Sunday, March 9, 2014

Tip your hat to St. Paddy's Day

The Luck Of The Irish To You
The table is set to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
I hope you will come to the party!
 On the right side of the centerpiece is a large green candle holder with a white candle with green split peas as support. The green bowler is tipped for St. Paddy's Day and sports a shamrock flask. A bouquet of green and white is displayed in a green stein.
 The green bowler is decorated with a celadon shamrock as is the green shamrock on the flask.
 The left side of the centerpiece has a tipped bowler, too. This time the flask accompanying it has a green mustache.
 In the background of the table. a banner spells out "Happy St. Patrick's Day"!

The coffee pot is situated on a square clear cake stand bedecked with the green "IRISH" sign.
 You can ask us to pass the creamer
 or the sugar to take your coffee as you wish!
 The Irish flowers are green and white carnations with the addition of a few white jonquils
and with the sparkling top hats to continue the theme of hats.

Each setting begins with the green felt hat place mat.
 As a simple white dinner plate by 10 Strawberry Street begins the layers.
 The next plate is by Hutschenreuther with the pattern name of Weinlaub which translates "vine leaves" as the mark displays.

The lovely green vine decorates the scalloped rim of the salad plate. I was shopping a cute store and there appeared this porcelain china by Hutschenreuther. How happy I was to find the coffee set containing a coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl, six cups, six saucers, and salads.
 A green soup bowl will contain our green split pea soup.
This wonderful bowl is really the shape of the green Irish top hat with a shamrock and gold buckle by Clay Art.

Green flatware by Orfevres of Argent graces the setting with a tea towel of scattered green shamrocks as a napkin. The napkin ring is a green arm band with a shamrock saying Irish for the Day. Are you Irish or part Irish? It really doesn't matter you can be Irish by just wearing the arm band.
 The green glass goblet is the pattern buttons & bows. Each place setting has a different individual flask and this one wishes "Luck of the Irish".
 You may wish a cup of coffee from the pretty coffee pot or tea from sweet tea pot.
 Your place of honor is at the end of the table, so please take a seat.
 The cute sayings on each individual flask
is what signals a greeting of "I' shamrock ST. PADDY'S DAY"!

Have a wonderful time on March 17th!

I will be posting this on
the following tea blogs;
Rose Chintz Cottage,
Artful Affirmations,
Martha's Favorites
Bernideen's Tea Time,
along with
the blogs of;
Cuisine Kathleen,
 A Stroll thru Life,
A Delightsome Life,
Between Naps On The Porch,
The Tablescaper
are some of my favorites and
I will also post on them this week!



Liz said...

There's certainly no mistaking what you are celebrating with your table décor!
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

Ruth Weston said...

What a perfect setting for St Patrick's Day. Wonderful! And how fun about your new Asiatic Pheasant dishes...will look forward to seeing them shared! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Wow! What a wonderful St. Patrick's Day tablescape! My hubby would love it as he's half Irish and very proud of it! Love those bowls in the shape of hats and everything is a delight. Thank you for sharing and joining me for tea.


kitty said...

Oh Pam,
What a table! I would've been jumping for joy to find the vine-patterned dishes. Aren't they perfect for so many occasions and certainly fitting for St. Paddy's Day?!! You have thought of everything to accessorize your festive table. I love it! xo

Snap said...

Wonderful, fun tablescape for St. Patrick's Day. I love split pea soup ... but have never used my peas with a candle ... I must remember! :D Happy Tea Day~

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

So detailed! The china is gorgeous! It looks like so much fun! Amazing.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

An awesome St. Patrick's day celebration table, it would be fun to join you for a traditional Irish meal.

Clara / Rosewalk Cottage said...

Your Saint Patrick's day tablescape is just beautiful and your vine covered dishes are just perfect for the occasion. Thank you for sharing.

Beth Laverty said...

What a wonderful St. Patricks Day Tea. You put a LOT of thought into all the decor. It looks terrific.

Martha's Favorites said...

What a great table! Love the hats. Looks like you are ready to party. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

xinex said...

What a beautiful and festive St. Patrick's table! Love the hats and flasks and everything else...Christine

KathyB. said...

This is a cheerful and bright shout out to the day we all love to think 'Irish' ! The vine dishes are lovely.

Winnie said...

What a wonderful St. Paddy's Day table setting! Love all the pieces, and the place mats are too adorable. I love the tea pot! Have fun!!

Pamela Gordon said...

I love your shamrock china and especially that beautiful tea pot. You certainly went all out for St. Paddy's Day. Have fun. Thanks for visiting and your kind comment. Pamela

The Charm of Home said...

Your china is perfect for your festive table. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Wow. This is spectacular. So festive and perfect for St. Patrick's Day. Great table.


Two Cottages And Tea said...

