It’s time for our second Tablescape in our new Series – Virtual Supper Club.
This month, I am sharing an Easy St. Patrick’s Day Tablescape using a mix of thrifted dishes & vases, DIY Shamrock Placemats & a DIY Table Riser to create a fun farmhouse style table.
It’s always fun to see everyone’s interpretation of the monthly theme. You will not want to miss all the other tables I’m sharing at the end of this post.
If you are joining me from Jen at Mid West Life and Style, thanks so much for stopping by.
Easy St. Parick’s Day Tablescape Inspiration
First, I decided to create a simple green and white table setting after making these DIY Shamrock placemats. In addition, I had recently found two matching vintage green vases. The table really came together when I found these gorgeous white roses and fun greenery at Trader Joe’s.
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The tiny little green vase was a perfect addition to the two larger vases. It was just the right size to hold a few of the broken rose stems.
The trio of green vases and Trader Joe Stems create a fun centerpiece.
St. Patrick’s Day Place Setting
A stack of thrifted dishes look perfect on the DIY Moss Shamrock Placemat.
Dollar Tree Gold Coins were hot glued to jute string to create a cute and inexpensive napkin ring.
A few coins were saved to scatter on the table riser for a festive feel.
The Table Riser
Keeping with the green and white theme, the green goblets work well with the thrifted wine glasses. In addition, the depression ware green dessert dishes were a Valentines day excursion Flea Market Find. Happy Valentines Day to me. LOL
Grace upon grace, which is my original cow painting keeps watch over this St. Patrick’s Day Table.
Grace prints are available here.
In addition to traditional dining chairs, the seating for this dinner, consists of two benches. The chippy church pew has graced the table for over 25 years.
If you like to entertain, you will enjoy How to Set a Brunch Table also.
Most everything on the table is thrifted from flea markets, consignment shops and donation thrift stores. See more about Where to Shop for Vintage & Thrifted items here.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Next you’ll want to hop over and see Anne & Ann Marie from Simply 2 Mom’s