Wednesday, March 16, 2016

ST PATRICK'S DAY TABLESCAPE



Celebrating St Partrick's Day



I wanted to give a nod to Saint Patrick when setting a casual table for a breakfast tea and coffee for a neighbor get together. Using my white Laura Ashley table topper, green napkins and shamrock plants it's pretty much ready. Sorry, I don't have the food ready for photos. This evening I will be making my Irish scones to be heated tomorrow morning and I will serve with clotted cream and Irish Kerrygold butter, my favorite and of course Irish honey and jam and a fruit tray. Irish shortbread and oatmeal biscuits are ready made and really quite good. Coffee of course and I have Rose tea I discovered at the Fairmont Hotel while in Vancouver, BC last fall. I wold love if you could join me…...


I truly am of Irish heritage






 Reproduction antique cards for The French Hutch















Ralph Lauren Wedgwood "Claire"




The Mushroom, a gift from my sister. 





A cupid with shamrock I purchased in Dublin





I'm sure I'll have a visit from a Leprechaun! He will need a home



Shamrock plant goes into flower beds to bloom next year




Cuttings from a shamrock plant in my beds



Ralph Lauren "Megan"






 Anthropologie "Warm and Toasty" collection butter dish




Ralph Lauren "Meagan" cups and saucers





May and Irish Angel
Always watch over you




Antique card




Click on Tour Today ~ Ireland post
To visit Ireland and some of the photos below













I would love if you could visit and enjoy tea and scones with me. Thanks for your visit, hope you will leave a comment so I know you stopped by.

It's a Grand Day I'm Wishing for the Likes O' You!




Linking:

Cuisine Kathleen's St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl
Share Your Cup Thursday
Vintage Charm Party
Home and Garden Thursday
Simple and Sweet Fridays
Home Sweet Home
Feathered Nest Friday
Pink Saturday

35 comments:

  1. Hey Emily, Your Ireland pics are lovely. I'm drooling over the hanging flower baskets.
    Your breakfast table is so inviting. I would love to share some scones and coffee with you.
    I love your planter home for the wee visitors. Cute mushroom from your sister too.
    Enjoy your neighbors. They are in for a treat! Bonnie

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  2. Emily,
    Your St. Patrick's Day Tablescape is charming, dear one!
    However, I'm swooning over your beautiful Hutch!
    HaPpY St. PaTrIcK's DaY!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  3. So pretty Emily! I always enjoy seeing how you have your French hutch styled and I love the vintage St. Patrick's Day greetings. I didn't realize Oxalis was winter hardy, you're further south from me, I'll have to Google :) Thanks for the tour too, I would love to visit Ireland one day. Happy St. Paddy's Day! ♣

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  4. I'm in awe of your fantastic hutch! Your table is styled so cutely. Looks like you are ready for a nice St. Patrick's Day. That picture of the window at the castle is fantastic. How lucky that you have been to Ireland! Great photos of the local taverns. Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  5. Emily, your friends are going to be so impressed with your pretty table and the delicious offerings. Great job!
    The vintage St. Patrick's images are delightful.
    Thanks for taking us along to Ireland. I likely will never get there myself. '-)
    Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  6. What a pretty table to celebrate our Irish hertiage, Emily. Of course, I'd love to share a scone with you and we could talk about our trip to Ireland and all the places we visited.
    Happy St. Patrick's Day! ☘

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  7. Loving your St. Patrick's Day Tablescape. Your centerpiece is so charming. I love love that adorable mushroom. I enjoyed your beautiful photos as well. Happy St. Patrick's Day

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  8. Une table magnifique pour ce beau thème de St Patrick ! Bravo.
    Bonne journée, bisous.
    Lylou

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  9. Hi Emily! Oh, your table looks wonderful and I'm sure your guests are going to love it. The food sounds so yummy too. I'm just in love with your pretty hutch and you always have it set up so beautifully too. The Quimper ware is wonderful. Thanks for popping in to see me.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  10. Such a pretty table, Emily. That Leprechaun flower pot is so cute! The giant mushroom is perfect for St. Patrick's Day, and I love those floral napkin rings. I'd love to be at this neighbor party. Gorgeous pictures of Ireland. Happy St Patrick's Day!