What a beautiful St. Patrick's day table! It is all so festive and a fun way to celebrate the day! Thanks for sharing with us!

Karen said...

Hi There,
What a perfect St. Patrick's Day display. I think I see some teacher-like decorations. I have put all of mine in my basement to save for my daughter and her boyfriend who plan to teach as well. It's a little more relaxing to decorate the table than the classroom. Thank you for visiting me and leaving such kind words. Happy St. Patrick's Day! Karen

Bernideen said...

Your table is simply incredible - what lovely green things! I think you did an outstanding job of setting this and displaying everything!

Diane said...

Love everything, especially the bowls and the great banner. Wonderful job - Happy St. Patrick's Day!!

Rosie M. said...

You've done a great job on this table! I love your attention to all the details: there's just so much to see! Beautifully done. (Your Irish hat bowls are adorable!) Happy St. Patrick's Day!! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

Betty Marie's said...

A very detailed and beautiful table!
So glad I got to see this.

Laurie Ritchey said...

I love your hat theme. Those bowlers are great, and those bowls that look like hats are so cute. What a fun way to use the flasks. You created elegance and fun all on the same table. laurie

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

You sure have some cute things for your St. Patrick's Day table! Love the bowler hats tipped on the flasks! What a great idea! Lots of nice accents and the ivy dishes are perfect! Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Barbara F. said...

Wow, love the hats and the flasks! Love the whole table! xo

Entertaining Women said...

I'm definitely Irish....Potato Famine Irish! I love your table, and I can imagine how much fun you all will have as you celebrate St. Patrick's Day. I adore the idea of the flasks! Thanks for inviting us for a peek, and Happy St. Pat's Day! Cherry Kay

Babs R said...

What a pretty St. Patrick's Day table! I can tell you loved decorating it for St. Patrick's Day. Visiting from Cuisine Kathleen.

Ann Krucek said...

I like your little top hat bowls! You have a lot of cute St. Patty's day accents. Have a wonderful St. Patrick's day!

Veronica Roth said...

That's a lovely St Patrick's Day table and I love that you decorated your whole dining room. Bet you'll have a wonderful party there. :)

Sarah said...

Fun and festive with all that gorgeous emerald green.
Happy St. Pat's Day!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful and elegant table! The placemats are so cute!

Tricia said...

Wow, this table is amazing! You really included lots of wonderful details, and the final result really says, "Let's get this party started!"

Bonnie said...

Wow, you have gone all out for this celebration. I haven't seen the darling Irish hat bowls before. They are too cute!

Have a great St. Patrick's Day. You are ready to entertain in style!

Sweetladyelaine said...

A great table with lots of pizzazz! I am Italian and have never celebrate St. Paddy's Day! My mom use to make corn beef & cabbage when I was young. Mr. Sweetladyelaine doesn't like it. I don't like beer either! Oh my, I'm not a party pooper! I love wine and everything Italian! Hope you have a wonderful evening with your very festive table!
Blessings My Friend,

Marigene said...

Wow, what a festive table! So many green things to admire...those soup bowls are adorable. I ♥ the emerald green stemware.
Just for the record, there is no Irish in my ancestry, only French!

Marigene said...

Wow, what a festive table! So many green things to admire...those soup bowls are adorable. I ♥ the emerald green stemware.
Just for the record, there is no Irish in my ancestry, only French!

Mona said...

This table is just beautiful. The color of those hats is stunning. I love green anyway and you put this together so well..Everything on your table says St Patrick's Day..

Martha said...

A pretty St. Pat's table! Lovely and clever!

Lulu said...

You do have what it takes to make a special St. Patty's table. Such fun you must have had putting it all together.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

A very festive table filled with so many charming tributes to the Irish!

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Pat Cantwell said...

I think you've covered every necessity with this ADORABLE Saint Patrick's Day Tablescape, dear one!!!
The cutest place mats I've ever seen!!! Thanks for your sweet comment and recent visit!

Kathleen said...

what a festive table! Looks like a party is brewing!
I love those clay art bowls, are they recent? Perfect for this Irish gal!
Thanks so much for taking part in the 6th annual St. Pat's Bog Crawl! Slainte'!

bj said...

I am so impressed with all your lovely GREEN...a beautiful table....
I love it all...:) bj

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Oh, how I have loved stopping by and viewing your gorgeous table for St. Patrick's Day! Love all of the fun pieces and how you have created the tablescape! So happy you have entered my "find the shamrock" giveaway! :)

Kindly, Lorraine

my cup of tea said...

Such a pretty setting! Very festive!

Cindy said...

Fantastic, you did a great job decorating. I am amazed and would love to come to the party. Love the top hat bowls and pattern on your serving set. I should have messaged you a Happy SP Day long before now, however this mail message was caught up in my downloads - so so glad to have found it. Happy days are green ones