Happy March everyone! Are you ready for spring? Well, since St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, I’ve started decorating with some green. Today, I’m sharing my simple St. Patrick’s Day table decor along with a group of talented bloggers for a St. Patrick’s Day Table Setting Blog Hop! Thank you to our host Debbee from Debbee’s Buzz for organizing the blog tour! Debbee always decorates such amazing table settings. I’m sure you will love her latest!
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Before we begin, I want to welcome those of you who are arriving from Celebrate and Decorate! I’m sure you enjoyed Chloe’s table. She always creates something special!
Let’s continue the tour with my St. Patrick’s Day table decor…
Welcome to my kitchen!
As always, I kept it simple with my table setting decor. Rather than shop for a bunch of new things, I challenged myself to create a table mostly with things I already owned.
Though, I did buy the daisies and the shamrock plant. I’ll try again to keep the plant alive…although the one I bought a few years ago didn’t make it very long. No surprise there with my black thumb!
Lately, I’ve been thinking about buying some colored glassware. Recently, I’ve seen some cute ones and I love the way they add a nice splash of color to a table. Then again, so do these S. Pellegrino bottles used as vases! Don’t you think they’re perfect for St. Patrick’s Day?!
Generally, I like to keep a subtle approach to holiday decorating. For St. Patrick’s Day, I used just some simple greens and whites…
And as a nod to the holiday, I created some super easy DIY napkin rings. To make them, I just cut up some cardboard paper towel rolls, wrapped a piece of wired burlap ribbon around them and drew a shamrock with a Sharpie. So easy! If you want some more DIY napkin ring ideas, be sure to check out – How to Make Easy DIY Napkin Rings.
Yes, you might have noticed that I have two napkins on each place setting. We’re messy eaters…just kidding. Actually, the white napkins are the “real” napkins and the green and white checked ones are just pieces of fabric rolled up. When I was decorating the table, I needed more color so I cut up some fabric I had laying around.
Like I said, I didn’t want to spend a lot to create my St. Patrick’s Day table decor!
With all this green and white, I’m really getting excited about spring!
Besides all the green and white, I threw in some texture for interest…a wicker basket for the plant, some twine on the bottles and my go-to seagrass placemats. In fact, I just wrote a blog post on 7 Ways to Set a Table with Natural Fiber Placemats.
Overall, between the white, green and natural elements, my table is ready for spring…and St. Patrick’s Day!
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Hopefully, these are some simple ideas you can use for St. Patrick’s Day table decor!
Once again, thank you to Debbee from Debbee’s Buzz for hosting. Also, please visit the rest of the participants on the blog hop from the list below.
If you’re following along in order, Design Morsels is next! I know you’re going to love Andrea’s beautiful St. Patrick’s Day table! 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
Will you be decorating your table for St. Patrick’s Day this year?
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