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  11. Oh Emily what a fun and perfect way to celebrate St. Pat's! Your table and hutch look lovely decked out in Irish flair for the celebration! The vintage cards and rhymes are wonderful, and your beautiful white china looks gorgeous. Scones and clotted cream and butter have my stomach rumbling in hunger! You are lucky to have traveled to so many places, thank you for sharing your fab photos and trips. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
    Jenna

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  12. What a delightful post, Emily. Your table is tempting - please count me in....I am certainly more than a little Irish on my grandmother's side and I have green eyes.
    Every touch is lovely on the table, from the sweet mushroom to the cupid with a shamrock. Your menu sounds perfect. Enjoy!

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  13. Your table looks perfect Emily and I also like the outdoor photos. Ireland is a beautiful place and one of those bucket spots that everyone should see;) Scones sound so good right now. We will be going out this evening and so I won't be making a tradition feast. Enjoy your dinner and day!

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  14. Your table is beautiful and the pictures of Dublin make me want to go there right now. The hanging baskets are just beautiful. Thank you so very much for sharing.

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  15. My heart is all a-flutter with your gorgeous Ralph Lauren pieces! I love the mushroom, too...I can just imagine a mischievous little leprechaun sitting there! Beautiful pictures of Ireland, too, thank you for sharing them!

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  16. What a fabulous table! I am enjoying all the details of your setting and the wonderful cards! It is St. Patrick's Day come to life!

    I hope your day is just as spectacular as your table!

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  17. Your table is so welcoming. The scenes of Ireland and the music are very special. Thank you so much.

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  18. I love all the green! The Ralph Lauren dishes are classic and can be used in so many ways, which I'm sure you do! Happy St. Patrick's Day to you!

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  19. Great job! I am not Irish, but even I want to celebrate! Love all the photos!
    Gloria

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  20. What a nice way to get Saint Patrick Day celebration started, breakfast with neighbors. Beautiful table, Emily. I have never been able to keep a shamrock plant alive, yours is so pretty. Your post is filled with so much green...it's all eye candy for me.
    Happy SPD♣

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  21. What lovely photos you shared and I love your dishes.

    Thanks for sharing at SYC.

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  22. Pretty and festive setting! Love the photos of the flowers in Ireland, as well as the photos of bridges in prior post. you have certainly traveled to beautiful places!

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  23. Such a sweet table to celebrate SPD with your neighbors! Your shamrocks are so healthy! Thanks so much for taking part and the pics of Ireland are lovely! I hope to get there someday. My sister goes every year as her dh was born there. Maybe I can sneak in with her! :)

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  24. Beautiful table for St Patty's Day with your RL China. Each pattern is so intricate and look stunning on your table. Your black hutch and decor pieces are very striking. Great pics for your post. Now it's time to think about Easter decor and planning. For me, it means finding boxes marked Easter still not unpacked from our move.

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  25. I love your post dear friend. Your trip to Ireland sounds awesome!
    I love your RL china, just gorgeous! Every detail and element is perfect for your St. Patty's celeb.
    Thanks for dropping by.
    Hugs,
    FABBY

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  26. Oh my, your scones sound simply delicious! I love them, but rarely make them. Everything looks wonderful for St. Patty's. I especially love that mushroom! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  27. Such a pretty table. I hope you had a lovely day.
    Amalia
    xo

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  28. Hi Emily, Yes, I would love to sit here and have a delicious scone and cup of tea and talk about Ireland and all the goodies on your table. The RL china is gorgeous!! And I could imagine living in that little leprechaun house and coming out to sit under the amazing mushroom. I miss Laura Ashley stores! I always found treasures there! I never would have thought to add the Anthro butter dish to this setting but I LOVE the way it pops like a small bright blossom in a meadow. Hope your St. P Day was happy. I think we need a blogger trip to Ireland. Linda

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  29. What a lovely post for St. Pat's Day!! Thanks so much for dropping by!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  30. Your St. Patrick's Day table is awesome! I'm Irish and I never do anything that elaborate lol Also appreciate the pictures of the Emerald Isle:) Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm! Hope to see you there again this Thursday! xo Kathleen

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  31. Your Tablescape was wonderful and the Wedgwood dishes are amazing.

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  32. That looks beautiful Emily! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!

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  33. What a lovely collection of dishes! I also loved the pictures of Ireland, what a beautiful place! :)

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