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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

St. Patrick's Day Tablescape


Another St. Patrick's Day is sneaking up on us! I am sure you have seen all the dishes in this post many times...but they are the best green I own! I think the only thing new is the tabletopper.










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Happy St. Paddie's Day!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love all the greens, and as always, my favorite is the green stemware. (The edibles look pretty good, too.) Sure you don't have a little Irish in you?
LY,
Delma

Anonymous said...

My mouth is watering for a cookie and cupcake. Every St. Patrick's day I always brag about my Irish background. My g-grandmother was born on County Kerry Dingle Bay Island in Ireland and came to America, married my g-grandfather and had my grandmother who had 9 children which includes my mother and her twin. My mother is still in rehab for her fractured shoulder and broken hip she got in a bad fall and is progressing well. She keeps telling us all she is 62 and I told her that was good making her younger than her kids! She is actually 92.




Rue said...

Absolutely darling, Marigene! I love all the green and wish I could jump through the screen to get to those cookies and cupcakes ;)

xo,
rue

Anonymous said...

As always, very nice!

Parsimonious Perfection said...

I love the topper, Marigene! Absolutely adorable setting.

FABBY'S LIVING said...


What a beautiful green tablescape for honoring St. Pat's !

FABBY

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Love your table Marigene, especially your collection of majolica. Happy St. Paddy's Day!

Sarah said...

Happy St. Pat's! I'm enjoying yours and others this year. I need to rescue my cabbage leaf dishes from storage. '-)
Beautiful table as always.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I do love your amazing collection of Bordallo Pinheiro! I need to get my green and pink dishes out! Hugs!

Lulu said...

It looks like you are all ready for St. Patrick's day. It's a fun table you have going and there should be no pinching with all the green to protect you!

Pattie Tierney said...

Perfect! I love that tablecloth (one of these days you need to show us your tablecloth storage), and those cabbage plates, and the chargers that seem to go with everything. Of course, now I want a cookie with thick icing. Those look so good!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

I do so look forward to your posts - your tables are always simply divine. Everything is so pretty and bright - just adore the glasses and I would like a cupcake or two please. Actually our two daughters are coming over on Sunday and we are going to practice decorating cupcakes for our easter dinner. I got some new Russian frosting tips - much more complicated than the ones I already have and our youngest daughter is a pro at decorating so she is going to give us lessons - what a blast we will have - and cupcakes to eat at the end.

Your glasses are about the prettiest I've ever seen - and you know how I adore your cabbage dishes. Happy St. Patrick's Day my friend.

Dianne said...

Not only are those dishes, the best green, they are just the best dishes, period! I always love to see what you do with them. Perfect capture of the holiday. Great job. Dianne

La Petite Gallery said...

Great post and may the wind always be at your back
yvonne