and Paisley ☘ Reprise of Ewe & McGreggor St. Patrick’s Day Table
- Me and My Captain ☘ Not Lucky, Just Very Blessed
- Red Cottage Chronicles ☘ Channeling My Inner Irish
- Celebrate and Decorate ☘ St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon Tablescape
- Calypso in the Country ☘ St. Patrick’s Day Table Decor
- Design Morsels ☘ St. Patrick’s Day Table
- The Painted Apron ☘ Celebrating the Green Table
- Hyacinth for the Soul ☘ Lucky in Life ~ Celebrating Green Table
- Zucchini Sisters ☘ Green & Orange St. Patrick’s Day Table