Hello, Friends! Today, I’m sharing a simple St. Patrick’s Day table setting with you. If you love to celebrate the Irish holiday, then you will appreciate this post. If not, you can definitely take away a few of these ideas for general spring decorating!
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I have an awesome bloggy friend, Meg, from Green with Decor, who invited me to be part of her Home with Decor: St. Patrick’s Day Home Tour again this year. Thanks, Meg! (Check out last year’s St. Patrick’s Day Mini Home Tour.) If you haven’t visited Meg’s blog, head over there right now to see her fun St. Patty’s Day decor, then you can continue through the rest of the home and decor tours at the bottom of this post.
Typically, I don’t decorate for holidays other than a little for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Not that I don’t like/want to, but there is usually so much stuff going on during the rest of the year to even think of it.
This St. Patrick’s Day table setting was really simple to pull together.
I love neutral decor and being able to switch things out makes adapting to change easy for me. I started by gathering several items which I already had on hand. White plates, clear glasses, a wooden box, and faux plants all helped this look come together.
I created a cute little printable for each place setting using an Irish proverb to go along with St. Patrick’s Day theme. (Download your own by clicking here.)
I also created these fun moss chargers by simply cutting out circles from a roll of moss purchased from the craft store.
The napkins are just pieces of drop cloth that I cut out in 10″ x 10″ squares. As for the silverware, I wasn’t sure where to place them. So, I decided to make a “Celtic Cross”. I’m sure my British grandmother is rolling over in her grave. Partially, because I did anything with Irish intent and also because #etiquette.
Traditionally, when people think of St. Patrick’s Day, visions of leprechauns, shamrocks and green beer come into their heads.
However, that is just not typically my style. So, I opted for the lesser known lucky horseshoe. When we moved into The County House, we inherited a bunch of super old horseshoes that I believe belonged to my great grandpa! I love adding such sentimental pieces into my decor.
This table was really fun to create and could definitely be used for multiple spring place settings by switching out a few of the decor pieces.
I’d love to know what you think of this simple St. Patrick’s Day table setting! Don’t forget to click the links below to see the other amazing tours from my friends!