Last year my St. Patty’s Day Table Decorations were all green and white so this year I decided to jazz it up a with a touch of pink.
I’ve always loved pink and green together and saw this as a perfect opportunity to use the colors together on this years St. Patty’s Day Table Setting.
St. Patty’s Day
Did you know there’s a controversy about whether it’s St. Patty’s Day or St. Paddy’s Day? In one survey, 49% of Americans refer to it as St. Patty’s Day! You can see more about the debate in this article.
Since the official name is spelled Patrick, with a t, I decided to err on the side of caution and call it Patty’s!
What do you call it? Regardless, it a fun day to celebrate! Am I right?
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St. Patty’s Day Table Decorations Centerpiece
This year, I wanted to add a touch of pink to my St. Patty’s Day table decorations, so I began with some soft touch pink tulips. Don’t they look real?
The centerpiece consists of a mirrored tray filled with vintage green bottles, brass candle sticks, tulips and moss balls. By the way, these are some that I refreshed with this technique.
The Place Setting
First, I added the DIY Shamrock Placemats I made for last year’s table.
The dishes consist of all thrifted dinnerware, beginning with a white ironstone dinner plate, a Desert Rose salad plate, and a green depression ware dessert plate.
For the glassware, I used thrifted wine glass and green water goblets. St. Patty’s Day Table Decorations wouldn’t be complete without a lot green but I did want a softer look this year.
In addition, I added gold cutlery, which works well with gold coins hanging from the light fixture.
I love decorating the light fixture seasonally, and this year, lucky gold coins with a little greenery felt like the perfect touch.
A Touch of Pink for St. Patty’s Day Table Decorations
The tulips are spread all around the table, and adding a pink tulip tied to each napkin helps to create a romantic touch to the table.
The combination of the pink tulips and the pink flowers on the vintage dishes also helps to soften the harsher greens on the St. Paddy’s Day Table Decorations.
St. Patty’s Day Decorations
In addition to the tableware, I received a gift package from Joann Stores to help decorate the porch for St. Patty’s Day.
Here, you can see a couple of St. Patrick’s Day signs, the cutest St. Patty’s Day gnome, and the shamrock pillow. These additional touches work well with the St. Patty’s Day Table Decorations.
There was even a cute St. Patty’s Day doggy towel included, which made Rudy feel right at home. Joann Stores has the cutest seasonal decor as well as anything you need for crafting.
I hope you enjoyed a touch of pink on the St. Patty’s Day Table Decoration Idea. It’s a slightly different idea, but I hope it works for you.
If you missed my more traditional St. Patrick’s Day Table Setting from last year, be sure to check last year’s green and white table here. It’s actually one of my all-time favorite supper club tables.
The table is ready, so let’s bring on the St. Patty’s Day Celebration!
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